Children and Young People – Worship, Music & Social
Contact: Armel Ayegnon
Holy Trinity Church Geneva welcomes people of all ages from the youngest to the oldest, and we believe that everyone has an honoured and safe place within our community. We seek to provide a range of different ways for our younger members to learn about, practice and celebrate the Christian faith, and to find appropriate ways of support for it.
You will find more details on your right about the various groups and please do not hesitate to contact their leaders for more information. We also encourage our young people to take an active part in the regular worship of the church through serving at the altar, as well as through musical activities.
Learning opportunities are provided in Junior Church, the Focus group for 11-14s, as well as in a mentoring programme and discussion groups for 14-17s and young adults. Preparation for First Holy Communion and/or Confirmation can be arranged at any time. And there are plenty of social activities too for all ages. So, no matter what your age, you will find something for you at Holy Trinity Church Geneva. Welcome!
Babies through to young adults
Sunday activities for all ages
There is a group for all ages from 3 upwards and babies and toddles are welcome in the south transept where there are playmates and toys
Junior Church for those aged 3 – 11 years
Focus Group for our pre-teens aged 11 – 14 years
Youth Group for teenagers 14 – 17 years
Young Adults programme for over 18s
Wednesday mornings for the little ones
Small Time Group – For parents and carers and their babies and young children every Wednesday from 10.00 to 12.15 in the Church Hall for playtime, story time, singing and activities.
We are also keen for children and young people to be involved in both our social and outreach programmes. Opportunities are provided for young people to join teams providing lunch to the needy at the Jardin de Montbrilliant one Saturday each month as well as other projects through Serve the City. Volunteers are always needed at the Spring and Christmas Fairs and in organising and promoting our varied social programme.
Music for Young People – There are lots of opportunities for the young members of the Church to engage in musical activities.
We are a safe church
We recognize the importance of our ministry and work with children and young people and our responsibility to protect everyone entrusted to our care. This place of worship is committed to the safety of all and to ensuring their well-being.
Safeguarding Officer: Pierre Laravoire
We subscribe to the Diocese of Europe Safeguarding Policy and Protocols – more details can be found here https://europe.anglican.org/safeguarding/safeguarding
If you would like to contribute to our Youth Ministry, information about donating is available on our Giving page. Please mark any donations specifically for the Youth Ministry. Thank you.