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Fair, finances and funding

CHRISTMAS FAIR: A little over CHF 15,000 were made at the Fair for church funds, thanks to a lot of teamwork and cheerful volunteers. So THANK YOU to those who supported the Christmas Fair in whatever way – through work, support and presence. There is still a chance to increase this year’s total. You can purchase CHRISTMAS CARDS, CHRISTMAS CRACKERS, and CRAFT…

Diocesan Study Pilgrimage for the CEMES

What great pictures – Temple Mount or Al Haram Al Sharif at 07.00 The Church of St Veronica The sixth station of the cross on the Via Dolorosa Roof of the Church of the Holy Sepulchre Eye of the Needle in the Lutheran Church. This is all part of the Diocesan Study Pilgrimage for the CEMES interns as part of their discernment…

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…

19th November – the Big Conversation

“Ecumenism…a dead duck?” The Open House, Ecumenical Centre 7.00 – 9-30 p.m. Matthew Ross has been involved in Ecumenical matters on behalf of the Church of Scotland for most of his working life.  He now works as part of the World Council of Churches in Geneva.  His insights and his passion are informed and infectious. No cost. If you wish to attend…