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Holy Trinity Anglican Church is seeking a Choir Director / Organist

As the cut-off date for applying for this position has passed, we would like to give a short update. We have received a good number of applications for the position and a shortlist is being compiled. Next week we will be conducting interviews, including a short trial rehearsal with the choir itself. Of course, we will follow the rules for social distancing and ventilation that apply to singing as a choir. As you can imagine,…

We have begun corporate worship in a limited way

8 May 2020 (versie in het Nederlands hieronder) Holy Trinity Church has begun to allow worshippers, by invitation, in a very limited way, in conformity with the new Diocesan guidelines and well within what is allowed under Dutch Government guidelines.   We will continue to Live-Stream our Sunday morning service also, so you can still participate from home. The link is here: www.holytrinityutrecht.nl/daily-prayer/  Sunday, Wednesday and Thursday Holy Communion Services: At each Service we have only…

Charitable giving in May

In May we aim to help migrant churches in the Netherlands who have been hit especially hard by corona virus restrictions often to the point of losing their buildings or even going bankrupt. This is a major problem, because all research shows how important the contribution of migrant churches is to society. They also reach people who are not reached by official bodies and it is precisely in these uncertain times that these people can…

Daily Meditations on Old and New Testament readings

As part of our ministry to stay connected during this corona virus pandemic and to grow as disciples of Jesus, we have begun to offer daily meditations on the Old and New Testament readings from Morning prayer. You will find the meditations BY CLICKING HERE. Daleen Bakker, has offered to give us daily mediations on the Gospel according to John. She has training in theology and is currently studying agriculture. Daleen has recently returned to…

Charitable giving in April

The two charities we support this month are Tikani Peru  and  the Kigama School Feeding Program. The recent photographs of the work of Tikani are courtesy of Debby van Rotterdam. Tikani is a Peruvian development organization specializing in social development projects aimed at the weakest in society. Debby van Rotterdam’s brother resides there and bears witness to the effectiveness of this organization. Corona virus has also hit this area and, as you can see, Tikani are…

Response to Corona Virus at HTC

Bishop Robert Innes has released a video message to the Diocese (Friday March 20) which you can see by clicking here… The Archbishops of Canterbury and York have issued a joint response to Church of England clergy, the latest on 24 March 2020. They have called for the temporary suspension of all public worship and private worship in churches until further notice. Our Bishops in the Diocese in Europe are commending these steps and asking…

Chaplain’s letter

This Chaplain’s letter is written by the Rev. Grant Crowe, Amersfoort chaplain. The focus for this chaplain’s letter I’d like to make, is upon the Persecuted Christians in our One Holy Catholic Apostolic Church. As Lent draws to a close in the days of Holy Week, we hear Jesus say to his followers, on the Mount of Olives. ‘’…you will be handed over to be persecuted and put to death.’’ (Matthew 24:9). The persecution of his followers…

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…