Events coming soon
A Zoom series hosted by St Andrew's church Zurich with engaging authors, theologians and intriguing thinkers on their work and how it illuminates changes occurring right now.
24 November 18:30
How Christianity is compatible with modern science.
The Revd Canon Professor Keith Ward FBA
He is a Fellow of the British Academy, a priest of the Church of England and formerly a canon of Christ Church, Oxford. Comparative theology and the relationship between science and religion are two of his main topics of
1 December 18:30
“Finding the eyes to see”, Mark Vernon (writer, broadcaster and journalist)
To sign up, email the Zurich chaplaincy church office
with your name and where you're from (e.g. which chaplaincy) and you will be sent the link at the time.
Saturday 19th October 2019 SACEP Day with Mary Hawes, C of E National Children and Youth Advisor
26 - 28 April 2019 Archdeaconry Choir festival in Geneva
9th March 2019 MIGRATION – An issue affecting us all?
26-28 October 2018 SACEP RETREAT led by Dr. Clare and Canon Alan Amos, at Hotel Kurhaus Grimmialp
20 - 22 April 2018 Archdeaconry Choir festival in Basel - Choir Director - Paul Spicer, Organist - David Blunden
Saturday 28th April 2018 SACEP Creation Care Conference was held at St Ursula’s Church Berne,
5 – 7 May 2017 Archdeaconry Choir Festival in Lausanne
13 May 2017 SACEP: Land of Promise? Perspectives on the situation in Israel and Palestine today.
8th October 2016 - SACEP: "Discipleship", was led by Bishop John Pritchard on
28th May 2016, SACEP: "Responding to Europe’s migration, asylum seeker and refugee crisis
as individual Christians and Christian communities"
Archdeaconry Choir Festival, Berne 22-24 April 2016
Saturday 20th and Sunday 21st February,
What sort of Anglican are you? held at Eglise saint-Jean-Naptiste, Neuchâtel
17th October 2015 - "Conflict to Cooperation" a seminar on conflict resolution which was led by Nigel Spencer (Reader at the Anglican Church Basel).
"Words for Worship", held on 30th May 2015, was led by Alison Callway, leader of the Lay Ministry Training programme of the Diocese of Rochester, and her husband, Peter, a parish priest. The meeting was aimed at people preparing services of the word. It provided a good opportunity to meet people from different churches and discuss different approaches to worship. Participants spent time looking at the theology of worship, from the standpoints of scripture, reason and tradition, and undertook practical exercises in writing prayers in collect format and in using the resources from Patterns for Worship in service planning.