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The Anglican Church Luxembourg is celebrating Creationtide, a chance to take stock of the wonderful world we live in; to mark the occasion, in addition to the weekly family service, Church members are organising two fun events on Sunday 23 September 2018 — a potluck harvest lunch and a family treasure hunt.

At 11:00, the Anglican Church will host a Harvest Festival service at the Convict Centre chapel (5 Avenue Marie-Thérèse, Luxembourg-ville), during which the congregation can donate foodstuffs to the Fondation Maison de la Porte Ouverte (FMPO).

Afterwards, there will be a bring-and-share harvest lunch in the hall downstairs, to fuel people up for the Harvest Treasure Hunt which starts at 14:30 (registration from 13:00 in the Salle Maria Rheinsheim), which helps raise funds for the charities supported by the church. It is aimed at teams of 2-5 adults/children (no cars involved). Using a map provided by volunteers, participants have to track down images of natural treasures which will be planted around the city centre parks. Each picture will continue a quiz question and a fun fact.

The questions will be accessible in English, French and German. Medals will be awarded according to speed of finding the treasures and the most accurate quiz answers.

Drinks and cake available all afternoon.

Entry fee: adults €10, children €5, U8s free, maximum €30 per family. For further information, email:

More about the charities being supported by this and other church fundraising events can be found at

Donations for Fondation Maison de la Porte Ouverte (FMPO)

The FMPO supports disadvantaged people in Luxembourg through donations of foodstuffs. Suggested items to donate are as follows: tea, UHT milk, ground coffee, biscuits, biscottes/toast, sugar, honey, tinned vegetables, stock cubes, rice, pasta, sachets of powdered/instant soup, small bottles of olive oil, balsamic vinegar and packs of fruit juice (from concentrate), dried fruit, tinned fruit, nuts, cereals, flour, muesli – all with a good expiry date please. 

Home-made products from seasonal produce (eg apple juice from apples, jam from fruit, tomato chutney) would also be welcome as would normal and gluten-free items. See for more details.