An English-Speaking Church Community
All Saints Maastricht is an English speaking church of internationals living, working and studying in Maastricht and South Limburg for internationals living, working and studying here. Our faith community is made up of people similar to you: professionals, students, long-term expats and Dutch nationals, adults and children, families, singles, and couples. We are a volunteer-led church with a parish council, ministry team, several committees, and individuals who prayerfully work hard to make what we do possible.
All Saints Maastricht Leadership
Members of our Parish Council are responsible for the leadership, administration and oversight of our church. As of late 2020, our chaplaincy is vacant. We are searching for a new chaplain or creative part-time solution for a church such as ours. In the meantime, we continue to offer services using the many talents of the Parish Council.
Parish Council 2021
- Martine van Bijlert
- Rachel Cavill
- René Katerberg
- Claire Middleton
- Leslie Sherriff
- Roland Smith
- Peter Terporten
All Saints Maastricht History
All Saints Maastricht began in 2006 as a regular Tuesday evening prayer meeting focusing on Maastricht. The prayer meeting evolved into an Alpha Course and then people from this group started a more formal bible study. In late 2008, we decided to voluntarily move under the umbrella of the Anglican Communion to host two services per month. After much prayer these services began in the home of Richard and Claire Middleton in Cadier en Keer. Not long afterward, the group grew so large that new space was found, very generously provided by the Onze Lieve Vrouwe Basiliek.
In the Spring of 2012, the then Maastricht International Church voted to be come a congregation in the Diocese of Europe and formally changed its name to All Saints Church Maastricht. We are privileged to be both supported by and held accountable to our brothers and sisters in the Diocese and to be a part of the worldwide Anglican Communion. We are encouraged by a growing number of positive relationships with other Christian groups in Maastricht and seek God’s grace in fulfilling his mission here.