Andreas Tabarius (Simon Boer), priest at the Bonner Saviour Church, it's great: His four sons are in a good mood, and the first kiss with his secretary Catherine (Annika Ernst) is close enough to touch. But just now there is a young man at the door, plunging the otherwise so clear and conciliatory thinking Andreas in a dilemma: Konstantin Berger (Lucas Reiber) caused the accident in which Andreas' wife was killed. He had committed a hit and run time. Now he expects Christian Andreas forgiveness. While Andreas struggling for the right way, he brings his eldest son Luke (Gerrit Klein) on against him and renewed by a clumsy throw the Bible his enmity with Presbyterin Constanze Abel (Tamara Rohloff). Catherine befriends Christine Larsen (Julia-Maria Köhler), which advertises itself as choir director in the church - and commits a big mistake.
As life in the home Tabarius were not already turbulent enough, suddenly Andreas' father Richard is at the door. And that too in the company of his young Polish nurse Ewa. Andreas is already more than busy with his work, and Constanze Abel waving the hatchet again excavated. There is no time for Katharina, who suffers from her accident with Christine Larsen and with the allegations of Christine's husband Björn must cope. Andreas is struggling to keep all the threads in his hand and also to spend some time with his boys. When Richard Andreas asks you to trust him and Ewa, before they embark on a trip to Italy, old conflicts come to light.
Catherine accident with Christine Larsen puts forth its shadow over Andreas Tabarius' community: Catherine comes with its debt is not clear what she and Andreas increasingly alienated. Andreas noticed the helplessness of Christine's husband Björn, but his attempts at mediation fail. Meanwhile, Andreas not get with that makes creating the pocket money his brother Tom his third elder Jo, and has concluded with the troublemakers of the school friendship. And Luke finds that just now would be the right time to move in with his new girlfriend Lea.
After long childlessness a member of the church council has become unexpectedly pregnant with end 40. Sandra Kalinder is worried that the child might not be healthy because of their age, while her husband looks completely unconcerned about the future. Rev. Andreas Tabarius, himself a father of four healthy sons must wife Kalinders fears are just, but also the attitude of the Protestant Church. Luke pulls with his girlfriend Lea in an apartment together. Andreas is angry: He would be at home to rely on Luke, because there is now haywire. Tom does not want to be the new "elder" in the house, and a hungry Jakob should be better left in the kitchen alone.
Catherine's antique shop is in financial difficulties. Against the advice of Tom Zahlenteufel they still buy a beautiful bronze statue, which offers a young man to her. Willi Kockelkorn meanwhile, is indignant because the cemetery valuable sculpture is stolen. Together with Jacob he lies in wait to ask the thieves that can only be members of a Romanian gang of robbers for him. Andrew and Luke are still divided, despite Constanze Abels' intervention. Andreas gets to crown it all, bad news: The Superintendent will provide him with an additional pastor of the page. Andreas is as stunned and overlooks the fact that Catherine needs his support.
Angelika Heller (Gitta Schweighofer) is overwhelmed with the care of her father Rolf (Michael Degen). Rolf wants to stay in no case in a retirement home, but in his home. Angelika asks Andreas Tabarius for assistance. After another argument with Constanze Abel finds this out, that she has to fight with the care of a loved one, of whose existence Andreas previously knew nothing. And he tries to understand why Catherine had separated from him. Incidentally must Andreas about his new motivated colleagues Marc Wenkstern prevent tearing do too many tasks per se. To his astonishment, it is at the end of Marc, who finds the solution to the problem of Brüggemanns.
