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:
12-2.30pm: Fun in the Square with family activities such as face painting, family crafts, a puppet show, live music, market stalls and more.
3pm: Open air minster-making service with the Archbishop of York in Trinity Square.
- 4-6pm: Refreshments served in the Nave within Holy Trinity.
Holy Trinity’s Café Trinity will be open from 10am–2pm. People are also very welcome to attend one of Holy Trinity’s services on Sunday, May 14, at 9.30am, 11.15am and 6pm.
The Vicar of Holy Trinity, the Reverend Canon Dr Neal Barnes, stressed the day was open to the whole community, with the newly-revamped Trinity Square used for the first time for a major religious, civic and community event.
Dr Barnes said: “We want the people of Hull to join us to celebrate a special day for the city.
“One of the Archbishop of York’s catchphrases is ‘Jesus does prayer and parties’, so we’ve taken our cue from him. We want there to be a party atmosphere in the square throughout the day.
“We’re inviting everyone to join us in making the day truly memorable.”