Holy Trinity Church

Anglican worship in Geneva

Sermons from March 2021

Monday Compline in Holy Week – Canon Alan Amos

Monday Compline in Holy Week In the name of God…. The Psalms have been over the ages  a source of continual refreshment in the life  of prayer,  in Temple , synagogue and in  Church,  and for many of us in our daily lives as we attempt to pray,  they are a source of great help and comfort.  When I think of the…

Giving thanks for Geoffrey Studdert Kennedy. Canon Alan Amos – 11 March

First a brief summary of his life.,, Born in Leeds on 27 June 1883, Studdert Kennedy was the seventh of nine children born to Jeanette Anketell and William Studdert Kennedy who was, vicar of St Mary’s, Quarry Hill in Leeds, He was educated at Leeds Grammar School and Trinity College, Dublin, where he gained a degree in classics and divinity in 1904.[3] After ordination  he became a curate at St Andrew’s Church, Rugby and then, in 1914, the vicar of…

Lent Three 7th March – Chris Walsh

Perhaps, like me, you used to sing the hymn ‘Gentle Jesus, meek and mild’ as a young person. I don’t question at all the characterisation of our Lord as gentle, meek , but I am not so sure about ‘mild’. It paints a picture of one rather passive, kindly but pushed around by the will of those around him. I don’t recall…