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A family church in the city of Rotterdam

Rotterdam is the second largest city of the Netherlands and is known as " the gateway of Europe".
The city consists of a bubbling energetic multicultural crowd from around the world.
Rotterdam City Church began in Kralingen Crooswijk in Rotterdam the Netherlands in 2009 as prayer group with 5 people.
At that time there was no church nor church format, only 5 people with a burning desire to see a revival break out in the nation.A city which already has a vast number of churches of different flavors and colors yet has left the city with very little Christian positions of influence as it has been flooded with Mosques and secular humanism penetrating the church.
As the group grew, intercession remained the main focus, as they met weekly in the sports complex “Het Schuttersveld” in Kralingen Crooswijk.
Meetings shifted to becoming more family oriented as families came and as the Lord restored family units, preaching became more directed to life issues.By the beginning of 2011 the Church relocated to another complex called “ Oostervant” in Delfshaven, Rotterdam to accommodate the growth. Although it is a predominately Muslim area, it did not withhold us form reaching out to Muslims in the area.By September 2012 the Church, which had then grown into a small congregation, relocated again to “De Bron” which is close to CBD of Rotterdam.

As over the years several people have found Christ, RCC aims not to focus on transfer growth but on new converts as prayer and evangelism continue to remain the lifeline of the church.
The Church holds a vibrant multicultural mix of people, which has one passion: Jesus Christ.

Now Faith Comes by Hearing Rotterdam City Church

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A family church in the city of Rotterdam

Rotterdam is the second largest city of the Netherlands and is known as " the gateway of Europe".
The city consists of a bubbling energetic multicultural crowd from around the world.
Rotterdam City Church began in Kralingen Crooswijk in Rotterdam the Netherlands in 2009 as prayer group with 5 people.
At that time there was no church nor church format, only 5 people with a burning desire to see a revival break out in the nation.A city which already has a vast number of churches of different flavors and colors yet has left the city with very little Christian positions of influence as it has been flooded with Mosques and secular humanism penetrating the church.
As the group grew, intercession remained the main focus, as they met weekly in the sports complex “Het Schuttersveld” in Kralingen Crooswijk.
Meetings shifted to becoming more family oriented as families came and as the Lord restored family units, preaching became more directed to life issues.By the beginning of 2011 the Church relocated to another complex called “ Oostervant” in Delfshaven, Rotterdam to accommodate the growth. Although it is a predominately Muslim area, it did not withhold us form reaching out to Muslims in the area.By September 2012 the Church, which had then grown into a small congregation, relocated again to “De Bron” which is close to CBD of Rotterdam.

As over the years several people have found Christ, RCC aims not to focus on transfer growth but on new converts as prayer and evangelism continue to remain the lifeline of the church.
The Church holds a vibrant multicultural mix of people, which has one passion: Jesus Christ.

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