Holy Trinity Church

Anglican worship in Geneva

Church News (Page 2)

4th April Pilgrim Course and every Wednesday onwards

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…

Building Tomorrow Update

‘We know that there is some frustration about the length of time it is taking to come back to the congregation with the results of the work that has been going on over the last couple of years and Council’s latest thinking.  In addition to renovating and beautifying both the Church and the Hall with worship at the centre, part of our…

Volunteering Opportunities in Geneva

Thinking about serving others – the Church office maintains a list of current charitable organisations looking for help in the Geneva area.  The church also cooks a meal for the homeless once per month at the Jardin de Montbrillant – contact Frederick Samuels if keen to help out.  We are also looking at the opportunity to help sort donations in the warehouse after…

OPPORTUNITIES for YOUNG PEOPLE

 Our young people are invited to join in some events organised by other churches. Project compassion in Serbia, 30 March – 7 April, ages: 14–19 Youth Across Europe in Florence, 9-13 May, ages: 13-18 Juniors Across Europe in Clermont-Ferrand, 10-13 May, ages: 10-13 An Inter-Church Youth Group, meeting every Friday evening, from 6-9 pm, from 23 February until end June, mainly in…

The Clock – back in action

Geneva, February 2, 2018  In case it has escaped the notice of any of Holy Trinity’s congregation, the church clock is telling the time, for the first time since October 17, 2014, when it was removed for restoration at Geneva’s horological school. The clock has in fact been ticking unnoticed since before Christmas, but it was only on January 19, 2018 that…

A city without love is like a city without water…….

Our very own Clare Amos who is the honorary director of lay discipleship in the Diocese in Europe, looks back on a 40-year association with Jerusalem, which began with a gap year in 1970 and included time as course director in the city’s St George’s College. Check out the Anglican News Blog: http://www.anglicannews.org/blogs/2018/01/a-city-without-love-is-like-a-city-without-water.aspx Or read on: “A city without love is like…