Holy Trinity, Brussels

Holy Trinity Pro-Cathedral (Dutch: Heilige Drievuldigheidskathedraal) is an Anglican Pro-Cathedral in Brussels, Belgium. It is part of the Diocese in Europe of the Church of England. The church is located at rue Capitaine Crespel 29, B-1050, near Avenue Louise.

Holy Trinity Brussels is a Pro-Cathedral for the Diocese in Europe. There is one full cathedral in Gibraltar called the Cathedral of the Holy Trinity, but Robert Innes, Bishop in Europe (and former chancellor (priest-in-charge) of Holy Trinity), is the first Bishop to be based in Brussels.[1]

Holy Trinity was formed in 1958 by the amalgamation of the congregations of Christ Church and the nearby Church of the Resurrection (now closed).

As of 7 January 2018, the clergy include: Paul Vrolijk, Canon Chancellor and Senior Chaplain (since 2015; also Archdeacon of North West Europe since 2016); Jack McDonald, Canon Theologian and priest-in-charge of Leuven (since 2012); and John Wilkinson, Canon Pastor and Associate Chaplain (since 2015).[2]

See also


  1. Our new Bishop of Gibraltar in Europe Archived 2014-11-19 at the Wayback Machine, website HolyTrinity.be, retrieved 27 July 2014
  2. Holy Trinity Brussels — Clergy and Staff (Accessed 7 January 2018)

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