Chaplaincy News

Electoral Positions

Every year each chaplaincy has elections for wardens and for members of Council. To be able to stand in the elections for a warden or a member of Council, you need to have been on the Electoral Roll for at least six months, and you need to be nominated by two people. The nomination forms can be obtained at our churches, ask the stewards or wardens. The form has a place for the signatures of…

Lent & Charitable Giving

Lent started on Ash Wednesday with a service of Holy Communion with imposition of ashes. A season of preparation and penitence is upon us, a time to attempt to be more attentive to hear the voice of God inwardly and to be more ready to obey. As we head towards the second Sunday in Lent, we would like to let you know a little more about our charitable giving during this time. Bishop Robert’s Lent…

Church membership and the Electoral Roll 2020

The Chaplaincy Electoral Roll was renewed in 2019 so this year only new members need to fill in forms. All church members are allowed to vote at the Annual Church Meeting, offer themselves for election to Council or various formal committees or as an officer, such as Churchwarden. An important caveat:  you must have been on the Roll for 6 months to stand as a representative to Archdeaconry Synod or for Council. (Representation Rules, Part 9 M8).…

Bishop’s Advent Appeal 2019

This month Holy Trinity is supporting the Bishop’s Advent Appeal. The appeal is for the Anglican Communion Fund (ACF) – which specifically supports the mission and work of communities across the Anglican Communion, often in the poorest and most dangerous parts of the world. Read more below in the message from Bishop Robert. The Bishop in Europe:  The Right Reverend Dr. Robert Innes  BISHOP’S ADVENT APPEAL 2019  Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ,  Anglican Communion Fund…

Charitable Giving for November

Tikani in Peru Tikani is a Peruvian development organization specializing in social development projects aimed at the weakest in society. Debby v Rotterdam’s brother resides there and bears witness to the effectiveness of this organization. Read more on: http://www.tikani.nl/doe-mee/ Remembrance Sunday: Poppy Appeal On Sunday November 10 we remember all members of the British Armed Forces who died in conflict.

The 2019 Utrecht Lectures: Sacramental Participation

Holy Trinity Anglican Church in Utrecht is supporting the hosting of a biannual seminar bringing in lecturers from around the world to enliven and deepen our theological discussion. This September we will host the second of these seminars.  This year New Testament Scholar Dr Hans Boersma will be visiting the Netherlands in September and will offer a 2-day seminar on ‘Sacramental Participation’, Friday 20 September 10am-5:30pm and Saturday 21 September 10am-4:30pm, both at Holy Trinity…

Confirmation service at 2.15 pm this Sunday 19th May: location changed to the Singelkerk

This Sunday’s  confirmation service has been moved from Holy Trinity Church to the Singelkerk, which is a 15 minute walk from Holy Trinity Church. The service, which will be led by bishop Robert Innes, will start at 2.15 pm. Singelkerk Wittevrouwensingel 28 3581 GC UTRECHT   You can park at the Kruisstraat Parking, or at the Parking De Grifthoek (see the picture at the bottom of this page). For more detailed information, see the website…

Electoral Positions

Information on Elections at our upcoming Annual General Meetings At the Special Annual General Meeting of the Chaplaincy held on March 24, the congregations of Utrecht, Amersfoort, Zwolle and Groningen voted to formally split the Utrecht chaplaincy and create the new Chaplaincy of All Saints Anglican Church in Amersfoort. Now both of these new chaplaincies – Utrecht (including Utrecht, Zwolle and Groningen) and Amersfoort – plan to have Annual General Meetings to elect wardens and…

Confirmation Preparation begins 27 February

Our next Confirmation will happen, God willing, in Holy Trinity Chaplaincy on Sunday 19 May AD 2019 with the visit of Rt Rev Robert Innes, Bishop of Gibraltar in Europe. Please contact the Chaplain if you or your son or daughter are interested in being prepared for Confirmation. In Confirmation Preparation we look through the Catechism in the Book of Common Prayer. Preparation for 2019 will happen on the following topics on the following days…

Confirmation service May 19th

God willing, Bishop Robert Innes, Diocese in Europe, will be coming to lead a confirmation service in our chaplaincy on Sunday 19th of May. Any who are interested in confirmation in Amersfoort or in Utrecht should contact Grant or David, respectively. They will let you know of precise dates for confirmation preparation. Contact details can be found here. Preparing for Confirmation is an opportunity for questioning and learning. No aspect of the faith is “off-limits” to…