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New Cooking Group!

At the Away Day last year council members discussed all kinds of topics. One of which was fellowship and outreach. For some reason the discussion in one of the small groups was quickly triggered by the words food, cooking, and dinner.  It wasn’t a giant leap to propose starting a cooking group.  So here we are: We hereby present to you the possibility of JOINING THE COOKING GROUP! No you don’t have to cook! You can also help…

Christian Classics Study Group – Charles Williams

On Friday, January 16 at 6:30pm, the Christian Classics Study Group will gather in the Parsonage Hall. We will read and reflect on samples of Charles Williams poetry and prose, including some from The Descent of the Dove: A Short History of the Holy Spirit in the Church. David Llewellyn Dodds will introduce us to the works of Charles Williams. David is a member of the Arnhem – Nijmegen Chaplaincy and is an expert in Williams poetry and prose.…

Praise the Lord, O my soul!

It has been a wonderful year for the Choir at Holy Trinity, particularly at the times just past of Advent and Christmas and we hope that you, the congregation and visitors to Holy Trinity, have enjoyed the singing as much as we have.  It is not a self-serving occupation for choir members, but there to enhance for all of us our worship of God, following a tradition that goes back centuries in the Anglican Church. The wonder of…

Proposed Amersfoort Church Plant

This month, on January 21, our Chaplaincy Church Council will be making a very important decision about whether or not to begin a church plant in Amersfoort. This is tied in with a decision to expand our ministry by hiring an Assistant Chaplain. A paper, A Vision for a Church Plant in Amersfoort, has been prepared for Council’s consideration. The first part of the document, that will be available in its final form after the…

If This War Will Ever End

IF THIS WAR WILL EVER END ALS DEZE OORLOG OOIT NOG EINDIGT Simon Urquhart Leading up to the 70th anniversary of the end of World War II the NS Orchestra and Toonkunstkoor Utrecht will perform a unique concert around Memorial Day 2015 on 1,2+3 May, at the Railway Museum, giving reflection on this time in our history.  You may also have seen the article on the “Joods Monument” that is to be unveiled at the…

New Website

This week we have launched the new website for Holy Trinity Church in time for new visitors to our site during the Advent and Christmas season. The website has been created by Robbert de Kuiper with the direction of the Website Subcommittee formed by the Chaplaincy Church Council, and chaired by Peter Boswijk. The website uses a theme from WordPress and so several people will be given access to be able to update the site easily.…

New Year’s Day Service

Join us for a festive service on New Year’s Day: starting the year together in worship, and celebrating the day of Jesus’ circumcision. The service is at 11am and is a Sung Communion in Dutch with Peter Boswijk preaching.  After the service there is a good opportunity for exchanging New Year’s wishes, while enjoying traditional Dutch New Year’s pastries.

Christmas Services

This year at Holy Trinity we are planning a whole range of worship opportunities to celebrate Christmas. We look forward to seeing you at one (or many) of our services! ADVENT IV – 21st December – 20.00 Festival of Nine Lessons & Carols CHRISTMAS EVE – Wednesday 24th December 17.00 Crib Service for the Children in English and Dutch 23.00 Choral Communion in English CHRISTMAS DAY – Thursday 25th December 09.00 Choral Communion in Dutch 11.00  Sung Communion in English St. Stephen’s Day – Friday 26th…

Bishop Robert’s Christmas message

Read  the Bishop’s Christian Message or watch on youtube The nine lessons and carols service from King’s College Cambridge is listened to by millions of people all over the world. It is one of England’s most distinctive and successful religious exports! For me, the service has especial resonance, because this was the college where I studied as an undergraduate and so the distinctive sound of the treble voices and fulsome reed organ stops brings back happy memories of my student life.…

Bishop’s Advent Appeal: The Sant’Egidio Programme

Every year our Bishop choses a worthy cause for chaplaincies to consider contributing to as a whole for Advent.  We contribute to it through the blue bag at our collection during the service. Bishop Robert Innes has written the following appeal… One year after the tragedy off Lampedusa I am writing this letter on the anniversary of the Lampedusa migrant shipwreck. On 3rd October 2013, a 20 metre fishing boat carrying migrants from Africa caught…