The Salzburg International Christian Church is an ecumenical, international congregation of Christian believers. Our church is part of the Evangelical (Protestant) Church of Austria. With other congregations of this denomination we have roots in the Augsburg (Lutheran) and Helvetic (Reformed/Presbyterian) traditions. We meet every Sunday at 11h

02 September 2012

Inside out – Podcast Sermon by Rev. Glynthea Finger on the 2nd September

Mark 7:7-11 7 Their worship is a farce, for they teach man-made ideas as commands from God. 8 For you ignore God’s law and substitute your own tradition. 9 Then he said, “You skillfully sidestep God’s law in order to hold on to your own tradition. 10 For instance, Moses gave you this law from God: ‘Honor your father and mother,’ and ‘Anyone […]

26 August 2012

Ephesians 6: 10-20 “Our Choice” Podcast Sermon on August 26th 2012

Sermon given by Rev. Glynthea Finger August 26 – Ephesians 6: 10-20 “Our Choice”     Like the Hebrew People under the leadership of Joshua when they were asked to ‘Choose this day whom you will service’, we too are required to make our choice and keep to it.  Paul’s final lesson in his ‘how […]

18 August 2012

Ephesians 5: 1-20: ‘Kingdom Living’ – Podcast Sermon on August 19th 2012

August 19 – Ephesians 5: 1-20:  ‘Kingdom Living’.    The book of Ephesians is a short ‘how to manual’ on living the Christian life – the Kingdom Lifestyle.   Paul terms it leaving behind the old life and taking on the new.   How do we know we are living the right way?  What does […]

14 August 2012

Esther Shin visits SICC

What a wonderful experience it was for the church family at SICC to have the presence of talented singer and pianist, Esther Shin,  on Sunday during our service.   Esther shared some of your personal testimony with us as she played the piano and sang.   Her love for God and commitment to sharing the […]

12 August 2012

Ephesians 4:25-5:2: ‘Keeping a God Connection’ – Podcast Sermon on August 12th 2012

August 12 – Ephesians 4:25-5:2: ‘Keeping a God Connection’.   David was a man after God’s own heart yet David made poor choices.   What can we learn from David about living in a true and pure connection with God. Sermon given by Rev. Glynthea Finger

08 July 2012

Church Picnic at Hellbrunn Salzburg

After we arrive at the enterance to Hellbrunn Palace to have our church picnic, the weather was threatening. However after a short burst of rain and dashing to take shelter under the trees we were set. Set to have sunshine and of course a good time.  

02 July 2012

Living as a Saint – Podcast Sermon on July 1st 2012

Sermon given by Rev. Glynthea Finger Psalm 130 A song for pilgrims ascending to Jerusalem. 1 From the depths of despair, O Lord, I call for your help. 2 Hear my cry, O Lord. Pay attention to my prayer. 3 Lord, if you kept a record of our sins, who, O Lord, could ever survive? 4 But you offer forgiveness, […]

22 May 2012

Former SICC Pastor Mike Spangler and his wife Liz

Former SICC Pastor Mike Spangler and his wife Liz came to Iowa City, IA on May 2nd to hear my concert with the University of Iowa Symphony. They’re doing great and enjoying being back in Wisconsin and near family. We had a good time catching up and they send they’re best to everyone at the […]

22 April 2012

Living a life that is real II – Podcast Sermon on April 22nd 2012

Sermon given by Rev. Glynthea Finger Luke 24:13-35 The Walk to Emmaus 13 That same day two of Jesus’ followers were walking to the village of Emmaus, seven miles from Jerusalem. 14 As they walked along they were talking about everything that had happened. 15 As they talked and discussed these things, Jesus himself suddenly came and began walking with them. 16 But […]

15 April 2012

Living a life that is real Part I – Podcast Sermon on April 15th 2012

Sermon given by Rev. Glynthea Finger Psalm 133 A song for pilgrims ascending to Jerusalem. A psalm of David. 1 How wonderful and pleasant it is when brothers live together in harmony! 2 For harmony is as precious as the anointing oil that was poured over Aaron’s head, that ran down his beard and onto the border […]