Welcome to the Tallinn Charter church!
Our roots go into the 1980s, when here was a revival named “Elu Sõna” (Word of Life). The church re-stared it’s work in 2001 when our pastor Raimond Jakobs and his family came back home from the U.S. where they lived 12 years. We registered the church in the Estonian churches registry in the Ministry of Internal Affairs and named it “Tallinna ‘Harta’ Kristlik kogudus” in the Summer of 2002.
The name of our church refers to the declaration “Harta 87” and it means that we still support spiritual, political and economic independence of Estonia. We believe that Estonia should turn to God for help and that Estonia should be in Union with Him.
Right now we have a couple of dozen of people attending the services. One of the branches of the church is Charismata Ministries, which translates and publishes Christian literature, as well as distributes Christian music. You can buy our products at our Internet store and on various Christian events.
You are welcome to visit our services which take place in Tallinn, at Hiie street 3a each Sunday at 11 am.