Bishop Innes is the Diocesan Bishop of Gibraltar in Europe, a Diocese in the Church of England, and has responsibility for Holy Trinity Chaplaincy in Utrecht. He lives in Brussels Belgium. For more information see the Diocese in Europe website.
Our Chaplain, David Phillips, began ministry at Holy Trinity Utrecht in May 2013. Before moving to Netherlands he served in the Diocese in Europe at Holy Cross Church in Palermo, Sicily. Prior to that he served in three Canadian Dioceses: most recently as rector of the Parishes of Petite Riviere and New Dublin in Nova Scotia on the east coast; as executive archdeacon of the Diocese of Saskatchewan in western Canada; and his first ministry was as a…
Holy Trinity Chaplaincy has four church congregations: Holy Trinity Utrecht, All Saints’ Amersfoort, Zwolle Anglican Church and Grace Church Groningen. There is a Council that oversees the chaplaincy and each congregation has a Leadership Team. Click “Read Biography” below to find out who is on each of these bodies, elected at our Annual General Meetings in the Spring.
Our Associate Chaplain, Sam Van Leer, was licensed to Holy Trinity Utrecht in October 2011 to serve Groningen. Though American, Sam has, to date, served his entire ordained ministry in the Diocese in Europe. He was Chaplain to the East Netherlands Group (Arnhem-Nijmegen and Twente) from 2005 to 2011, and an Assistant Curate at St Ursula’s Bern, in Switzerland, before that (2002-2005). A native of Atlanta, Georgia, Sam was born and raised in the southern…
Working Days: Tuesday, Thursday and Friday
Office hours: Tuesday & Thursday 10:00-14:00
Available for phone calls / and to make appointments with our priest: Tuesday, Thursday and Friday between 9am-2pm
The deadline for notices and other contributions for service sheets is the Tuesday before.
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