Our congregation is active and committed in many areas.
Please read all dates and events here.
There's tea and cookies, a Bible story, and plenty of time to
play and talk. We go into nature, learn our church up
know almost every corner, help shape the service (quite important is
Of course, the nativity play on Christmas Eve) and enjoy
just spending time together. Once a year there is the opportunity for
to drive a few days on set-up time.
Would your child like to take a look at it? With pleasure.
Ms. Dorothea Thomas (community educator)
weekly on Thursday
1-3 Class at 3 p.m.
4th-6th Class at 4 p.m.
We are a cool group of youngsters from the 7th grade who eat together,
Hear God's word and discuss it, play games, watch a film, go swimming in the summer and attend church services of a different kind and much more.
And of course the festivals are celebrated, like
they fall (Mardi Gras, Christmas, birthdays ...)
We always meet on Wednesdays at 6.30 p.m. in the youth room in the rectory.
Do you want to get to know us?
Come over then. Everyone is welcome.
The house group meets ...
Biblical discussion group
The Biblical Discussion Group meets ...
Whenever a new school year begins, the 7th grade students have
the opportunity to register for confirmation classes.
Together with the 8th grade students they learn everything there is to know
as a Christian should know and have the ability to know everything
want to ask. It's about the Bible, about prayer, about God and the world.
What to do with my worries, why do others believe differently than me? Why
does not God answer?
All of that and much more. At the end of the two years there is the
Are you interested or do you have any questions? Then report to the rectory.
every 14 days on Mondays at 4:30 p.m.
in the youth room in the rectory
Pastor Ulrike Penz
Andreas Kamprad (church musician)
Groovy, old, new songs, maybe even a musical, will be on the program in the Kurrende, the children's choir for children from 1st to 5th grade, and performed in church services.
In the Kurrende, through age-appropriate voice training, the children learn not only to use their voice correctly, but also to use notes and enjoy playing with rhythm instruments. This promotes development and creativity and is just a lot of fun.
I / my child can't sing? - Then you just haven't tried it properly yet.
I would like to come, but have no one to drive me? - Just give us a call, we will find a solution.
I do not dare. - Then bring a few friends with you, the more children sing in the carolers, the better it sounds and is fun.
every Wednesday at 3:45 p.m. - 4:30 p.m.
in the Reichenbach parish hall
every Tuesday 4:00 p.m. - 4:45 p.m.
in the Neumark rectory
(08496 Neumark, Kirchplatz 1)
Youth Choir - Sounds of Joy
The youth choir "Sounds of Joy" from Reichenbach in the Saxon Vogtland was founded in 2007. The 25 young people from Reichenbach, Mylau and Neumark meet weekly for rehearsals under the direction of Andreas Kamprad.
The repertoire focuses on gospel, rock, pop, folk and new sacred songs. "Sounds of Joy" sang regularly at church services and their own concerts, with piano or band accompaniment.
"Sounds of Joy" also played in classical choir concerts with orchestra, including A. Vivaldi's "Gloria" as well as cantatas and Christmas oratorio by JS Bach or G. Fauré's "Requiem". In 2009 "Sounds of Joy" could be heard at the radio service of the State Horticultural Show in Reichenbach. The highlight so far was a concert with a band during the 2011 Kirchentag in front of the Dresden Frauenkirche with more than 1000 visitors. In 2017 "Sounds of Joy" celebrated their 10th anniversary with a large open-air concert with soloists and a band. In 2020, the choir again organized an open-air concert together with soloists and band as part of the Organ Night on Reichenbacher Kirchplatz.
Concerts took "Sounds of Joy" to Mühlhausen, Görlitz, Boltenhagen and in 2018 to St. Leonhard (Tyrol).
Logo Sounds of JOY
Auftritt beim Ev. Kirchentag in Dresden 2011
Logo Sounds of JOY
All young people who are in the mood for new songs, gospel, pop, Taize ... are in the right place in the youth choir. Every Friday around 20 young people meet to sing together. A-capella, with piano or band, we organize, for example, the way of the cross for young people, church concerts and church services.
Rehearsal: Fridays 6:00 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.
in the rectory, Kirchplatz 4, Reichenbach
Head: A. Kamprad
Music for the glory of God and for the joy of the audience belongs to the Christian community, like "Amen".
Our Mylauer congregation is no exception and has a church and a trumpet choir, which bring their skills to the fore on a wide variety of occasions.
Special highlights are joint concerts with other choirs and orchestras, such as the performance of the Christmas Oratorio.
It takes a lot of time, commitment and of course intensive rehearsals to rehearse the pieces of music.
Mondays at 7:00 p.m.
Mylau parish hall
The Neumark Trombone Choir has existed since 1998, the Reichenbach Trombone Choir was founded in 2007, and both choirs merged in 2012 to form the Reichenbach / Neumark / Mylau trombone choir.
The focus is on the musical design of the services. The trombone choir's repertoire ranges from early 17th century music to contemporary composers. We always like to play jazzy literature.
Thursdays 7:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
Reichenbach parish hall
(Friedrich - Engels - 9th place)
Andreas Kamprad (church musician)