Coronavirus

We regret to announce that we have had to cancel all public worship, and are closing the church and Trinity Centre for the near future.

As we cannot hold public services,  we hope to ‘stream’ a brief service each week, which will be accessible to everyone each Sunday morning through our website.

For links to our services and for the latest information about what’s happening at Holy Trinity during the current situation, please see our coronavirus response page.

 

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: SUSPENDED

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

Holy Week

And so Lent moves towards its culmination. On Palm Sunday Jesus enters Jerusalem with the joy of the crowds ringing in his ears – the long promised saviour has come, the king sent by God to free them from tyranny. By Good Friday it has all fallen apart: the crowds have deserted him, he is … Continue reading Holy Week

Looking towards this year’s AGM

We can hardly believe that it is almost time for our Annual General Meeting, the last year seems to have gone by so quickly! This is the opportunity to look back and give thanks for all that has been achieved, and look forward to what the next year will offer. It has been another busy … Continue reading Looking towards this year’s AGM

Time to reflect

There’s a story in the bible set in the final days before Jesus steps into the public eye. Jesus spends 40 days in the wilderness where he faces a series of temptations. He’s tempted to turn away from God and instead focus on more worldly things – wealth, position, power. But he resists and stays … Continue reading Time to reflect

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.