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We welcome you wherever you are in your walk in faith.  

We are an Episcopal parish of the Convocation of Episcopal Churches in Europe, and a member of the Anglican Communion. We celebrate our diversity, and are a multinational congregation from a wide range of denominational and non-Christian backgrounds. Our services are in English each Sunday, and we also offer bilingual services.

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Trinity Sunday

We invite you to join us at Emmanuel Episcopal Church either in person or online, for our dedicated Services.  (Please note that the entrance to the Sanctuary is on Rue Dr Alfred Vincent).

Services will generally be as follows:


08:30  Holy Eucharist (said) 

(In the Parish Hall, entrance on Rue de Monthoux).

10:30  Holy Eucharist or Morning Prayer (with music)

Gathered at the church and livestreamed.  

(The entrance to the Sanctuary is on Rue Dr Alfred Vincent).

Access to the Church

On occasions, events around the church make access difficult.  We can usually warn of these problems.  If we miss anything, the Geneva Police do give details here a few days ahead of time.

The latest news can always be found in our Weekly Epistle


Emmanuel Episcopal Church, Geneva, Switzerland, is seeking a new Director of Music.


Based in the heart of the French-speaking city of Geneva, our congregation’s primary language is English but our community is international, reflecting many different linguistic, cultural and faith backgrounds. We seek a Director of Music who can not only help us continue to develop our music ministry, but who can engage in the musical life of Geneva, thereby bringing new musicians to our church.


Music (particularly choral music) plays a critical role in the worship experience of our parishioners, who are accustomed to a musical repertoire consisting of a mix of traditional and contemporary hymns and sacred music, along with Spirituals and African music. We currently have two choirs: one that is largely a traditional Episcopal / Anglican choir, and an African Singing Group. However, there are many members of our congregation who are eager to participate more fully in the musical life of our church. We hope to find a new Director of Music who can make this possible by engaging more people, especially younger parishioners, in actively participating in the musical life of Emmanuel, most especially in the choirs. Our choirs are fortunate to be supported by a magnificent organ, which plays a central role in our musical ministry.


The ideal candidate for this position is a musician who is not only an experienced choral director, a talented congregational music leader, and a skilled organist and pianist, but also a committed liturgical partner for our Rector and Deacon. Through this partnership, we hope to continue to use music to support our congregation’s worship, draw others to the church, and honor God.


If you have the musical skills, energy, creativity and spiritual commitment we seek, we hope you will apply for this position. Details concerning the application procedure, the responsibilities of the position, and the characteristics we are looking for are included below. Further information regarding the responsibilities of the position and the qualities of the sought-after candidate may be found here.


Please note: It will be necessary to establish that you have the right to work in the Canton of Geneva, Switzerland. The job offered is for 18 hours a week so this will have to be supplemented in other ways.


POSITION TITLE: Director of Music


AVAILABILITY: As soon as possible; start date to be negotiated


REPORTS TO: The Rector


WORK SCHEDULE: 18 hours per week


SALARY:  From CHF 33,000 per annum, to be determined in relation to applicant’s experience; possibilities of additional remuneration for special services, weddings, funerals, etc. 


VACATION: Paid leave for four weeks, to be scheduled in consultation with the Rector. Additional personal leave may be taken with the Rector’s agreement.


APPLICATION PROCEDURE: Please email a cover letter, CV, the names and contact details of two references, and evidence of your right to work in the Canton of Geneva Switzerland (e.g. Swiss passport, Swiss work permit) to the Rector at no later than 31 May 2024. Interviews will be held in person in Geneva in either May or June.


If you would like to discuss this post, please contact the Rector, the Rev. Michael Rusk, by email:

Joining in and helping others, and being helped if you need it

There are many ways to join in the life of the church:  some by helping others inside our community, building a strong group of people who are ready to reach out to others; and some by directly giving time and energy to those in obvious need: the hungry, refugees etc.

"Verily I say unto you, Inasmuch as ye have done it unto one of the least of these my brethren, ye have done it unto me."

There is a place for everyone: gardeners, singers, writers, camera operators, washers of dishes . . . look here to see how you can use your talents to make a better world.

Help others by volunteering with us:

The "Jardin de Monbrillant" feeds 300, or more, people in need each day.  We contribute one day each month. 

Our next participation in the Jardin de Montbrillant will take place on Saturday June 22nd. We will be working from 8:30 to 13:00, but you can contribute whatever time you have. 

Every Wednesday at 15:00, Tea and Refreshments are provided for Refugees, in the Parish Hall, as part of our Welcoming Project.  Volunteers are welcome for this and our other projects, which have included French Classes and an English Language "Camp" for children.  Use this link to sign up, or ask for further details. 

Full details of our Refugee Programmes can now be found here:



Activities supporting Refugees


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08:30 Sunday Morning Service

10:30 Sunday Service with Music - In gathering & Online 

12:30 Wednesday Midday Prayers - by Zoom

18:30 Wednesday Holy Eucharist at Emmanuel

18:00 Thursday Evening Bible Study - by Zoom



Do you get the Weekly Epistle? Click to read our most recent editions and say current with all News Emmanuel.


Actually, we want to get to know you too! We understand it can be hard to start in a new parish. Come join our family.

Emmanuel Episcopal Church adheres to the safeguarding policy and procedures of the Convocation of Episcopal Churches in Europe and is committed to the safety of all, especially our children, youth, and vulnerable adults.


Safeguarding Officer : Debbie Groby,


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