Welcome, and thank you for taking the time to visit our website! Hopefully the few minutes you spend here will give you a better idea about our church.
Westlake Nyon is an English-speaking church located along the shore of “Lac Leman” (or Lake Geneva to English Speakers) in Switzerland. The town of Nyon is about 20 minutes east of Geneva and 30 minutes west of Lausanne.
For our services over the summer we are meeting in a couple of different locations while our normal building is renovated.
Our last service in La Fraternelle is on July 2nd at 5pm. Normally the service lasts about 1hr15. We have a message each week, and launch the summer series of preachers favourite passages with Dry bones! We will have Kingdom Kids and Creche as normal.
On 9th July we are moving temporarily to our offices – The Hub, and will be having 2 services to accommodate everyone. We will start at 10 – 10:45 with a service led by one of our Elders, where we will have both Kingdom Kids and Creche available. We are then having a half hour break – when you are welcome to stay and join us for refeshments. At 11:15 – 12:00 the service will be repeated but this time with no Kingdom Kids and with an unmanned creche.
We are an independent, evangelical church where people of many different cultures and nationalties come together to worship. Being so closely situated to Geneva and its many international organizations and companies, we believe that Westlake has an important role to play in the lives of people who come to this part of the world, whether they are here long term or just for a couple of years.
Where we come from
The nations of the world are well-represented at Westlake – people from Asia, Australia, Africa, North America and Europe have all found a church home with us here in Nyon. Regardless of your background, you will find a warm welcome at Westlake Church.
Westlake participates in the local “Nyon Pastorale” with other Christian churches in our community.
Westlake is fortunate to be a member of the two following organizations. Click on the images to learn more: