Unfortunately we’ve had to cancel all public worship and close the church for the near future, so we’re live-streaming services each Sunday morning and recording weekly videos for our children. Please join us each week for the 10am Sunday service – all the links are given below.

For more information about past services, resources for prayer and our response to the coronavirus situation, including suggestions for helping the community, please see our coronavirus response page.

Sunday, 10.00 am Holy Communion service

Link to follow the livestreamed service on Sunday morning on Facebook (you do not have to have a Facebook account to view this): Please follow the link after 9.55 to find the correct service.

Update: The service should also now appear live on this page, to the right, or just underneath this text. You may need to refresh the page a few minutes before 10.00 am. To enlarge it, click on the video and then click on the ‘click to enter fullscreen’ button at the bottom right of the video. After the service, the recorded video will remain on this page until the next service.

Link to download the service sheet: Pentecost – service sheet

The recorded children’s video will be uploaded to our Facebook page on Sunday

(All services and children’s videos can also be watched at any time after they are live-streamed).

Holy Communion from Holy Trinity Parish Church on the 7th Sunday of Easter

Posted by Holy Trinity Parish Church – Sutton Coldfield on Sunday, 24 May 2020

Videos and activities for the children

The weekly recorded children’s video will be uploaded on Sunday mornings

We’re a friendly, open parish church in the heart of Sutton Coldfield where all are welcome, whether you’re 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. We have a warm, comfortable, accessible church. Our facilities for children help them to feel part of the Church while allowing parents a space to worship and learn.

John Routh, Rector


SundayHoly Communion08:00
SundayParish Worship10:00
SundayHoly Communion (2nd Sunday only)17:30
ThursdayHoly Communion10:30

For details of all other events, including church open times, see ‘what’s on‘.


Keeping social during lockdown

It’s been difficult, how can you organise anything social when we all have to stay at home and socially isolate? We had planned a Big Breakfast and a Quiz for April and May and were thinking of doing a Parish picnic for the 75th anniversary of VE day on, but that’s all had to be … Continue reading Keeping social during lockdown

Reassurance in the midst of this crisis?

In November last year – how long ago does that feel? – we set the challenge of both increasing regular giving for the church and also encouraging more offering of people’s time and talents to help the church and TC.   Well the good news was that we had a very positive response from the congregation, … Continue reading Reassurance in the midst of this crisis?

Easter Sunday

After the darkness, a new day dawns. At daybreak on Easter Sunday Mary Magdalen is at the tomb. She sees the body of Jesus isn’t there. Horrified, pangs of grief striking at heart, she turns to look for help. She sees a stranger nearby and pleads to know where the body is. He says to … Continue reading Easter Sunday


Learn more about our unique heritage, spanning the last 750 years


Interactive floorplans

Bishop Vesey


360 Degree Photos

And much more –  please visit the heritage homepage

A History of Holy Trinity

The long-awaited new history of Holy Trinity  is scheduled for publication by The History Press in June 2020. Visit our Heritage homepage to find out how to buy an advanced copy at a reduced price. You can also have your name added to a page in the book for well-wishers or add the name of a family member who has passed away, as part of a separate list “in memoriam”.

Safeguarding: You can find our safeguarding policies for children and vulnerable adults, and get information about who to contact if you have concerns, from our page on safeguarding.