Holy Trinity Church

Anglican worship in Geneva

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What comes in and what goes out…. a finance update

In the first half of the year, CHF 177,000 came in and CHF 184,000 went out.  The charts below show our income in blue and a breakdown of our expenditure in yellow. Two thirds of our income, 63%, enables our direct ministry: the privilege of having a full-time priest, many services, opportunities to worship for all who wish to come and pastoral…

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…

Building Tomorrow Update No 3

OPEN MEETINGS for the PRESENTATION of BUILDING TOMORROW: We are in the process of arranging a number of meetings to enable the presentation to members of the congregation the Council’s hopes for the Building Tomorrow strategic plan. To enable everyone to take part, the following times have been suggested: Sunday 7 October and 21 October after the 10h30 Eucharists Thursday 11 October…

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…

Welcome to our new organ scholar

Federico Terzi Federico was born in 1994 and he began his musical studies in Italy. After getting the Bachelor in Organ (cum laude) at Conservatoire of Come, he studied at Civica Scuola di Musicaof Milan with Lorenzo Ghielmi focusing on ancient and baroque music. At the moment, he studies at the Haute École de Musique de Genèvewith Alessio Corti for the Master…

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…

Roy Damary

It is with sadness that we announce the death of our Reader, Dr Roy Damary, who died on Friday 22 June after a short illness.  Roy ministered at Holy Trinity Church over many years, was a faithful member of Holy Trinity Choir, and served the people of God here in many different and frequently hidden ways.  His death will leave a large…

Pilgrim Course (every other Wednesday)

PILGRIM COURSE: for some time, the Chaplain has been hoping that we might be able to host an opportunity for people – of any age but particularly young adults – to learn more about the Christian Faith. The Church of England, knowing something of the success of Alpha and Emmaus courses, has produced material for its own Pilgrim Course. If you would…