A welcome reception cocktail party will be held for the AFCU Board members at the VCC Meeting Point from 5-7PM on Wednesday, 11 May 2017.
Communion will be held during the Easter Sunday Service on 16 April 2017. As we are an ecumenical and inter-denominational church, all are welcome to join us in worship.
Please mark your calendars for the VCC Annual Congregational Meeting which will take place on Sunday, 21 May 2017 starting at 2 PM/14:00 at the VCC Meeting Point. We will be electing our Board, approving the 2017-2018 Budget and updated on the 2016-2017 year. Bring refreshments to share.
May Programme – Phychotherapy and Faith
Host: Dr. David Nolland
Guest Speaker: Dr. Doris Möhsl
Doris is a practising psychotherapist with many years’ experience as a coach and counsellor. Before that she worked at her family’s hotel and all over the world as a tour guide.
Doris will give us a description of the three Viennese schools of psychology, and tell us about her own specialism, which is existential analysis, associated with the third of these schools. Its founder, Viktor Frankl, was interested in the exploration of “man’s search for meaning”, one of the motivations for which was associated for him mainly with belief in God. She will also tell us a little about how Austrian therapists officially “work” with religion.
Because of the 1 May holiday, May’s Bible+ will be held on Tuesday, 2 May.
Photo: Courtesy of Doris Möhsl
Host: Mary Geissler
VCC Member, Sahar, is exhibiting her paintings at the VCC Meeting Point. According to Sahar, her paintings themed: My Emotions; Trees, Reflection of Humanity; and My Renascence, reflect the various stages of her life.
Saturday 04.03.2017 17:30 – 19:30
Thursday 16.03.2017 18:30 – 20:00
Friday 24.03.2017 17:30 – 19:30
Thursday 06.04.2017 18:30 – 20:00
Please stop by to view the paintings, which are also on sale. Proceeds of 15% will go to the VCC.
LAST FILM BEFORE THE SUMMER BREAK!
“Of Gods and Men“, 2010, Directed by Xavier Beauvois (120 minutes)
Loosely based on the true story of a group of Trappist monks of Tibhirene in the mountains of Algeria during the Algirian civil war, this excellent film won the Grand Prix at the 2010 Cannes Film Festival. The viewer observes the quiet life of the monks among themselves and their friendly interaction with and assistance to the local villagers. This peaceful life is disrupted with the arrival of Islamic fundamentalists and the difficult discussions of the brothers whether to stay or go.
Starring: Lambert Wilson and Michael Lonsdale.
When: Tuesday, 11 April 2017.
Where: VCC Meeting Point, Untere Donaustrasse 39/3, 1020 Vienna
Drinks and snacks available as of 6.30 PM. Film starts at 7 PM.
The Prayer Group will meeting monthly at the VCC Meeting Point on Sunday, 2 April at 2PM/14:00. If you would like to join, please contact Pastor Gabor