Holy Trinity Church

Anglican worship in Geneva

Church News (Page 2)

MEMORIAL for ROY DAMARY

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…

Brexit: an end to diversity in unity?

Read the latest blog from the honorary Director of Lay Discipleship in the Diocese in Europe, our very own Dr Clare Amos, on the nature of the continent of Europe and the implications of Britain’s decision to leave the European Union. http://www.anglicannews.org/blogs/2018/10/brexit-an-end-to-diversity-in-unity.aspx

HOLY TRINITY CHURCH CLOCK BACK in ACTION!

Passers-by will have noticed that the church clock is now fully restored to its former glory and working accurately – all thanks to a very generous donation from a Geneva charitable trust and the hard work of members of Geneva’s horological school, under the direction of M. Jean-Pierre Curchod.  A book detailing the process, written by Alan Downing who was responsible for…

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…

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…

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…