About Holy Trinity

Whatever your background and circumstances you can be sure of a warm welcome here.

The congregation is a mix of men and women, boys and girls of all ages and different backgrounds.

We want to reach out with God’s love and acceptance to all people, bringing healing and a fresh start where it is needed, and a new dimension to life that only Jesus Christ can give. We are always pleased to welcome enquirers and visitors.

What's Christianity all about?

To find out more about Jesus Christ and the Christian Faith, check out LookingForGOD.com.

Our Vision

Our vision here at Holy Trinity is for the whole fellowship to express our love for God, for one another and for our community through:
  • Praying earnestly
  • Serving others wholeheartedly
  • Sharing our faith relevantly
  • Using our buildings appropriately

in order to bring Christian hope and the love of Jesus to all.

Baptisms, Weddings & Funerals

Baptisms and weddings are held at Holy Trinity from time to time for those who have a connection with the parish. Please contact the vicar in good time to discuss your plans.

Funerals are arranged by the funeral director who will make contact with the church. Someone from the church will then contact the next of kin.

Other websites


Find out more on other websites. These links each open in a new window.

Holy Trinity Heath Town Facebook page



Parish boundary map from achurchnearyou.com


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  • Love, Life and Hope at Easter You'll have heard it said that things are not always as they seem. Love is more powerful than hate; life is more powerful than death; good is more powerful ...
    Posted 11 Apr 2017, 01:47 by John Goldring
  • Holy Trinity Mission Trip with Hands at Work in Africa A Care Worker preparesthe evening mealWorking with vulnerable children in Africa Hands at Work in Africa is a Christian charity working to care for orphaned and vulnerable children ...
    Posted 6 Apr 2017, 12:01 by John Goldring
  • A Place of Welcome every Saturday Holy Trinity has joined 'Places of Welcome' - a network of small community organisations who offer an unconditional welcome to local people for at least a few hours each week, every ...
    Posted 28 Jan 2017, 12:46 by John Goldring
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