Metsku News week 37


Metsku Youth will meet tomorrow Friday 17.9 at 18-20.30 in church. Metsku Youth is for 10-14 year olds and the program consists of playing, teaching, eating and socializing. Welcome to join!

Now in the beginning there will be two Fridays in a row but from then on Metsku Youth will meet every other Friday, even weeks, the following dates: 17.9, 24.9, 8.10, 22.10, 5.11, 19.11, 3.12, 17.12.


We gather for Sunday Service in the church on Sunday 19.9. at 11. Stefan Forsbäck will share the word with us about the theme Transforming. Welcome to join the service!

No Sunday School “Himlakul” for the kids. (The next Himlakul will be on Sunday the 26.10.

We will try to keep the service as safe as possible for everyone. It’s therefore important to participate only if you are healthy. We should all be washing our hands and keeping our distance from each other. Using a facemask is still a recommendation but not compulsory and people who have difficulties breathing with a mask or for other health reasons cannot use a mask do not need to wear one.

The link to the Youtube-streaming is found on Facebook in the Åbo Metsku-group right before the service starts.

CAMP METSKU 1-3.10.2021

Welcome to join this autumn’s Camp Metsku!

The camp takes place at the beautifully situated Toivonlinna in Piikkis, right next to the sea and close to nature. The program is held at the homely mansion Villa Ljunghäll where we also spend the night. The camp starts on Friday the 1th of October at 17.30 p.m. with dinner together and ends on Sunday the 3rd of October at 14 p.m.

For more information click HERE. 

Registration: You can register for the camp before 22nd of September via the link HERE.

If you have any questions please contact: / 040 0514 080

It will be a great weekend, we hope to see you there!


Please feel free to use these questions to dig deeper into Stefan Forsbäcks important teaching from last Sunday. You can go through them alone or in a group, after or as you are listening to the sermon. You find the link to the service here. (in Swedish)

1. When the Bible speaks of the heart, what does it really mean?
2. What happens in our hearts if we turn away from God?
3. In what way can our heart deceive us and how can we prevent this from happening?
4. Why do our hearts need to be transformed by God? What are the consequences if we do not let Him transform us?
5. What are the two veins of discipleship and why are they both needed? What happens if one of them suffers?
6. Why do we first need to become aware of our sin in order to receive salvation?

Bible passages: Proverbs 4:23, Jeremiah 17: 9–10, Romans 1:21, Romans 1: 29–32, Romans 2: 15–16, Romans 6:23, Gospel of John 3: 3–8, Ezekiel 36: 25–27, Romans 10: 9-13, Ephesians 2: 8-9, Mark 1:15, Acts 2: 36-41