Holy Trinity Church

Anglican worship in Geneva

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14 Feb: Lent News

Ash Wednesday is on 14 February and there will be a Sung Eucharist at 19h30. The setting for the Eucharist will be Vierne’s Messe Solennelle and the Anthem will be Remember not, Lord, our offences by Purcell. There will be also a said Eucharist with imposition of ashes at 7h30 in the morning that day for those who may be unable to…

LEARNING ABOUT THE ANGLICAN CHURCH – An activity for our younger members – 10 and 11 March

This event will take place at Holy Trinity Church during the weekend of Saturday 10 March and Sunday 11 March 2018. Programme SATURDAY 10 March Time 10am until 12.30 Activities – short talk, archive exhibition and quiz. This session is on the origins of our church and Anglicanism in 16th century Geneva and also the history of our present building Holy Trinity…

Breathing Space – Lenten Quiet Day 10th March

A day where you can pause, rest, and be alone with God in silence and prayer. Date: Saturday 10 March 9h30-16h30 Where: Cenacle: www.cenacle.ch (17, Prom. Charles-Martin, CH-1208 Genève) Cost: Suggested contribution 35CHF To Bring: Journal, bible, and pen; your own picnic lunch. Coffee, tea and light refreshments will be provided. RSVP: There are limited spaces so please register with Monica McKinlay…

LIEDERABEND – 16TH March at 7.30pm

An evening filled with romantic songs, art and poetry offered by Julia and friends on Friday 16 March, 19h30. Entrance is free but you can purchase art works by local artist Nikky Fleury and give in support of Holy Trinity and a cystic fibrosis charity (see Sonia Gunton for more information). All are welcome – there will be things to do for…

14 Apr: Outing to L’Isle (in the Jura)

  THE “ROUTE DES HUGUENOTS” AND PASTOR JEAN DE LERY, ETHNOLOGIST  SATURDAY, 14TH APRIL 2018   DISCOVER the unusual story of a Protestant Swiss Guard at the Court of Louis XIV, who was so indispensable to the King that he saved his job and his life, even after the revocation of the Edict of Nantes! Hear about how he lived to come…