Holy Trinity Church, Geneva
The Holy Trinity Church (Église Anglaise to locals) is a 19th-century Anglican church with an English-speaking congregation in Geneva.
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
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.
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|Names:||Holy Trinity Church; Holy Trinity Church, Geneva|
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|Coordinates:||46.208102° N, 6.146462° E (view on Google Maps)|
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