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  • Apr, 26: H. Communion (Dutch)

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  • Apr, 29: Holy Communion (said)

  • May, 3: H. Communion

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An Early Easter Poem


Dear Friends in Christ, Happy Easter!!! At the time of publishing this Newsletter there are many sermons to prepare and I am saving my thoughts for those.  But who better to express something of the joy of the Resurrection of our Lord than St John Chrysostom, “the golden-mouthed” doctor of […]

Holy Week and Easter Services!


Palm Sunday (March 29): 9am Sung Communion (English) 11am Solemn Communion (English) We begin marching triumphantly into Jerusalem following Jesus singing Hosanna! and then soon hear the horror of his passion and death on the Cross. Monday to Wednesday: 8pm Compline (English) At these quiet reflective services we hear read the passion […]

Sign up for the Electoral Roll


Have you been regularly worshipping at Holy Trinity Utrecht for the last six months?  Then you can sign up for the electoral roll.  Deadline is April 12th 2015.  If you have already signed up on the electoral roll in the past year, it is valid for three years, so no need […]

Student Alpha 2015


Holy Trinity Anglican Church is hosting a Student Alpha Course on Thursday nights from February-April 2015.  The course consists of seven consecutive Thursday evenings and a weekend.  We have supper together beginning at 6:30pm, then listen to a 30 minute talk about some core aspect of the Christian faith and we follow […]

Christian Classics Study Group – Boethius’ Consolation of Philosophy


Friday March 6, 6:30pm The next text we are considering is a famous  work by Boethius from the 6th century (it is only about 150 small pages of text). Boethius was a Christian advisor to Emperor Theodoric, but was wrongly accused by envious rivals of treason. He was convicted and, while […]

Dionysius the what?


Dear Friends in Christ: In January I went to Savannah Georgia for a theological conference on the writings of Dionysius the Areopagite, a 6th century mystical theologian whose precise origins are unknown, and of Richard Hooker, a magisterial Anglican Reformer and apologist who wrote in the late 16th century, under […]