Church of Scotland Geneva

You are welcome to join us for worship every Sunday at 11.00.

The Church of Scotland in Geneva is an English speaking Presbyterian / Reformed Church whose congregation is made up of many different nationalities and denominations.

It is a dynamic community with new people arriving and others moving on almost every week. Newcomers and visitors of all ages and backgrounds are welcome to join us, the only requirements being a working knowledge of English and a desire to discover more about what it means to follow Jesus in our modern world.

We number around 200 families from Geneva and the surrounding area including Vaud and neighbouring France, and have a wide range of activities to promote Christian service and fellowship for all age-groups and interests.

Our links in this city go back to the days when the Scotsman John Knox ministered here alongside John Calvin, but today we are a contemporary community seeking to be a place of shelter and inspiration to all who seek what Christ offers us.

Visitors are always very welcome.

Public Lecture at the WCC

The General Secretary of the World Council of Churches, Rev. Dr Olav Fykse Tveit, and the Programme on Interreligious Dialogue and Cooperation of the World Council of Churches, have the pleasure to invite you to a Public Lecture, Interreligious dialogue in an age of violent fundamentalisms by Rev. Dr Sathianathan Clarke on Wednesday, 26 October at 5 p.m. in the Visser T'Hooft Hall of the Ecumenical Centre.

Rev Dr Clarke, Church of South India, is Professor of Theology, Culture and Mission at Wesley Theological Seminary and a member of the Reference Group for Interreligious Dialogue and Cooperation of the World Council of Churches.

The lecture will be followed by a reception in the lobby of the Ecumenical Centre.

Registration requested. Please send your full name and address by 24 October 2016 to

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