Here’s more info on the conference. Thanks to Jon Payne for the photos.
In April 2010, Sebastian Heck conducted the first worship service of a new Reformed congregation in the city of Heidelberg. A German native, the pastor trained for the ministry at a non-denominational seminary in Germany before pursuing doctoral studies in the United . . . Continue reading →
The Reformation is closely identified with what we think of as Germany. The Lutheran Reformation certain originated there and the Reformed Reformation had strong roots there too. Heidelberg was one of the great centers of Reformation theology in the late 16th century. . . . Continue reading →
Sebastian writes: “Greetings in the name of Our Lord and Savior! I am full of joy when I remember you, our brothers and sisters, dear congregations, who faithfully pray for us and support us financially! Knowing of your support and being reassured . . . Continue reading →
“The boys are back in town, the boys are back in town!” (with apologies to Thin Lizzy) Confessional Reformed theology is back in one of its cradles and they’ve held a conference to celebrate its return. Click on the banner for the . . . Continue reading →
Related Resources: Check out this interview with Sebastian and Will Traub about the work in Germany.
Sebastian Heck writes, We were able, in God’s providence, to hold the first stated worship service in Heidelberg, Germany – the first Reformed presence and worship service there in roughly 150 years! About 45 people showed for worship at 9 am. For . . . Continue reading →
If you are a regular reader of the HB you know that, of the many mission projects mentioned here, one that should be close to the heart of the Heidelblog is a project to plant a truly evangelical (in the historic sense . . . Continue reading →
Reformation2Germany is attempting to bring confessional Reformed Christianity back to one of its original seedbeds (lit. seminaries), Heidelberg. To that end they’re holding a series of conferences beginning in 2010. Speakers include Carl Trueman and Derek Thomas. Info here.
The White Horse Inn folks interviewed Sebastian yesterday.
Sebastian Heck is working toward planting an authentic, confessional Reformed congregation in Heidelberg but he needs your help. It’s coming down to “crunch time” as they say. I’m sure that there are readers of the HB who either can help directly or . . . Continue reading →
It was a joy to meet Sebastian Heck in Geneva and to hear firsthand a bit about how the work is going. They have a small core group, a church order, and offices in which to work but they’re searching for a . . . Continue reading →