Holy Trinity Church

Anglican worship in Geneva

Posts from July 2018

CERN weekly prayer meeting

 http://holytrinitygeneva.org/christians-at-cern/ Christians working at CERN meet together regularly for prayer and Bible study, from 12:30 till 13:00 every Wednesday on the Main CERN (Meyrin) site in Room B of the main building (just upstairs from the Bank.)   Because it’s often difficult to find other believers at a place like CERN, we recently set up a website: https://sites.google.com/site/christiansatcern/   If you work at…

Update on Finances

Thank you to all those who contributed for your generous response to the Gift Day, which yielded CHF 12,000. This has allowed us to narrow the deficit at the half-year, end June, to CHF 8,500, compared with a deficit of CHF 3,000 at the same time last year. A deficit at the end of the year is still forecast and we will…

Road Works

ROAD WORKS: During the months of July and August, the “Société Industriel de Genève” (SIG) will be working on gas pipes in the Rue du Mont Blanc. During the works, SIG vehicles will be using part of our courtyard and diverting the path along the western strip of the forecourt.  Please bear this in mind if you need to park here.

July 2018 – Choir Outing to Chandolin

““Entre Terre et Ciel”. Writers such as Ella Maillart and Corinne Bille have been inspired to write about this old village, perched high above the Val d’Anniviers at 2’000 metres on a sunny spur of mountain. A group of 17 choir members and congregation made their way up from Geneva to this alpine paradise to enjoy a weekend of breathtaking views and…

CELEBRATING 40 YEARS –  Sunday, 1 July 2018

With the theme ‘Faith, Hope and Love’ Holy Trinity joined Canon Alex Gordon and his wife, Geraldine, in celebrating the 40th anniversary of Canon Alex’ ordination as a priest at a service of Solemn Mass. With just one service, so that the congregations normally attending at either 09h00 or at 10h30 could celebrate together, around 160 people including a 30-strong choir, attended…

Some good news

GOOD NEWS:  Julia Lacey, who is in the process of discernment of a vocation to the priesthood, has been accepted for training.  This means that from September this year, Julia will begin a process of vocational formation over the next three years which will, we pray, ultimately lead to her ordination to the diaconate and then priesthood.  We are very happy at…