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

Services

DayTypeTimes
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‘.

OUR VOICE

Help us put on a panto!

Life on the youth work front is pretty busy at the moment. Before Christmas we created an interactive Christmas Experience in church where children and families could come and be involved in an acted version of the events surrounding the birth of Jesus. This was a pilot to see if it could be done and … Continue reading Help us put on a panto!

Friends of Holy Trinity – £70,000 in our Sights!

I am writing this as I start to finalise the programme design for the forthcoming ‘Ninebarrow’ concert on Saturday 8th February. This will be our 40th event since we kicked off the Friends in September 2013, having raised almost £70,000 over that period towards the building and fabric of Holy Trinity. Ninebarrow is a Folk … Continue reading Friends of Holy Trinity – £70,000 in our Sights!

Holy Trinity welcomes everyone

A week ago the House of Bishops issued a statement to clarify the difference between Civil Partnership and Marriage. The Bishops felt it necessary to emphasise that only a Marriage may receive a Service of Blessing in church – not a Civil Partnership. Obviously, sex is a part of any such relationship, so the statement … Continue reading Holy Trinity welcomes everyone

EVENTS

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February

Church open

For several hours today the church will be open to visitors. Coffee/tea usually available.  Toilet facilities, including for thos…

26
February

Open House (baby and toddler group)

Open House is our friendly drop-in Baby and Toddler Group, every Wednesday in term time from 9.30 – 11.30 am downstairs in the T…

26
February

10.30 am Ash Wednesday Holy Communion

A quiet, spoken Holy Communion service with ‘ashing’ included

26
February

Church open

For several hours today the church will be open to visitors. Coffee/tea usually available.  Toilet facilities, including for thos…

27
February

Thursday 10.30 am Communion

A quiet, spoken, ‘traditional language’ communion service. It usually lasts about 40 minutes and people often get together af…

CONNECT WITH US

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Come and see! @HolyTrin #RoyalSuttonColdfield is open for all to visit from 12-2 this Tuesday 25th & Thursday 27th Feb. https://t.co/wBK0amwGzl

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Check out the latest from Friends of @HolyTrin #RoyalSuttonColdfield : https://t.co/QB2oEITg6e

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Watch this! Fab performance... and a spectacular view of our 1913 CE Bateman chancel ceiling thrown in for good measure! https://t.co/ligN7drSJh

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Today, we celebrated 25 years of ministry offered by @PaulineManfield - her last service as a reader. Revd Canon Catherine Grylls, Warden of Readers for @cofebirmingham joined us as our preacher. #Faith #RoyalSuttonColdfield...

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It’s going to be a busy night. Arrive early and we’ll try to squeeze you in!! Tonight (8th) at 7:30pm 👇👇👇 https://t.co/ycfKatLCKQ

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#lessweforget #firstworldwar #memorial in the Vesey Gardens

HERITAGE OF THE CHURCH

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

Timeline

Interactive floorplans

Bishop Vesey

Building

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.