Church of England Diocese in Europe

Facilities and features

Click on the tags below to learn more about each.

Accessibility

Toilets
Baby Changing Facilities

Please use the railings around the gardens for bike parking

Parking for those with disabled permits only

Accessible Toilet
Accessible car parking
Ramped entrance
Hearing (induction) Loop
Large Print
Assistance Dogs

Our Building

Listed Building

Music and Worship

Concerts / Live Music

A much treasured musical resource is the two-manual organ by Kuhn of Männedorf. Built in 1985, it represents the highest craftsmanship of the Swiss school of organ-building. Though small, it adapts very well to many different musical styles. In 2016 the organ underwent extensive restoration including the addition of electronic playing aids.
We have an annual series of Organ Recitals and offer an organ scholarship with free tuition

Book of Common Prayer Services

We are a mixed, robed choir specialising in the repertoire of the Anglican liturgy from early Renaissance to present-day. We meet every Thursday at 20.00 for rehearsal, and we sing at most 10.30 and 19.00 services. Any one with an interest in singing please contact Mark Charles. Upcoming highlights include a week’s residency in Worcester Cathedral and the annual carol service at Geneva Cathedral on Christmas Eve. We have an extensive library of the best of English and European composers, and our monthly diet includes Choral Evensongs and Masses.

We also have an active junior choir and gospel choir and offer choral scholarships


Groups, Courses and Activities

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.
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 – 10 years
Focus Group for our pre-teens aged 11 – 14 years
Youth Group for teenagers 14 – 17 years
Young Adults programme for over 18s during the week

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.

Our small Bible study groups meet at the church as well as in homes. One group meets in the downstairs church hall on Tuesdays, from 12h30 until 13h30. One home group meets in Chambésy on Wednesday mornings from 10h00 to 11h30.
Lectio Divina - Wednesdays from 12h30 to 13h15 in the Church. This is a meditative practice. With the help of a short Bible study passage read aloud three or four times, this is a chance to allow a word or phrase from the passage to speak to you and to listen for what God may be saying to you in the moment.

We have regular coffee and croissants after the 9am service, coffee after the 10.30 service and an apero once a month after Evensong

We have a huge number of community events including fairs, talks, quizzes during the year - check out our website for the latest list

This group caters for babies and children aged 0-4 years, together with their parents and carers.
We meet every Wednesday from 10.00 until 12.15 during term-time.
We begin with a time of free play with toys for the children while the adults have coffee and refreshments, followed by Story Time, songs and prayers, and then a different craft activity each week for the older children if they wish.
People are, however, free to drop in or leave early according to the needs of their child’s schedule. We are a diverse mix of nationalities and ages, some of whom have been in Geneva for many years, some of whom are very new to the area, which allows for the exchange of helpful information for newcomers, as well as the formation of new friendships.

We are always very happy to welcome any newcomers and the group is free of charge.

This group caters for babies and children aged 0-4 years, together with their parents and carers.

We meet every Wednesday from 10.00 until 12.15 during term-time.

We begin with a time of free play with toys for the children while the adults have coffee and refreshments, followed by Story Time, songs and prayers, and then a different craft activity each week for the older children if they wish.

People are, however, free to drop in or leave early according to the needs of their child’s schedule. We are a diverse mix of nationalities and ages, some of whom have been in Geneva for many years, some of whom are very new to the area, which allows for the exchange of helpful information for newcomers, as well as the formation of new friendships.

We are always very happy to welcome any newcomers and the group is free of charge.

We have a care and concern group that support charities locally and furthur afield. We also offer lunch for 200 plus at the local soup kitchen once per month

Youth Group (for teenagers 14 – 17 years old)
Group run jointly with Emmanuel Episcopal Church
Meets twice a month at noon on Sundays for a meal and study at alternate churches.
Social outings and ski weekends are also planned.


Help for Visitors

Free wifi
Guidebooks / Notes

We’re open for quiet thought and reflection – Mon: 07.00 – 18.00,,Tues: 08.00 – 16.00, Weds: 09.30 – 14.00 (school holidays 12:30 to 13:30), Thurs: 09.00 – 18.00, Fri: 09.00 – 13.00 (and til 16:00 in term times), Sat: 07.00 – 18.00 and Sun: 07.30 – 20.00. The church may be closed exceptionally at other times – notably during holiday periods or when there are additional security risks.


Other Features

Please contact the church office for rates and more info