Holy Trinity Church

Anglican worship in Geneva

Recent Happenings at HTC

Ascension days… past. Recollection by Simone Meyer

For many years we would go up the mountain (aux Monts Voirons) to celebrate a Eucharist service on Ascension Day.That happened several years with The Revd. Mervyn Puleston, also with The Revd. Mike French and once with the Revd. Sue Nightingdale.The weather would dictate where the celebration took place.In the open air, outside the Sanctuary, facing Mont Blanc. Or, the Sisters would…

ZOOM Security Update!

There are always concerns about cyber security and we would urge all parishioners to contact the church office if they have concerns about Zoom before sharing information with others. There is a lot of misinformation about and most of the highly publicised issues have been either fixed or shown not to be accurate. We have provided a summary below of what ZOOM…

Update from Federico

Federico Terzi – update from our Organ Scholar Corona Crisis has been changing our habits and many aspects of our lives. It is not such an easy period for musicians – professional ones or students – since music needs contacts, reality and sharing and all these factors have been temporally suspended by public health measures.The current situation is ever more difficult for…

Annual Report and Acounts

At its recent meeting, Council approved the Accounts for 2019 to be presented to the AGM for formal agreement. As you know the original date for the AGM had to be postponed. We publicised two tentative dates for our AGM, the first on Sunday, 14th June and the second, which is looking the more likely, on Sunday, 27th September. However, we thought…

‘And God saw it was good’ – The Bible and Creation

What had been planned for a morning’s Bible study held physically in Holy Trinity Church Geneva, typically attracting around 35 people, turned into an exciting new development for lay discipleship and training across the Diocese in Europe.  Dr Clare Amos gave her planned talk from the UK over Zoom, spread over two sessions of an hour each attended by over 80 people…

Books, Marmalade and Paddington Bear -the first of a series of back stories about HTC

………..and don’t forget this year’s marmalade is on sale now – contact the office for details It was March 1991 and unsurprisingly as always HTC desperately needed extra income to balance its accounts.  Carole Puleston, the chaplain’s wife, suggested we hold a one-off all-weekend sale of books to empty the cellar in the Versoix Church House** where they had been in storage…