Holy Trinity Church

Anglican worship in Geneva

Posts from November 2018

18th November Ecumenical Service

SUNDAY NOVEMBER 18: There will be a special ecumenical service at 18h in S. Pierre Cathedral, Old Town, for the English-speaking congregations worshipping in Geneva. All are most welcome and encouraged to be present. There will be no evening service at Holy Trinity Church on that Sunday (it would normally be the Taizé Eucharist evening).

Christmas Cards

Christmas cards are here again. Our traditional “recycled” cards will now be on sale after the 9 00 and 10.30 services until the Christmas Fair. And this year there will be only one price: CHF1.00 each, with envelope.


FOLLOWING JESUS THROUGH THE FOUR GOSPELS Alan and Clare Amos were invited to lead the Swiss Archdeaconry Retreat.   Abandoned for some years because of lack of participants, it was encouraging that about 20 people from across Switzerland made their way to the mountains above Thun for the weekend. We arrived in bright late-summer sunshine and woke the following morning to snow.  The cold…


After some discussion and after consultation with Christine Damary, the Church Council is applying for a faculty to place a memorial plaque in the church, in thanksgiving for Roy’s long ministry as a Lay Reader. Council also recognises that members of the congregation and others may wish to make a donation in memory of Roy and again in consultation with Christine, it…

3rd December – Update on Brexit Negotiations

The British Embassy in Paris will be holding an event in Annecy on 3 December for British nationals in the area to update on Brexit negotiations with regards to citizens’ rights and to answer questions. The event will begin with a brief introduction and then the floor will open for questions.  Please click on link for tickets https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/british-embassy-citizens-outreach-annecy-tickets-52005686408