Holy Trinity Church

Anglican worship in Geneva

CORONAVIRUS – UPDATE PAGE, RESOURCES, NEWS

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Council Decision re Covid Certificates – 20 December 2021

The Holy Trinity Council has decided, following the latest changes to the Swiss Covid19 regulations, that the following services will require a covid certificate and accompanying photo ID:

Sunday 9.00

Sunday 10.30

Any other special services where more than 50 people are expected to attend, including but not limited to funerals and forthcoming religious events such as Lent and Easter.

The Council have decided that the following services will not require covid certificates as attendance numbers do not require it:

Thursday 10.00

Sunday 18.00

This is subject to change without notice should attendance rise sufficiently to make this necessary or the sanitary situation deteriorate.

AT ALL OUR SERVICES MASKS MUST BE WORN AT ALL TIMES AND MUST CORRECTLY COVER THE NOSE, MOUTH AND CHIN.

COMMON WORSHIP EUCHARIST – 23 January – 9am IN CHURCH

ALL AGE EUCHARIST – 23 January 10.30 – IN CHURCH AND ONLINE

FOR ZOOM: Join Zoom Meeting
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Meeting ID: 862 8944 8780
Passcode: 433022

CHORAL EVENSONG – 23 JANUARY 2022 – 18.00 IN CHURCH

New Information about Midweek Services

A note from the Chaplain
Mid-Week Communion Services
We are now holding midweek services of Holy Communion on Wednesdays and Thursdays and I thought it would be helpful to let you know the details of the arrangements for both days;
On Wednesdays, we will hold a Service of Holy Communion at 10.00am online which will be led on some weeks by Canon Alan Amos and on others by me. We will have some BCP and some Common Worship services and the pattern for each month will be as follows:
 
Week 1     Common Worship                 (DG)
Week 2     Book of Common Prayer      (AA)
Week 3     Common Worship                (AA)
Week 4     Book of Common Prayer     (AA)
Week  5    Book of Common Prayer     (DG)     This will be just in the months when there are 5 weeks, for example as in this current month of June.
 
On Thursdays, we will have a service of BCP Holy Communion in church at 10.00am.  We will use a standard Order of Service which can be used each week and the readings and collect and prayer list for the week will be available on a separate sheet.
I hope that this will provide good variety in our worship and the opportunity for as many people as possible to access our services of Holy Communion during the week.  We are on a journey together in our worship, particularly as we begin to hold more services in church whilst maintaining some online services and we will review this regularly.  Your feedback and comments are always welcome.
Yours in Christ
Daphne

BCP ONLINE EUCHARIST – Wed 26th January 2021 at 10.00 – ZOOM ONLY

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BCP EUCHARIST – Thursday 27th January 2021 – 10.00 – IN CHURCH

COVID CERTIFICATES ARE NOT REQUIRED FOR THIS SERVICE BUT MASKS MUST BE WORN CORRECTLY AT ALL TIMES.

Please also remember that our operating costs have not changed with the current virus situation, even though our offertory has.  We would urge you to continue to donate either online (https://holytrinitygeneva.org/appeals/giving-online_donation/)  or by setting up a regular Pledge. 

CORONAVIRUS SUPPORT NETWORK

In these unprecedented and unsettling times, we need to support each other. We have a large number of people who would love to help others and we must have people who would love some help or telephone company.

We need to collect information on 2 sets of people; (i) those of us who are able & willing to help and (ii) those of us who need help. We can all help, even if you are staying safe at home, you could offer to keep in touch with people by telephone.

Can I please ask you to reply if you are able and would like to do any (or all) of the following :

  • Shopping – this includes delivering whilst respecting security distances. As far as possible, I will try and make it local to you. I am available in Eaux-Vives, for example.
  • Medicine – if people need medicine, we can either pick it up and deliver or I can arrange for your pharmacy to deliver to you.
  • Staying in touch – it would be great if we could ensure there is a telephone chain where we all get a certain number of people to call. If you have people you are close to, please let me know and I will allocate them to you. Calls don’t need to be long, just regular.

Please let us know if you need help with shopping or medicine. Please also let us know if you know of anyone who might need some help. And it is not just our elders and betters, we are all susceptible to having to isolate or being unwell.

Please also let us know if you, or anyone you know, would like to be included on the telephone chain. I think the more the merrier, so please let me know what the best number to contact you on is.

We will be sending emails every week, but please feel free to write to Michele in the office if you feel like a chat.

Please stay safe, let us know if you need us and we look forward to making sure we stay connected. 

With warm regards, 

https://holytrinitygeneva.org/people/michele-walker/