Rev. Andreas Tabarius (Simon Boer) is faced with an unusual case: Hans Gerstein (Hansa Czypionka), who left 17 years ago his family overnight and was missing since then, suddenly reappears in order to reconcile with his wife and child. Andreas takes up the case, but the fronts between Hans and Renate (Petra Kleinert), which has long since been a new man and so wonderful mentor for her daughter Pia (Annina Euling) found, are hardened. While Andreas tried everything to move both to a debate, he does not notice that Tom (Luke Karlsch) throws his graduation exam and also Jo (Tom Hoßbach) gets more and more on the straight and narrow. From his father not heard, Tom turns to Catherine (Annika Ernst) and confides in her that he is unlucky in love and therefore wants to drop out of school. Also Catherine feels are undervalued by Andreas - he does not notice that she must give up her bookshop. A painful separation is imminent and Constanze (Tamara Rohloff), which has to adopt their husband's home. No wonder that threatens Andreas between all these problems to lose track
The gay couple Carsten van Eifel (Marc Ben Puch) and Sven Büter (André Röhner) wishes calculated by Andreas' (Simon Boer) competitors Marc Wenkstern (Lee Rychter) be married in the Church, which precedes the reputation of a modern pastor. When Marc Wenkstern but turns out to be a hardliner and rejects the blessing of the two men, sparked a dispute between the two pastors. This results in the Saviour Church to a fundamental debate about "gay marriage" and to the fact that even the most two men planned their wedding in question. Meanwhile, Andreas is still stumped, oppress how worried his son Tom (Luke Karlsch). When Tom feels increasingly threatened by his father, he is bursting with all the family with its worries out. Andreas wonders why he knows so little about his son. In an interview with Catherine (Annika Ernst), he learns that she already knew about Tom's problems. Andreas is disappointed. Got it feels in this situation by Christine (Julia Maria Köhler), which means that the two closer together. Even Luke (Gerrit Klein) and Andrew, who had fallen out since Luke's excerpt because his girlfriend Lea (Katrin Hess), back through Tom's personal crisis together. ? Can the Tabarius Men Tom help - true to its motto "We stick together no matter what"
Rev. Andreas Tabarius (Simon Boer) is a woman whose husband killed himself and a funeral of a special kind wishes. Assistance he finds Christine Larsen (Julia Maria Köhler), and the two come closer unexpectedly.
In the Saviour Church parish council elections are due. As a long-time chairman expects Constanze Abel (Tamara Rohloff) with a re-election, but there is a nasty surprise: Your Alternate Ms Breckwoldt (Annette Strasser) they want to dethrone. Andreas (Simon Boer) takes a newborn into her home, which was suspended before the church. As a widower, he knows only too well that a child needs his family, he sets out to search for the mother. When he finds it, he must ask yourself: Is this child might be better mobilized in a loving foster family than a woman who does not feel able to be a mother? Privately, Andreas has problems: Catherine (Annika Ernst) that the kiss between Andrew and Christine (Julia Maria Köhler) has observed, is jealous. And Christine denies before Katharina their burgeoning feelings for Andrew.
Andreas Tabarius (Simon Boer) is confronted with an exceptional case: A financially in distress sanctuary urgently needs help. An idea of how to support the owner Alexandra Keun (Maike Bollow) and save the yard, was born quickly: Through a fashion show funds should be collected in the Saviour Church. But Andreas encounters with this unconventional method with fierce resistance, which he has to deal with the subject "What donate". While Andrew is involved in the fundraiser fully, Constanze fights Abel (Tamara Rohloff) in a completely different front: After stepping down, have Marc and Anna Breckwoldt (Annette Strasser) in a high-handed action sexton Willi Kockelkorn dismissed. ? If the cards are in the Saviour Church now reshuffled
The power struggle between Andreas Tabarius (Simon Boer) and Marc Wenkstern (Lee Rychter) reaches its climax. Andreas inviting him to a crisis meeting with his superiors Voigt (Jochen Kolenda). This - incited by Wenkstern - is of Andreas' leadership style displeased and fears for the reputation of his community. Voigt makes it clear that he sees a potential replacement for Andreas in Wenkstern pastor and preach Andreas that he will choose one of them. The battle for the pastor item is opening up. Privately must fight Andreas struggles with his problem child Jo (Tom Hoßbach), which is increasingly involved in the drug business. Andreas sees as a last resort, Jo to send off to boarding school. Catherine (Annika Ernst) tries to mediate between father and son and ends up herself caught in the crossfire, while Christine (Julia Maria Köhler) Andreas stands with advice. And also to Andreas' eldest son Luke (Gerrit Klein) everything goes exactly as planned: Having long since finished with his ex Lea (Katrin Hess), this is suddenly in front of the door and provide him with a momentous message.