The church sanctuary is open for personal prayer and devotion Monday to Thursday 9.00 am to 1.00 pm during office opening hours.

Everybody is welcome to use the church room for personal prayer and devotion.

If you need prayer or a personal talk, you are welcome to ask the people in the office. If there is no intercessor or counselor available,

the office staff will make sure you get an appointment.

The office in Viborg International Church is open Monday-Thursday 9 AM-2 PM,

please call telephone number +45 86600233 or +45 61691033. 

If there is a need to get in touch with the church outside opening hours, please call +45 61691033.

Latest News

25th anniversary

Pictures from Sunday 3/9, when we celebrated Ruben and Inger’s 25th anniversary as a pastors in Viborg International Church. A day of seriousness and fun, gift giving, flowers from the children in the children’s church – the different kinds of flowers symbolized that we are all different and together form a beautiful bouquet. After the service there was communal dining with many different ethnic dishes.
Thanks to everyone who helped make the day festive.

The Banner Song

Services and teaching

Teaching series (4)

The last session of the mini teaching series about our mouthm ear, ear and this time obout our actions.

Teaching series (part 3)

Welcome to the third session of this little teaching series – today about words.

Greetings from Pastor Ruben

When Jesus gave his life as an atonement for our sins on Calvary, we were given a unique chance for a new beginning.
In the pastor’s words this spring, we looked more closely at what we are and have in Christ.
Now we go further and talk about the fact that now it is about regaining the faith and trust in God and seize the God-given opportunity for a new one beginning.

Now it is up to us, as God’s people, not to lose heart or
to give up hope, but to patiently lift up the shield of faith.

Do not go back to Egypt!
The Israelites, during their wanderings in the desert, could have chosen to walk
back to Egypt. For the meat pots, the familiar, the safe, the old
customs and habits, to follow known cultural patterns.

Fortunately, they didn’t.
Nor would it have helped or solved their problems.
Only going forward led them to the promised land.
Whenever they […]

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