Upcoming Events

    • October 27, 2016
      6:30 PM - 9:30 PM

    Tafelen is our weekly dinner where we host students for a three course dinner and always aim to have a good conversation. Whether its a…

    • October 29, 2016
      2:00 PM - 4:00 PM

    Into arts and crafts? Well with winter season approaching, it is time to enjoy some hot drinks while reading a cosy book or relaxing with…

    • October 31, 2016
      9:00 AM - 10:00 AM

    Join us for a refreshing start of the week: in silence, prayer, meditation and community. Afterwards: coffee or tea to get you going. We gather…


Recurring Programs


Our weekly vegetarian meal.

Thursdays, 18:30


Gospel Choir

Love to sing.

Mondays, 19:00


Afternoon stress relief.

Tuesdays and Fridays, 16:00


Morning Prayer

Start the week fresh.

Mondays, 9:00



Spiritual Singing Circle

Reflective songs from different traditions. 

Tuesdays 19:30, every two weeks


Weekend activities

A great moment to meet people.

Saturdays/Sundays, every two weeks

Join the Refugee Project

The Refugee Project aims to welcome refugees into society. It activates students, Maastricht residents and refugees to build up relationships and take part in Maastricht life together.

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so what's

The Story?

Home. The InnBetween strives to be a second home for students in Maastricht. A place to eat, study, meet, be together, play games, share your life. The InnBetween aims to be an open-minded community that brings people from different backgrounds together.

Here’s our story. Spirituality is our core business. The InnBetween is rooted in Christianity. This means for us that we first listen to others, and then speak about ourselves. It means that we want to give students a place to be themselves and nothing else. It means we know many people have mixed thoughts about religious organisations. It means we are aware that religion is at the same time a source of hope ánd conflict. It means we are aware that people should be respected to the utmost, whatever they believe or not believe.

It means we are really inspired by that guy that lived 2000 years ago and shocked power institutions, cried with those who cry, and enjoyed to laugh and dance with happy souls. He touch the untouchables, he included outcasts and loved talking to strangers. He criticized outdated and oppressive religion, he lived for others and died for others. That’s our inspiration.

We would love to hear what inspires you. What motivates you. We are also open for your struggles and pain, for what makes you cry, and for what makes you laugh. Please join us in a good conversation over fresh food and a drink. Please join us in being silent for those who are denied to speak their minds. Please join us by bringing your true self to the table. See you soon!




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