Berlin Star Singers Sing on the anniversary of the Bethesda senior Home Home “in Christian security” is the guiding principle being met for 100 years at the Bethesda Senior Center in Berlin-Kreuzberg with life now. The year 2008 is for the House marked its 100th anniversary. The Jubilee year starts with a moving live Gospel event. On 29 February and 1 March 2008 the Berlin Star singers take all residents and guests of Jubilee of Bethesda Senior Center under the motto “Gospel connects generations” on a fascinating journey through the world of American and European soul & Gospel – related texts for reflection and thoughts for refuelling. As their fans love, telling the Star singers of Berlin Dieffenbachstrasse 39 at their two concerts in the Church of Christ, by faith, hope, love and respect; by the overcoming of limits and tolerance; by building bridges between people and cultures – and by a world of hopeful visions with the sky as a symbol of hope.
The dates on a Views: Friday, February 29, 2008 and Saturday, March 01, 2008 start: 19:30 intake: 18:45 place: C: 11,-Euro 9,-euro are discounted tickets to this concert moving directly at the Bethesda Senior Center Berlin in Dieffenbachstrasse 40 available. Tickets can be ordered by phone: Monday to Sunday under the phone number: (030) 69 000 20 during the period from 10 to 18 h. To the organizer of the carrier of the Bethesda Senior Center (photo right), the Bethany Diakonia, is a non-profit company under Christian auspices. “We currently operate two retirement homes for assisted living, two day care centres, a Diakonia station for outpatient care and three in-patient care at all stages of care in Berlin. Within the framework of the long term care we are particularly specialized in the care of people with dementia”, it says on the website of the company.
The houses of the Bethanien Diakonie are characterized by a homely atmosphere, because the people who are looked after and maintained, should respected and comfortable feel. The Bethany Diakonia is a Christian tradition. Their self-image is based on the words of Jesus: “what you have done one of these my least brethren, that you you did me.” (Mt 25) Today, this self-understanding active charity in the facilities of the Bethanien is Diakonia alive. However, management and employees are open to progress and innovation for the benefit of the people.