The Holy Trinity Church (Église Anglaise to locals) is a 19th-century Anglican church with an English-speaking congregation in Geneva.
History of Holy Trinity Church
Anglicans first arrived in Geneva shortly after the founding of the denomination in the 16th century, when fear of persecution under the newly-coronated (and staunchly Catholic) Queen Mary led many Protestants to flee to Europe.
The Holy Trinity Church was built in 1853 and was last renovated in the mid-1980s. Today, it has more than 200 members from over 20 countries.
What to See at Holy Trinity Church
The Holy Trinity Anglican Church stands on one of Geneva's main streets, Rue du Mont Blanc, about a block from the lake. Built on part of the old city wall, it is designed in neo-Gothic style that looks very much like a typical village church in England.
Quick Facts on Holy Trinity Church
|Names:||Holy Trinity Church|
|Styles:||Gothic Revival style|
|Visitor and Contact Information|
|Coordinates:||46.208102° N, 6.146462° E|
|Address:||Rue du Mont Blanc|
|Phone:||+41 22 731 51 55|
|Lodging:||View hotels near Holy Trinity Church|
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Map of Holy Trinity Church, Geneva
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