Vicar Revd Richard Merrick with the Bishop of Wolverhampton
Revd Richard Merrick, Vicar of Holy Trinity (left) with
The Right Revd Clive Gregory, Bishop of Wolverhampton

Holy Trinity Church and churchyard bird's eye view
Holy Trinity Church and churchyard - a bird's eye view

Weekly Activities
These activities are every week in term time. See the diary below for other activities.

9.30am Traditional Service
11.15am Informal Service with groups for children
 Wednesday   9am Trinity Toddlers (term time only)
For pre-school children and their carers
 Thursday10am Heath Town Walk
In partnership with Wolverhampton Walking for Health
Youth groups (term time only)
6pm The Zone (years 5 to 8)
8pm Ignite (years 9+)
10.30am Open Church (Mar to Oct only)
Drop in for coffee and chat, see Diary for special themes each week


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  • Bill Nicholls licensed as Lay Canon of Lichfield Cathedral Bill Nicholls wearing his Lay Canon's robe (which happens to be in Wolves colours!) at the cathedral alongside wife MargaretLast Sunday, 15 November, Bill Nicholls was licensed as ...
    Posted 20 Nov 2015, 09:57 by John Goldring
  • Nature Friendly Award for Churchyard There was a nice surprise for us at the Lichfield Diocesan Churchyard Awards 2015 held today at Blymhill in Staffordshire. In addition to the 'Highly Commended' award we were expecting ...
    Posted 14 Nov 2015, 07:50 by John Goldring
  • Sundays in November: themes and readings Here are the themes and Bible readings for our Sunday Services at Holy Trinity in November 2015. Everyone is welcome at any service but the 11.15am service is more ...
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  • Baked Alaska: high energy theatre on climate change, in Wolverhampton Thursday 22 October The Diocese of Lichfield and Riding Lights Theatre Company bring youBAKED ALASKAWritten by Paul Burbridge and Jonathon BidgoodExtraordinary theatre for these extraordinary times... in the run up ...
    Posted 6 Oct 2015, 09:39 by John Goldring
  • Harvest Festival gifts for local charities Our Harvest Festival this year is on Sunday 11 October at 10.30am when our two congregations meet together for shared worship. Everyone is invited to bring along harvest gifts ...
    Posted 6 Oct 2015, 07:25 by John Goldring
  • Organ Pot-pourri: Bach to Bernstein, Saturday 22 August Saturday 22 August, 11am 'An Organ Pot-pourri, Bach to Bernstein' by David Cope In two parts, with a break for refreshments No charge The church will be open from ...
    Posted 17 Aug 2015, 13:53 by John Goldring
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