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Friday 14th December: Lichtjestocht Utrecht Oost

Once again Holy Trinity Church is the starting point for the candle lit route through the neighbourhood around the Wilhelminapark. From 6:oo pm to 7:15 pm you can start your travels through the Christmas story, your way lit by 2000 small candles. You will meet Romans, angels, shepherds with their flocks, king Herod and the wise men from the east. They will tell you all about the incredible things they have seen and experienced over the…

Bishop’s Advent Appeal

The Bishop in Europe: The Right Reverend Dr. Robert Innes  Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ, BISHOP’S ADVENT APPEAL 2018 This year’s Advent Appeal is to enable St. Andrew’s Moscow to equip their church with a kitchen. St. Andrew’s is committed to the work of reconciliation and the building of trust between peoples. It fulfils this key element of our diocesan strategy in a unique and powerful way. It is not putting it too strongly…

* Starts December 12th * Advent and Epiphany Study: Learning to Hear God’s Voice!

Holy Trinity is holding a number of study evenings through Advent and Epiphany  – in English – on ‘Learning to hear God’s voice’. It is a 6-part course, which will be spread across six Wednesday evenings in December, January and the start of February. Across the 6 sessions, we consider Jesus as a model for our life and our service in the church, and so we can learn from how he heard the voice of…

Christian Classics Study Group: Irenaeus: On the Apostolic Preaching

Irenaeus was born in Asia (Turkey) between 115-142 AD and he died ca. 202. While young, he had seen and heard bishop Polycarp (d. 155) at Smyrna. During persecutions under Emperor Marcus Aurelius, Irenaeus was a priest (maybe already the bishop?) in Lyon (France). His bishop Photinus (already in prison?) send him to Rome in 177/178 with a letter for Pope Eleutherius regarding Montanism, an excitable charismatic movement. Upon his return to Lyon, Irenaeus succeeded…

World Council of Churches celebrates 70 years

This article was written by the Right Rev Bishop Robert Innes in June. This year is the 70th Anniversary of the Founding of the World Council of Churches, an important ecumenical body which the Anglican church is part of.  The organisation was founded in August 1948 in the Nieuwe Kerk in Amsterdam.  120 Christian leaders, lay and ordained, gathered recently in Geneva to celebrate the 70th birthday of the World Council of Churches (WCC). The…

Children’s Choir is starting again!

Holy Trinity’s Children’s Choir is starting again after the holidays. Rehearsals will take place in the parsonage hall, Van Hogendorpstraat 26, beginning at 3:30 pm on Tuesday September 11. More voices would be very welcome to share in the enjoyment of singing and to give the small choir more body. So if your child is interested in singing, or you know of a child that might be, please contact Muriel Zwart at mezwart@hotmail.com or (06) 51 28 77…

The Week Conference

  This article is by Brian Fink-Jensen, who leads the contemporary style music gospel band at Holy Trinity Church in Utrecht on the first Sunday of the month at 10:30am  and on the third Saturday of the month at the 7:30pm Evening Prayer and Praise services. Dear brothers and sisters, From the 24th until the 28th of June I have had the pleasure of visiting a conference called “The Week” in Birmingham. This is a…

Mofish Concert

On 18th of August, Mofish will be performing their annual concert. This year it will be a memorial concert in honour of the Reverend John de Wit, the former minister at Holy Trinity church, who passed away this June. Mofish will be playing all sorts of music: folk, bluegrass, rock, blues, gospel and more. Come and enjoy! Admission is free, freewill giving. Proceeds will go to John’s favourite charity, HART. For more information on HART,…

Concert “ChoRuss” August 4th

On Saturday 4th August the Russian vocal ensemble “ChoRuss”will be visiting Holy Trinity Church. We are fortunate to have them here to sing a beautiful selection of Russian Orthodox music and folk songs. The concert starts at 7:30pm, doors open at  7:00 pm. The concert lasts approximately one and a half hours, including a break. Admission free, donations are welcome.

John de Wit RIP

Dear Friends in Christ, It is with great sadness that I inform you that John de Wit died peacefully on the morning of Sunday 17th June, only a few weeks after learning he had cancer. John is remembered with much fondness and gratitude for all that he gave so freely and generously to our church and to the Archdeaconry during his time as chaplain at Holy Trinity Utrecht from 2005 to 2012.  In particular our prayers and thoughts go out at this time to Pam. John’s funeral will…