The Word of God, prayer and worship form a foundation for everything that happens at All Nations Church. God has graciously given us, at no cost, the opportunity to talk to him anytime! As we did 2015, we are beginning 2016 with a prayer week 11-17 January, encouraging each one of us to come together and pray. Specific topics will be given for each day, thus not forgetting any personal reasons from prayer and praise, or whatever the Holy Spirit puts on our hearths.

We encourage you to pray at home, at work, in a cafe or wherever, setting aside time in the morning and throughout the day. We encourage you very much to gather spontaneously or in an organised manner with brothers and sisters and exploring the joys of a life in prayer. In the evenings some homes will be open for people to come and pray Monday through Friday between 20:00-21:00. (see information below) should you not have organised anything else. On Sunday there will be a communal prayer service for everyone between the two services.

For any questions or advice, please get in touch with or +352661861331


Monday: Christianity Globally

Join together for prayer between 20:00-21:00 (there is no need to RSVP)

David Kitzinger
27, rue Vauban, 2663 Luxembourg
+352 661 448 010


  • Our brothers and sisters all over the world – Unity, Wholehearted devotion to God, etc.
  • A new revival globally.
  • For people who physically, emotionally or economically suffer because of their faith in Jesus Christ.
  • That we would work for justice in this world and be mercifully toward all people.


Tuesday: Conflicts / Tragedies in the World

Join together for prayer between 20:00-21:00 (there is no need to RSVP)

McMinimy Home
45 Rue Roger Barthel
L7212 Bereldange
ANCL Office phone 26 33 21 38

(there are more than can be noted, but here are some to help you get started)

  • Refugee crisis
  • Middle East (ISIS)
  • Extremism in all of its forms – secular & religious (terrorism in general)
  • Ukraine
  • Economic injustice
  • For those who are or have experienced the loss of a loved one, sickness or conflict in relationships.


Wednesday: Luxembourg

Join together for prayer between 20:00-21:00 (there is no need to RSVP)

Chantal Scorgie
30 Rue Notre Dame, L-2240, Luxembourg
+352 621 229 137


  • Grand Duke Henry and his family.
  • Luxembourg government officials, parliament, Commune, functionaries and anyone with a leadership or serving role in this country.
  • For children and parents displace by family conflicts or financial crisis, and especially the refugee crisis.
  • A growing openness to the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
  • For other churches in Luxembourg who serve God faithfully.

Thursday: All Nations Church of Luxembourg

Join together for prayer between 20:00-21:00 (there is no need to RSVP)

The Steeles
11 an Der Uecht, 7782 Bissen, Luxembourg


Reflect on and pray through the ANCL Vision and Mission statement.

Vision: A community of hope to the world.

Mission: ANCL reflects Jesus Christ as a community that worships God, cares for people, helps them to grow and equips them to have an impact in the world for the Glory of God.

  • God’s guidance and blessings over the church leadership, each member, attendee and visitor.
  • Unity in the face of growth, challenges and diversity and new steps and developments of 2016.
  • Wisdom to be balanced in our service to one another in the church and those outside of ANCL, especially those in need.
  • Committed leaders & volunteers to serve in ANCL ministry, and new people with willing hearts to serve.
  • Open hearts to those we live near, work with, interact with that we would be God’s good news to people in word and deed.
  • That we would be generous in our financial giving to do God work through ANCL and other excellent organizations.
  • For pastors Paul and Logan.

Friday: That the Gospel of Jesus Christ be Shared in Culturally Effective Ways With Those Who Do Not Yet Believe

Join together for prayer between 20:00-21:00 (there is no need to RSVP)

The Mullos
59, bd de Verdun, L-2670 Luxembourg
+352 661 861 331


  • Take some time to think of those in your friend, work and family circles that have yet to embrace the love and forgiveness of God offered through Jesus Christ.

Saturday: Our Families and Close Friends

Find a friend or family member to pray with!

  • For their spiritual well-being, but also for health, financial stability, peace and safety, good healthy family and friend relationships, and for that we may be good sons and daughters, brothers and sisters, parents, spouses and partners and friends, and see the needs of those around us and how we may best serve them.

Sunday: That We Live a Life of Personal and Corporate Worship in 2016 and Beyond

Prayer between the services.

  • That we would experience the greatness of God in fresh and powerful ways, pursuing our love relationship with God through prayer, reading, reflection and study of the scripture, deep life affirming fellowship and humble spirit filled service to those around us.