We are a community on the move, discovering Christ together on the journey of faith.
The English-Speaking Congregation of the ELCG is a lively, multicultural, ecumenical Christian church in the heart of Geneva. Our members come from more than 40 countries and a wide variety of Christian backgrounds. Whether you are in Geneva for days, months, or decades, you are welcome to join us for worship, service, and the joy of being community together. You’ll find more about our community’s values and character here: [Who We Are].
The best way to get to know the congregation is to join us for worship. Our weekly service is held every Sunday in our sanctuary. Each week we sing songs from many cultures, reflect on readings from the Bible, and celebrate Communion. You’ll find more information on worship in our congregation, along with video and audio recordings of music, readings, and sermons here: [Worship].
We aim to nurture faith in children through participation in worship and Sunday school and belonging to a welcoming community. Children join their families for much of the worship service and are invited to attend Sunday school for about 30 minutes during the middle, returning in time for Communion. More information on children’s ministry in our congregation is here: [Children].
A variety of Bible studies, forums, and other classes are available for adults. You’ll find a list of current and recent offerings here: [Study].
How to Find Us — [click map image for details]
We’re located at 20, rue Verdaine, on the Place Bourg-de-Four in the Old Town of Geneva. We’re accessible by various public transportation options; parking is also available on nearby streets or at Parking Saint Antoine.
You can contact the church directly with any questions.
Evangelical Lutheran Church of Geneva
20, rue Verdaine
Weekday office opening hours:
Tuesday: 9h30 – 17h00
Thursday: 9h30 – 17h00
Friday: 09h30 – 13h30
022 310 50 89 / email@example.com
Banner photo of women’s art class exhibition by Andy Willis — Snowy church by Andy Willis — church entrance gate at night by Maartin Wilbers.