Events

The 2017 Utrecht Lectures: Why did God become man?

Holy Trinity Anglican Church in Utrecht is hosting a self-supporting annual seminar bringing in lecturers from around the world to enliven and deepen our theological discussion. This year New Testament Scholar Dr Crispin Fletcher-Louis will be visiting the Netherlands in September and will offer a 2-day seminar on ‘Why did God become man?’, Friday 22 September 10-5pm and Saturday 23 September 10-5pm, both at Holy Trinity Utrecht.  Click for more information.

Kerkennacht 2017

At Holy Trinity Church, for Kerkennacht, we will sing (as in Job 35 and Acts 16) Psalms through the Night.  The choir of our church, with the cooperation of others, will be singing all the Psalms in the great variety of ways we know in the Netherlands during the 12 hours after opening the doors on Saturday evening at 19:00. Undoubtedly, Jesus himself also sang psalms in the synagogue and at home.

New Wine Conference 2017

This is shortened version of a previously run article by the Rev Grant Crowe (Chaplain at All Saints) and Ronald Westerbeek, who works as a theologian for New Wine Netherlands, and who is a part of All Saints Amersfoort. Included this month as a reminder. New Wine Netherlands Summer Conference 2017 22nd -28th July held at Biddinghuizen What do you have planned for this summer? We wanted to share with you about this year’s New…

Pilgrimage to the Anglican Shrine of Our Lady of Walsingham

Following two successful Deanery Pilgrimages in 2015 and 2016, Revd. Barry Birch is organising a Pilgrimage to Walsingham in August 2017. The previous pilgrims really enjoyed the time and were all uplifted by the whole experience. We hope many others would like to join us this year. The shrine and grounds are situated in a lovely English village. The grounds contain the Shrine church, gardens with the Stations of the Cross, beautiful planting, accommodation for…

Kerkennacht- Singing Psalms through the Night

“Where is God my maker, who giveth Psalms in the night?” (Job 35)  “At midnight Paul and Silas prayed and sang praises unto God and the prisoners heard them” (Acts 16  Kerkennacht 2017 will be held on Saturday 24th June. Many churches in Utrecht (and in a lot of other places in The Netherlands) will be open to the public that weekend. In general this means that people have access to the buildings on Saturday…

Talks on Contemplating God

Holy Trinity Utrecht Retreat: Contemplating God This Weekend, 10-12 March, the students have organized a retreat for students at the Holy Trinity Utrecht Parsonage (van Hogendorpstraat 26, Utrecht) with a focus on Contemplating God.  The weekend is for students but they are inviting anyone in the chaplaincy or beyond who is interested to attend the three talks.  If any one or all of these are of interest to you, please feel free to come! 1…

Christmas Services

Services in Utrecht: ( in English unless otherwise specified) Friday 16th December 18:00 Lichtjestocht (beginning at Holy Trinity Church) (Dutch) (15 minute presentations ever quarter hour on the quarter hour until the last entrance at 7:15pm) This is a neighbourhood pageant of the Christmas Story beginning at Holy Trinity Church and then walking through Wilhelminapark following a trail of candles to Herod’s tent, then to Wilhelminakerk and finishing at St Aloysiuskerk (the creche). Sunday 18th December Advent IV 9:00…

Final Men’s Evening of 2016

Saturday October 29 2016: The OUT of Up, In, and Out How about rounding off 2016 with one final Men’s Evening before we are overtaken by dark mornings, dark nights, and holiday bustle? And let’s not make it too plodding or academic…   So, what shall we do? At All Saints our Strategic motto is: “Up, In, and Out” referring to our worship and prayer relationship with our Lord (Up), our need to focus on fellowship and…

Being Church Together – Report on HTC Away Day

This is a report by Beth Houdijk on the Holy Trinity Utrecht Away Day on 4 June, 2016. My husband (John) and children (Hannah and Abby) and I have only been attending Holy Trinity on a regular basis since May this year, so we were pleased when we heard about an ‘away day’ that would be in early June. A good opportunity to get to know our fellow church members in a more informal setting,…