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Welcome to Holy Trinity Parish Church.
We are a friendly, open parish church in the heart of Sutton Coldfield where all are made welcome whether you are visiting for the first time or have been coming here for many years.
We welcome people of all ages and at all stages in their Christian faith. Our churchmanship is 'central' and inclusive. Our facilities for children help them to feel part of the Church while allowing parents a space to worship and learn.
I hope you enjoy browsing our website, and look forward to seeing you at one of our services.
John Routh, Rector
On Saturday 21 June - the longest day of the year - we were very pleased to welcome to church the Sutton Coldfield Chamber Choir plus special guests, for an evening of beautiful choral music.
Sutton Coldfield Chamber Choir has been providing entertainment and giving charity concerts in the Birmingham area for almost a decade.
Led by choir director, Gordon Thornett, their repertoire spanned more than four centuries and covered a range of different musical styles, from Rachmaninov to Rutter.
We were also delighted to welcome special guests, the talented Gospel Choir of Sutton Coldfield Grammar School for Girls, who brought us bang up to date with a rousing gospel version of 'Happy' by Pharell Williams.
We are very grateful to CM2000 who kindly sponsored the event.
The wonderful mid-summer's eve event was a fitting finale to the Friends of Holy Trinity inaugural season.
A Bishop once wrote about his experiences of pastoral visiting. As a young Curate in his first Parish he had organised a visiting scheme to ensure that the sick and housebound people in the Parish were regularly visited. All apparently went well. However, some years later he revisited the Parish to see an elderly parishioner. Naturally he asked how she was; all was fine, her only problem was the number of Church people who rang her up and wanted to visit her. They were a nuisance! Such can be the perils of pastoral visiting.
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