Our vision

To see the city of Berlin—the heart of Europe—transformed by the love of God in Christ Jesus.


To be and make disciples of Jesus Christ, who follow Him, worship every Sunday in His Church and pray, work and give for the spread of His Kingdom!


The following values with corresponding action words capture the essence of our mission and serve as the "DNA" of our church planting efforts.







  • PRAY


  • WORK


  • GIVE





our faith

We ascribe to the historic creeds of the Christian Faith.

Our Affiliations

Christ Church is a mission of the Anglikanische Kirche in Deutschland, which is a diocese of the Reformed Episcopal Church (REC) in the United States. The REC is a founding jurisdiction of the Anglican Church in North America.


Anglikanische Kirche in Deutschland

(Reformiert Episkopalkirche)


reformed episcopal church



anglican church in north america


Our leadership




In 2011, David followed his heart to Germany and married Patricia. Prior to his move to Berlin, he served as Rector of St. Luke’s & Bishop Hofmann Memorial Reformed Episcopal Church (REC) in Philadelphia and also as Dean of the Pennsylvania (REC) Clergy Convocation.
David & Patricia live in Charlottenburg.

David Ayres, B.A., M.Div.
+49 (0) 177 271 1795




The Rt. Rev. Gerhard Meyer, serves as our bishop ordinary for the Anglikanische Kirche in Deutschland.

He resides with his wife, Grace, in Schwarzenborn.

Bischof Gerhard Meyer, M.Div., D.D.
Büro Richbergstraße 11
34639 Schwarzenborn
Telefon/Fax: +49 (5686) 9309235
Büro: +49 (5686) 730
eMail: ordinariat@rekd.de
Website: christusgemeinde.rekd.de
Facebook: Reformierte Episkopalkirche




The Most Rev. Ray R. Sutton was officially installed as Presiding Bishop of the Reformed Episcopal during the General Council of the Reformed Episcopal Church held in Dallas, Texas, in June 2017.

Office of the Presiding Bishop
The Reformed Episcopal Church

Diocese of Mid-America
17405 Muirfield Dr.
Dallas, TX 75287

Phone: +1 (972) 248-6505
Email: BishopSutton@rechurch.org
Website: www.recdma.org


We worship God every day by exercising the three theological virtues, FAITH, HOPE, and LOVE in the context of the world and the communities in which we live and work.

But we gather together on the Lord's Day in His House where we offer up our sacrifice of common prayer, praise and thanksgiving, and where we encounter Christ through His Word and Sacrament.

Our prayer is that we would ever worship the Lord in Spirit and in Truth.

What to expect

We are a small group of people who gather together on Sundays for worship in the meeting room of Connections Library/Café.

We generally celebrate the Eucharist (Holy Communion) weekly, using a traditional English-language liturgy (blending in some German elements.) Our service booklets are printed with English and German side by side. We sing mostly traditional hymns. Holy Scripture is an important part of our worship.

Services run approximately 90 minutes.

Children are very welcome in our services. In fact, we provide a children's message when appropriate. But we also have an adjoining nursery room if needed.

After service we offer coffee and tea and a time for conversation and fellowship.

OUR foundation

"One, Holy, Catholic, and Apostolic" - these are the four historic defining marks of the Church, built on the one true foundation: Jesus Christ.


The Church is ONE because it is one Body under one Head.


The Church is HOLY because the Holy Spirit dwells in it, and sanctifies its members.


The Church is CATHOLIC because it is universal, holding earnestly the Faith for all time, in all countries, and for all people, and is sent to preach the Gospel to the whole world.


The Church is APOSTOLIC because it continues steadfastly in the apostles’ teaching and fellowship.

For no one can lay any foundation other than the one already laid, which is Jesus Christ.

1 Corinthians 3:11