Holy Trinity Church

Anglican worship in Geneva

Church News (Page 2)

Choir Tour to Worcester Summer 2017

(7th – 11th August 2017) Holy Trinity Church Choir has just returned from a second successful trip to Worcester Cathedral, where our Musical Director, Mark Charles was a lay clerk for 10 years.   The choir sang five choral Evensongs and all five were directed by Mark Charles or Mark Jones, Assistant Musical Director, both of whom also played the cathedral organ. The…

Gospel Singing Workshop – a huge success

During the weekend of 12-14 May, Holy Trinity Church and Emmanuel Episcopal Church hosted a Gospel Singing Workshop.  Between 40 and 50 people of all ages took part in this weekend, under the direction of Florence-based Gospel singing Maestro Nehemiah Brown. The Choir learned much about the development of this musical genre and sang at the 10h30 Sung Eucharist in Holy Trinity…

Trinity Sunday – June 11

Friends, Trinity Sunday is Gift Day – our opportunity to express our generosity in response to God’s gifts to us On June 11 we celebrated our Feast of Title – Trinity Sunday was our day to commemorate the name of our church.  It was  also an important moment for us to pause and consider our mission in this city of Geneva. It…

2017 Annual General Meeting

The 2017 Annual General Meeting for Holy Trinity Church was held on Sunday 2 April at 11.15 in the Church Hall at Holy Trinity Church.  Congratulations to our two Church wardens – Ann Shazell and Fred Samuels.  They were formally ‘admitted’ by the Chaplain on behalf of Bishop Robert on Easter Sunday at the 10h30 Eucharist.  Also, we have two new Council members – Jo…

WORK ON THE CLOCK TOWER

Work in the church tower and renovation of the clock has now begun and is expected to last until early spring 2017.  Scaffolding around the tower is in place but the main entrance is still accessible to church-users, with care.  We apologise for any inconvenience caused, but look forward to having a fully revised clock with new housing in the near future.  

CARE & CONCERN

There is a powerful yet humbling kind of delight in tallying up our giving in a year and thanking the Lord that we have so much we are able then to give away.  The C&C group, here at HTC, run events to facilitate giving but we need some ideas beyond the barbeques, tombolas and concerts.  We will still continue to run these…