Holy Trinity Church

Anglican worship in Geneva

Recent Happenings at HTC

Lent 2019 Homilies

This year during Lent I have tried as we have progressed through the Sunday lectionary for year C to look at some ways in which we may discover the transfiguring presence of God in cloudy areas of our lives, picking up, of course, on the Gospel for the Sunday before Lent which is the story of Christ’s Transfiguration. The homilies are more…

Images and Report from this year’s AGM

Our Laetare Sunday Our AGM took place this morning, Sunday, 31 March.  It was Laetare (Rejoice) or Refreshment Sunday, currently known as Mothering Sunday, when roses of different colours were blessed, then handed first by children to their mothers before being more widely distributed.  It is one of only two Sundays when the Chaplain wears a pink chasuble.  Attended by 74 adults,…

Bishop David’s visit to HTC

Bishop David, Suffragan Bishop, whose responsibilities include issuing ‘faculties’ for the Diocese, visited Holy Trinity today with Mr Mike Tutill, the consultant building engineer, to review the plans for Building Tomorrow. After a presentation by Mark Charles, project manager, an intrepid group, + David, Mike, Mark, Mary Talbot and Ben Jesudoss, ascended the Tower to see the clock and then further up…

Our choir performs for the Archbishop of Canterbury

The Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby visited the World Council of Churches (WCC) in Geneva on 16 February WCC to celebrate its 70th anniversary.  Clare Amos who was involved in coordinating this event arranged for HTC choir to sing during the service where the Archbishop spoke on an “ecumenism of action”.  Our choir (with support from members of Emmanuel) sang a setting…