About Us

Fisher’s Creek International Church (Fisher’s Creek) is open to people from all backgrounds, including a wide spectrum of nations and traditions who want to know more about Christian life or want to worship with other Christians. Our Church and sermons affirm and cover the core beliefs of the Christian faith.

Fishers Creek was started by a group of English Speaking Expatriates, Students, and Local Residents who wanted a place to worship God where the Christian fellowship was rich, the teaching was relevant, and the worship was uplifting.

In 2004, we began a search to find a growing, local Swedish church to partner with. We believe that Equmeniakyrkan Fiskebäck (previously Fiskebäcks Missionskyrka) is the perfect fit for our Vision. We are extremely grateful to have found a church that has lovingly opened their doors and hearts to us.

Equmeniakyrkan Fiskebäck was growing by leaps and bounds and had just finished building their new, and much larger Church building at Citrusgatan 16. That meant that we were able to move into their smaller Church premises at Önnereds byväg 84 and begin services right away.

We may meet at separate locations and worship in different languages, but we are an integral part of Equmeniakyrkan Fiskebäck (EKF) and they make us feel that way whenever we worship with them.

We have a full Sunday School Program for kids of all ages with a dedicated teaching staff following programs and activities relevant to the children’s age groups. Sunday School is held alongside the Church Service.

We also have some  Bible Study/ Small Groups during the week for all ages and growth stages of faith/ belief.

Our Sunday Service is a formal church service given in English, starting at 16h00 pm at Önneredsgården. We have inspirational, contemporary Christian music each Sunday using multi-media technology as well as live music of all sorts. All teaching is done under the Authority of Christ. We are supported pastorally by EKF Pastors Daniel Demming and Peter Baric on a regular schedule with preaching, Holy Communion and oversight. However, every member of our Church is encouraged to develop their Spiritual Gifts through active service and participation in areas such as leading and organizing worship, preaching, administration, music and media, Sunday school, socials, etc.

After the service we gather together with the children for fika (coffee and cake) and a great time to chat and fellowship.

Loving God, Loving People