Hadsund International Church is an evangelical charismatic church.
Which means it is "classical Christianity in modern-day wrapping".
While being an independent Church now, Hadsund International Church traces its roots back to the Pentecostal movement (now called Mosaik) and the Pentecostal Church in Mariager today called Mariagerfjord Frikirke.
Hadsund International Church now stands on its own two feet, but there are still good relations.
The hymns are not from the Middle Ages, but there may be songs that are brand new. These newer hymns (also called worship music) can be described as pop/rock songs with Christian lyrics. These are songs either about God or ones sung to God as a way of addressing him directly (a form of prayer through song).
We believe in the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit. We believe that Jesus died to take away the sin of the world, so that everyone who believes in Him will not perish but have eternal life. We believe that after Jesus rose from the dead, he sent the Holy Spirit to earth, as a helper, and we can have fellowship with him in everyday life.
In Hadsund International Church we do not baptize infants. We pray for them and bless them. We believe that faith must be present before baptism, as it is only the faith in Jesus that saves. You can, however, become a member of Hadsund International Church, even if you were baptized as a child (and therefore do not need to be rebaptized), but if someone wishes to be baptized, we only baptize by immersion, as scripture shows us, and which symbolizes that we are buried with Christ, and raised again with him to the new life with him.
The services are contemporary in the approach to faith. The ministers do not wear priestly robes, but their own clothes.
Prayers are “free" and spontaneous and not written down beforehand. We have communion once a month, not every Sunday. Here you will not meet any preachers who only consider this a job and have no faith in God, but all are personal believers.
In Hadsund International Church we use many guest preachers. Which we consider a strength due to the many different inputs from outside. This way, church life is not monotonous. We have more than 20 different preachers in our rotation.
Come join us at these events throughout the week.
Mark has a B.A. with honors in Bible & Theology, a M.A. in ministry (practical theology), and a diploma in rhythmic music from the Royal Music Conservatory.
The work he does consists of coordinating and conducting the services, booking the speakers as well as leading the music and occasionally speaking. Mark has officially been the pastor since August 2nd 2020. Before that, he was, among other things, a teacher for 7 years at the Pentecostal Bible College in Mariager teaching theology and worship & music.
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