Holy Trinity Church

Anglican worship in Geneva

Recent Happenings at HTC

Fantastic day at the Christmas fair

What a fabulous fair. Crackers, crafts, cards, cakes and carols. Christmas spirit especially on the bottle Tombola. Stocking fillers, jams and mince meat, new gifts and kids activities, bric a brac and books and the new addition of kids clothes.  As usual the kitchen staff and mulled wine sellers kept the crowds fed and watered. Thank you to all who helped set up,…

MARUBA CHURCH LUNCH CONCERT

A special word of thanks from Irene Kalibala goes to Canon Alex for his support, Jane Brooks, Lift Ev’ry Voice Gospel Singers, and all those who came physically last Saturday and all those who have donated in different ways. Over CHF 2700 cash has been raised and the Maruba members raise their hands in praise singing “Tukutendereza”.  They have confirmed that windows…

Harvest Festival

The church looked spectacular, the pews were full and the food donations for the local hospice were generous.  The popular harvest hymns were sung with enthusiasm on a bright sunny morning here in Geneva.  The Junior choir performed ‘Harvest Praise’ and the main choir Rutter’s ‘For the beauty of the Earth’. The service was followed by an Italian themed Harvest Lunch.  Thank…

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…

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…