Ecumenical Evening Prayer

Ecumenical Evening Prayer

at the Kaiser-Wilhelm-Memorial-Church

The ecumenical marathon-prayer takes place at the Kaiser-Wilhelm-Memorial Church September 25, from 4 p.m..

We are running (again)!

Finally, it's starting again!
After a long hiatus and many months of uncertainty, we will be back at the starting line. Regular exercise has helped many of us to get through this time well. But equally, trust in God, humility and confidence have sustained life.

In the book of Psalms it says of God: You set our feet on wide open spaces. So many possibilities are open to us. So many different paths are possible. Each person has their own pace, their own beat and their own goals. We can come together again with respect and the necessary caution.

With God and many runners we celebrate worship. Before the start - and in the middle of life. We come to rest, sing and pray, feel community and take the joy with us to the start. We cordially invite you to the interruption before the start - and in the middle of life. We come to rest, sing and pray, feel community and take the joy with us to the start. We cordially invite you to the interruption before the start.

The service will be conducted by:

  • Horst Milde, founder of the Berlin Marathon, Honorary Race Director
  • Ute Szameitat, helper at the Berlin Marathon, runner and walker
  • Heinz Frei, multiple Berlin winner and most successful Swiss athlete of all time
  • Helmut Jansen, pastoral advisor and triathlete, x:Runners - Spiritueller Lauftreff
  • Dr. Lars Charbonnier, pastor and runner
  • Peter Burkowski, pastor and runner