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Official Documents and Publications

Stichting Redeemer International Church Delft (“Redeemer Delft”) was founded on 17 December 2018 in Delft (Our RSIN nr: 859487830). Shortly thereafter Redeemer Delft was also registered as an ANBI (Algemeen Nut Beogende Instelling) with the Dutch Tax Authorities. As a consequence, anyone who gives money to the church can deduct that from their income or company tax, to the extent permitted by Dutch law.

Redeemer International Church in Delft was a ‘church plant’ from Redeemer International Church in The Hague.  You can read more about our history visiting the About – Our Story page.

Here you will find all the documents as required by Dutch law that we are required to publish due to our registration as an ANBI.

Stichting Related Publications

RSIN: 859487830

The board consists of :

  • Steven Haffner, chairman
  • Peter George, secretary
  • Attila Fabian, treasurer
  • Dean Wilding

The purpose of the church will be, in obedience with God’s infallible Word (“the Bible”), empowered by the Holy Spirit, to lead people to Jesus and His family, whereby coming to spiritual maturity and learning to exalt His name. In this they shall also be equipped to serve and to proclaim His Kingdom in the world.

In fulfilling the vision, the approach of Redeemer International Church Delft is to:
• Clearly proclaim the Gospel of Jesus through engaging teaching on Sunday meetings, and in other contexts.
• Clearly demonstrate the implications of the Gospel in how the church serves and engages with the city in which it finds itself.
• Intentionally seek to start new churches in other parts of the city we find ourselves in, as well as into other cities in the Netherlands, and further afield.
• Have a strong focus on leadership development so that there is enough leaders to lead what is happening now, what will happen as the church grows, and what will happen as new churches are started in different localities.
In addition to the above, the church will strive to attain this purpose through:
• organizing meetings
• the provision of religious education in the broadest sense
• organizing missionary and evangelical activities
• various media, such as the distribution and/or provision of Christian literature
• active involvement in different forms of social aid
• cooperation with other organizations that are striving toward the same goals
• other lawful means

Redeemer Delft currently employs 3 people, being:

  • Dean Wilding – Lead Elder – Full Time
  • Rhodé Zaagman – Communication Manager – Part Time
  • Peter George – Operations Manager – Part Time

Employees’ remuneration is in line with equivalent roles in other churches and not-for-profit organisations, according to Dutch law and regulations. External advice has been taken into consideration.

Financial Statements

We will publish here the financial statements from 2019 after we will close the year.

Up until 2018, we were one entity as Stichting Redeemer International Church. You can find all the financial statements on our mother church’s web site at https://www.redeemerchurch.nl/about/publications/