Vasa Metsku – a church in the heart of the city. We often underline the words of the Psalmist: “God sets the lonely in families” (68:6). Starting a new relationship with Jesus is to come home in the words deepest sense. Finding and joining a church is to become part of a family and a tribe. Welcome to learn to know Metsku in Vasa! We’re here for you.
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Every Sunday we come together for worship, prayer-ministry and teaching at 11 am. Everything that is said is simultaneously translated into English and Finnish. The kids go to their own activities as the preaching/teaching begins. There is also time to mingle together and learn to know each other as we have a simple coffee with snacks after service. Once a month we serve a brunch before the service.
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As the kids go for their own Sunday worship when the sermon for the adults starts. The kids do crafts, dramas, sing and play together. Obs! The parents are responsible for their own kids until the kids’ church begins and when the kids come back from their activities.
Food & chat
Thursdays 5-6pm the church is open for fellowship and dinner. We also distribute food and clothes for free. There is a short personal testimony in every Thursday meeting. All are warmly welcome!
Every Monday we pray at 6pm. Prayer is the engine of the church and in the life of every individual. A strong engine makes a strong church. The concept in the prayer-meetings is simple and free.
Coffee shop Abyssinian Livingroom serves Etiopian coffee and snacks every day in the church. The coffee shop is also open Saturday evenings.
65100 Vaasa, Finland
Pastor Camilla Klockars
050 520 6548
Worship-leaders: Simon Weiner, Frida Grönqvist-Elo and Charlotta Acquah.
Kids’ ministry: Carola Löfholm, Sarah Nygård and Ingrid Borotinskij.
Account for gifts:
Kvevlax sparbank: FI26 4958 0010 0507 26
Our local parish belongs to The United Methodist Church in Finland: www.metodistkyrkan.fi