During my recent visit to the Scots International Church in Rotterdam, I was able to spend a couple of hours at one of their main projects – Mamre. Named after the place in Genesis 18 where Abraham offered hospitality to three strangers, the Mamre project in Rotterdam seeks to offer hospitality and help to asylum seekers and refugees. There are many immigrants in the city who are seeking citizenship, but with no official papers life can be very tough for them. The Mamre project offers a weekly drop-in time and serves free lunches to anyone who wishes to stay.
I had a little day trip to Rotterdam yesterday, to the ‘Scots International Church‘. There are a couple of things I want to blog about that arose from the visit – ‘blended worship’ and their Mamre project. So, those posts will follow in due course, but in the meantime, you can find some photos here which were snatched quickly as we scooted round Rotterdam.