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Welcome to our All Lutheran Church of Brussels website!

Nice to meet you here! The All Lutheran Church of Brussels (ALCB) is a confessional, English-speaking and very family-like church and belongs to the Evangelisch-Lutherse Kerk in België (ELKB). We are members of the world-wide confessional Lutheran family, represented by the International Lutheran Council (ILC), with partner churches all around the globe. An interesting community! In Brussels we are small in numbers but hail from many different countries. So we are very "colourful", with many different backgrounds and traditions. Our services are in English and we follow a more or less "traditional liturgy", based on the liturgy of our US-American partner church, the Lutheran Church - Missouri Synod (LCMS). Regularly we celebrate also a "contemporary liturgy", with modern songs and a band. - Come and visit us in our service after our summer break! We look forward to meeting you in person!

Our following services:

27th August 2017 - Service in our rented church building, the German Protestant Church, Avenue Salomé in 1150 Woluwe-Saint-Pierre (Brussels) at 16:30 with Holy Communion

(liturgy led by our church president Gijsbertus van Hattem from Antwerp)

03rd September 2017 - Service in Woluwe-Saint-Pierre (see above) at 16:30 without Holy Communion

(liturgy led by the elders of the congregation)

10th September 2017 - Service in Woluwe-Saint-Pierre (see above) at 16:30 with Holy Communion

(liturgy led by Pastor Johannes Reitze-Landau)

At first glance, nothing happens in Brussels in July and August. And it's true, many people are on holidays, there is no school and the city is empty aside from tourists. Our church is on summer holidays, too, so we won't have any services until the end of August. But at second glance, summer is also the time of major changes. The biggest change is that we "lost" our Pastor Matthias Tepper. He was called back by his original church in Germany into a new ministry in Plauen (Saxony). Now, after nearly ten years, several things will be different. Not least the fact that with Johannes Reitze-Landau we have a new interim pastor. That's why this website is going to change gradually. The contents will be updated during the following weeks. If you have any questions, contact Pastor Johannes!


Therefore welcome one another as Christ has welcomed you, for the glory of God.

- Romans 15:7

How to Connect with Us

firefox We would like to offer to you several ways of getting in contact with us:

  • Come to a worship service
  • Email Pastor Johannes
  • Meet with him during the week
  • Come to a fellowship time
  • Do a Discovery Bible Study with us

Pastor Johannes is happy to meet with you to answer all of the questions that you might have or discuss any topic that you would like to talk about. Email Pastor

Quick Overview: What to Expect...

  1. We have English services on different campuses and at different times, from liturgical to modern and family settings, also providing children's church during sermons
  2. Dress code: Come as you are or as you please.
  3. We like to hang out together after services. So, bring some extra time for fellowship
  4. We are happy to have you anytime and would love to get to know you. Before you join Holy Communion we'd like to talk to you beforehand
  5. Growing in our relationship with Christ is important to us. We put special care and attention to every individual`s spiritual needs through small groups and visits from the pastor.

What People Say about ALCB

"I was drawn to ALCB because of the welcoming atmosphere. Every year I look forward to the Christmas potluck dinner." - Julianna, mother of two

"I love the international family at ALCB." - Johannes, father of one

"Most memorable about my two visits at ALCB was how kind and inclusive everyone was. I also liked the "next step" on the Communication Cards and how the Pastor followed up with that ... It made me feel like the church was really invested in helping me strengthen my relationship with God." - Second time visitor

"One thing I love about ALCB: actually there are more than one. Beyond the practical aspects (English speaking congregation not far from our place; our children can play or attend Sunday school during the sermon, etc.), it is a real church family where all are welcome. It is the Church at its best: modern and cool in form, but ancient and traditional in the sense that the eternal gospel of Christ is faithfully proclaimed - with courage and joy." - Tamas, husband and father

"One thing I love about ALCB is the fact that children are an important part of the congregation, thus taking Jesus' statement 'let the children come to me' literally. I also love the children's message (which works very well for adults, too!) and the 'This is The Day' song." - Martin, husband and church member


Service Times

Check the NEWS PAGE for possible changes

Traditional Service:
4:30 p.m. in the German church building (though our services are in English) at Ave. Salomelaan 7, Brussels (Woluwe-St. Pierre).
(Read more).
Lots of parking behind the building. Here is where to find us.

Look for the pink and brown welcome sign:


Check the NEWS PAGE for possible changes.

Mail to pastor

Support us

Thank you for considering to support our mission in the capital of Europe!

Euro Donations

Bank Account:
BE71 9530 6054 7769

Dollar Donations

Checks to address:
Concordia Lutheran Church
505 South Kirkwood Rd
Kirkwood, MO 63122

Payable to "Concordia Lutheran Church"
Memo: "Belgian Outreach"

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