Over the past 25 years we have come across hundreds of students from around 23 nationalities that we proudly call our friends. We have learned from each other what it means to be a global community. We strengthened each others faith and broadened our minds to new ways of thinking.
We want this page to showcase our past (we consider them as members that will hopefully surprise us by a visit during the next church service or the next event we have) and present members. We will keep adding content to this page towards this goal. So keep tuned in.
I met the ISC community by chance 4 years ago when I participated in an interfaith religion activity to which ISC contributed for the organization. I enjoyed the ecumenical spirit lived by different people of around the world. Since then, I've made strong friendships and I became even more active in the community by being a member of the committee where I help with the organization of activities.
I arrived in Delft around 5 years ago. I found ISC Delft because I was looking for a Sunday service in English, and I immediately loved the welcoming atmosphere and the songs in several languages. As time passed, I started appreciating the ecumenism and the dialogue with people of different countries and traditions. I found there friends and even my wife, and ISC is now an important part of my life.
I joined ISC three years ago, and since then ISC has been a part of my life in The Netherlands. If you just want to come to an English Service in Delft, and you decide to come to ISC for one day, you will understand why this community is special.
Pedi Obani Iyayi
For me, ISC Delft is a constant reminder of great people who helped me build a home in a foreign land, learning new songs in so many different languages, enjoying lovely home cooked meals from virtually all the continents, and more importantly constantly rediscovering myself in the company of brothers and sisters.