Extensive work to transform Trinity Square in Hull’s Old Town has come to an end, with the switching on of new water features reflecting the majesty of Hull Minster.Read More
It’s never been done in more than 700 years and now you can experience a unique way to visit newly-dedicated Hull Minster.Read More
The Archbishop of York has bestowed Minster status on England’s largest parish church in an open-air service that drew thousands into the heart of Hull.Read More
Members of the public are invited to join the Minster-making celebrations in Trinity Square from midday on May 13.
Here is the timetable for the day.....Read More
Once again our Artist in Residence, Julie Allum, will be hosting a series of 'Painting Days' in Holy Trinity. Click the image for full detailsRead More
Holy Trinity Church’s History Group begins its 2017 programme of talks on April 18th in what will be a historic year for the Hull church...Read More
Work has begun on the internal transformation of Hull’s iconic Holy Trinity Church in the most significant changes to the majestic building since Victorian times.
Contractors began dismantling and removing pews today (February 13) as part of a major re-ordering of the nave, to create a flexible, open space for more inclusive worship as well as a wide range of cultural, social and community events.
The works form part of a wide-ranging programme of improvements including underfloor heating, new limestone flooring, lighting, toilets and other facilities, as well as a new glazed entrance to encourage visitors in from the newly-revamped Trinity Square.Read More
February 9, 2017
The Prince of Wales inspired clergy, church staff, volunteers and members of the congregation during a wonderful visit to Hull’s historic Holy Trinity Church.
His Royal Highness was greeted by the Vicar of Holy Trinity, the Reverend Canon Dr Neal Barnes, and Lord Lieutenant of the East Riding, Susan Cunliffe-Lister, as he arrived at the church as part of his much-anticipated visit to celebrate Hull’s year as UK City of Culture.Read More
The annual Hull Real Ale & Cider Festival run by the Hull & East Yorkshire branch of CAMRA the Campaign for Real Ale, held at Holy Trinity Church has had to be rescheduled until later this year due to extensive improvement works taking place in the church.
The increasingly popular event, attendances have risen from 1400 in 2013 to 4200 in 2016, was originally scheduled to take place from April 27th to April 29th at the historic church but will now be held at the venue on a larger scale on November 16th, 17th and 18th.Read More