Information for our guests
Welcome to the guest page of the Christian Reformed Church Zierikzee.
Are you a guest wishing to visit our sevices?
Especially for you we have this page where you can look around.
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Our services take place every Sunday at 10:00 hrs. and 18:00 hrs.
Rev. J. van Langevelde is our preacher.
Go to the services page to download "Getijde". This is also handed out every morning service upon entering. The "Getijde" contains the hymns we sing, the Bible verses we read and the liturgy. Upon entering the church you can also pickup a booklet with hymns.
You can sit wherever you want, however please be so kind not to take 'Gereserveerd' (reserved) seats. Would you like to sit on the balcony near the organ? That's possible. When entering the church hall take the stairs behind the door on your right hand side.
We regularly meet each other after the services for a chat along with a cup of coffee or tea. You are more than welcome to join!
Four times a year we celebrate the Lord's Supper. Do you want to celebrate it with us? Please contact our preacher.
Do you have questions which are not answered here?
Please call or e-mail our vergers.
The little ones, up and till 5 years old, are encouraged to join the crèche during morning services.
During evening services children are invited to join Sunday school. Every week for children from 5 to 8 years and every two weeks for children from 8 to 10 years old.
Crèche and Sunday school are held in one of the rooms at your right hand side of the entrance.
Useful to know
Do you need the restroom ? You can find the toilets at the right from the main entrance.
Hat stands are available at your left and right hand side in the hall.
Also in the hall is a stand with all kinds of information.
Read more about safety during church services on the first aid page.
Our church is located at the Zevengetijstraat 11, 4301 EZ te Zierikzee. Tel. 0111 413385
You can read a travelling plan here.
Photographs of the church building can be found here.