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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…

5th December – The Big Conversation

“What the World Church has to teach us” The Open House, Ecumenical Centre 7-00- 9-30p.m. Isobel Phiri – Isobel Phiri has served in high office in the World Council of Churches for many years and brings sharp informed insights into the state of the world Church, and the lessons we can learn here from the experiences of the global family of faith.…

Your urgent help is needed

Do you feel inspired to play a role in the life of our young people at church? Currently, we need to have more helpers for Junior Church and our young people’s education programme. There is material available for every Sunday to enable you to guide our young people towards a full participation in the liturgical life of Holy Trinity Church, so don’t…

CERN weekly prayer meeting

 http://holytrinitygeneva.org/christians-at-cern/ Christians working at CERN meet together regularly for prayer and Bible study, from 12:30 till 13:00 every Wednesday on the Main CERN (Meyrin) site in Room B of the main building (just upstairs from the Bank.)   Because it’s often difficult to find other believers at a place like CERN, we recently set up a website: https://sites.google.com/site/christiansatcern/   If you work at…

CELEBRATING 40 YEARS –  Sunday, 1 July 2018

With the theme ‘Faith, Hope and Love’ Holy Trinity joined Canon Alex Gordon and his wife, Geraldine, in celebrating the 40th anniversary of Canon Alex’ ordination as a priest at a service of Solemn Mass. With just one service, so that the congregations normally attending at either 09h00 or at 10h30 could celebrate together, around 160 people including a 30-strong choir, attended…

Roy Damary

It is with sadness that we announce the death of our Reader, Dr Roy Damary, who died on Friday 22 June after a short illness.  Roy ministered at Holy Trinity Church over many years, was a faithful member of Holy Trinity Choir, and served the people of God here in many different and frequently hidden ways.  His death will leave a large…

Pilgrim Course (every other Wednesday)

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…