Welcome to

La Côte Anglican Church

“Come to me, all you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest." -Matthew 11:26


Rev. Carolyn Cooke is currently on sabbatical until 21 August 2022.
If you’d like to know more do get in touch with our Chaplain administrative assistant: Anne de Tréverret at anne.detreverret@lacotechurch.ch + 41 (0)79 635 5657


RIP Nick Nightingale

It is with sadness that we have learned of the death of Nick, husband of the Revd Sue Nightingale, whom many will remember for her ministry with us 1999-2002. Nick’s family have set up a web page in his memory and we have sent a tribute and recollections/photos on behalf of La Côte.


Carolyn’s visit to the Holy Land

You might be interested in reading Bishop David’s blog about the recent study-pilgrimage to the Holy Land for Ministry Experience Scheme interns, which was led by Dr. Clare Amos and Fr. William Gulliford, accompanied by Bishop David and our Chaplain, Revd Carolyn Cooke. There is a lovely photo of Carolyn celebrating the Eucharist on the shore of the Sea of Galilee.


Still looking for new refreshments volunteers for Divonne

People we have been relying on for the last few years really need the help of new people joigning the team. If we do not get new volunteers, there is a risk we’ll not be able to do refreshments anymore. So please do volunteer if you think this is something you can do, and get in touch with Anne de Treverret.

How about lunch out after the 10.00 service on Sun. 21 August?

Would anyone like to join us for lunch at our local Auberge on Sun. 21 Aug. at 12.00, following the morning service & refreshments at Gingins? There is a good choice on the menu and it is reasonably priced.  Please let us know at peta.tracey@lacotechurch.ch by Fri. 19th so we can book the table!



Saviour of the world, Prince of Peace, we pray for your mercy for the people of Ukraine;
sustain in hope all those living in fear, comfort those who are suffering
and those who are now grieving the loss of loved ones.
Give wisdom and courage to all those in positions of responsibility.
Guide the nations of the world in their response to this situation.
We pray too for the Russian civilians looking on in horror at this aggression against their fellow people. We pray for Russian nationals living across Europe that they may know protection and find grace and courage among their neighbours.
We especially remember our sister chaplaincies in Kyiv and in Moscow living through this trauma.
We pray for your mercy and protection, light and hope for all peoples near and far caught up in this conflict.
May an escalation of violence be avoided, and peace and justice be restored.
Finally, we pray for ourselves, that our thoughts and words and actions this day will reflect your ways of justice, peace, compassion, humility and hope. We pray in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ, Amen


We are an English-speaking church with members from across the La Côte region of Lake Geneva, both in France and Switzerland. We are a diverse community, open to all ages, nationalities and Christian denominations.

Our mission is to provide a welcoming, informal environment for deepening our love and experience of God and to build a community that responds to the needs of others. We seek to do this through weekly gathered worship, in a variety of small groups, through engagement with the wider needs of our community and world, and through informal, social events. We encourage people to get involved in church life, as they see fit, seeking to cherish and develop our gifts and creativity in the midst of our worship and outward service.

The spirituality and worship of La Côte is set within the framework of the Anglican and Episcopalian Church, while seeking to value and incorporate the varied Christian experience of those in our midst.Children and youth are very welcome – with Sunday club provision during the main 10.00 service for young ones.

You are welcome to come along to our services. Our main act of worship takes place at 10.00 across the chaplaincy region – in Gingins or Crassier (Switzerland) or Divonne (France).  We also hold some Sunday afternoon services and a monthly early morning said Eucharist. For details of times and venues click here

We are a Christian Community committed to growing together in love for God and for our neighbour


For further details, CLICK HERE