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We are a warm and welcoming community, dedicated to making the love of Christ known in our parish and beyond. We worship in a traditional style and strive to preach, teach and live the Christian faith as the Church of England has received it.

Holy Trinity Church was designed by Henry Woodyer, in the Gothic style and opened in 1854. It is flint-faced, and inside are paintings of the Stations of the Cross by Joseph Pippett, added in the 1880s. It is on the corner of North Walls and Upper Brook Street.

We are a church of The Society (under the patronage of S. Wilfrid and S. Hilda) and registered with Forward in Faith. The Parochial Church Council has passed the Resolution under the Five Guiding Principles of the Bishops Declaration concerning ministry.

Books in the church


Every Sunday 10:30 am

Every Thursday 12 pm

Sunday School - every Sunday

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