Welcome to Holy Trinity Church, Geneva PDF Print E-mail

Holy Trinity Anglican Church is a church in the Archdeaconry of Switzerland, part of the Church of England's Diocese in Europe. The church is situated near the centre of Geneva on Rue du Mont Blanc, between the bridge and the railway station (see map).

Services are held in English, and the congregation comes from many different nationalities and backgrounds.

For information about all our MUSICAL activities, please read the articles under 'Music', in the 'Worship & Music' menu at the top of this page.

Part-time Youth Worker sought PDF Print E-mail

Council decided at its last meeting to advertise for a part-time youth-worker.  This will help fill the gap since the joint-youth agreement with Emmanuel Church ended last summer and Louise Cox left.  For practical reasons, we would like if possible to find someone already based in or near Geneva and the advertisement can be seen here.


Thank you for spreading the word and for letting the church office know of any particular places we might place the advertisement ( This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it ), in case we have not already thought of them.


On Sunday 7 Februrary at the 10.30 service, in the presence of Bishop Robert as our Celebrant and Preacher, Holy Trinity Church will be presenting 6 candidates for confirmation:  Marie Alemi, Anna Charles, Foster Cunliffe, Aislinn Dawson, Carlos Gonzalez and Louis Kirkman.  Please pray for them.  Refreshments will follow this service to which all are warmly invited.


Our fifth Newsletter concerning the HTC Organ Restoration Project can be downloaded here. Please take a few moments to read through this newsletter which will give you an idea of the aims and challenges we have met and progress made.  You can also pick up a printed copy from the Welcome Desk in church.


On Sunday 7 February at 5 pm, Robert Evans will be playing works by Vierne, Bach, Reinken, Mendelssohn, Yon, and improvisations on our newly refurbished organ in church - see the poster to the right or pick up a copy from church and help us advertise.  There will be a retiring collection in aid of the Organ Appeal.  The recital is followed by a reception and Choral Evensong at 7 pm with Holy Trinity Choir and guest singers.


For full details of the organ appeal and how to contribute, you can also visit the webpage http://holytrinitygeneva.org/appeal/.

Abbey Library St. Gallen PDF Print E-mail

The current exhibition, The Advent of Printing – The Incunabula of the Abbey Library of St Gall, runs until 6 March 2016 and focuses on incunabula from the time of Gutenberg up to 1500. This exhibition provides an overview of the first few decades of the new technology and the Abbey Library is proud to present part of its valuable collection, which has been carefully restored over the past two years.


A group from Holy Trinity will be visiting this exhibition on Saturday 27 February 2016.


We will be taking an early train to St Gall where we will be joined by Jenny Horlent from the Zug Anglican community, who is a translator for the Library (Dorinda's sister!)  We will have a guided visit of the exhibits followed by a light lunch in the cafeteria.  The afternoon will be free for visiting this pretty town (where they also have the national lace museum), and we return to Geneva by train at a mutually agreed time.  However, if you want to return earlier, later, or make a weekend of it, you are of course free to do so.


Cost: Train fare to St Gall – if you live in a Swiss commune you can ask at the town hall for a day ticket (most town halls sell them for CHF 40.--); we will divide up the guide’s fee between the total number of participants; lunch and refreshments.


To sign up: Church Office, 022 731 51 55 This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .



This year’s appeal is for the education of Palestinian children in the Holy Land and supports the Arab Evangelical Episcopal School in Ramallah in the West Bank.  It will help the Anglican Diocese of Jerusalem in the distribution of bursaries to needy students.

Please read the letter from Bishop Robert for further information and to find out how you can donate.


As in previous years, a collection of Lenten devotionals is available in a small booklet, which can be downloaded here.  Or pick up a copy from the welcome desk next time you are in church.


We shall be using these texts as a basis for discussion at a series of Lenten lunches (soup, cheese and bread) to be held in the church hall at 12.30 pm, on Fridays during Lent.  All are welcome to join us - please call the host in advance to facilitate catering.  A collection will be made after each lunch to be donated to Bishop Robert's Lent Appeal (see above).


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