20 May, 11am: Whit Sunday Service

General News – Tuesday, May 15th, 2018

Everyone is welcome to join us to celebrate Whit Sunday.

The service will be led by Rev Carla Maurer, Rev Stephan Degen-Ballmer (Baselland) and Rev Monika Widmer (Basel). We will explore the symbols fire, dove and language which are connected with Whit Sunday when God sent the Holy Spirit on...

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9 June, 5pm: Organ Recital Donald MacKenzie

General News – Wednesday, May 2nd, 2018

Donald is one of Europe’s finest organists. He has presided at the Odeon Leicester Square organ for almost 25 years and also is an organist in a church in Kensington. He has a reputation for being the finest exponent of silent film accompaniment (on the organ) and has travelled world wide to...

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Learning about religions, with Rev Stephan Degen-Ballmer

General News – Monday, April 23rd, 2018

Christian Bible

Reverend Stephan Degen-Ballmer is Minister in Baselland, Switzerland and on sabbatical at the Swiss Church in London from April to July. In a series of evening classes, he will introduce different religions and lead excursions to visit places of worship.

14 May, 7-9pm: Christianity. The Gospels...

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Church sermon series: Paul the Apostle

General News – Monday, March 26th, 2018

Paul the Apostle is the author of many of the letters in the New Testament and one of the most important figures in Christianity. Paul’s influence on Christian theology, thought and practice cannot be underestimated and his missionary travels enabled Christianity to spread across Europe.

But...

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7 April, 5pm: Organ recital Alexander Hamilton

General News – Thursday, March 22nd, 2018

Alexander Hamilton is Senior Organ Scholar and a second year undergraduate of Trinity College, Cambridge reading Music, where he works with the world-famous college choir in a busy schedule of services, concerts, tours and recordings. He was a music scholar at Merchant Taylors’ School and in...

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1 April, 11am: Easter service

General News – Thursday, March 8th, 2018

On Easter Sunday, Christians around the world celebrate the resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead as described in the New Testament. Easter is a symbol for joy and new life. Come and join us for this special celebration!

The service will be followed by lunch.

Everyone is welcome to join us...

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22 March, 7.45pm: Performance by MyGlassWorld + Jessica Lee Morgan

General News – Thursday, February 15th, 2018

The Swiss Church in London is looking forward to the upcoming performance by MyGlassWorld with Jessica Lee Morgan here on Thurs 22nd March! Buy tickets here

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1-16 March: Goldsmiths exhibition 2018

General News – Wednesday, February 14th, 2018

‘Allusion to a Body no Longer Present’ by Sara Rodrigues and Tyler Eash, curated by Camille Brechignac and George Watson

“Allusion to a Body No Longer Present” is made of four main elements: a stage-like installation, a performance, a conversation room, and two audience-engaging...

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Swiss Church News Spring 2018 – now online!

General News – Saturday, February 3rd, 2018

Click here to read the latest edition of the Swiss Church News, or to download the events sheet click here.

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23-24 February: Exhibition Mary Branson “A Conversation with My Mother”

General News – Thursday, January 25th, 2018

Her first large installation since the iconic New Dawn in the Houses of Parliament, A Conversation with My Mother explores the notion of loss through dementia and the power of the subconscious to offer insights into the nature of grief.

Set in the captivating space of the Swiss Church, Covent...

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8 February, 7pm: Fondue Fundraising Night

General News – Wednesday, January 17th, 2018

A much loved tradition! Join us for melted Swiss cheese with bread, white wine and a pub quiz. With your help we can continue our work to support the homeless, visit the elderly and organise family events, as well as being a lively community centre for the Swiss in London and the UK.

Tickets...

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