Transforming our shop
An important part of our development project is to transform the shop into something quite special.
We will create an attractive place for visitors and the congregation to purchase a wide range of high quality items from liturgical materials and heritage books to branded merchandise and seasonal products. It will become our own box office, making it easier to purchase tickets events held in the church.
We will create a comfortable and welcoming environment for our volunteers to better serve their community. Importantly, additional profits made by the shop will provide valuable contributions towards our social welfare activities and the running costs of our magnificent church.
To achieve this, we have set a target of £50,000.
Help us by fundraising
You can help us reach our target by organising a fundraising event or asking people to sponsor you for an activity. Every pound will make a difference to us and it’s something fun you can do with the people you like. Here’s how to get started:
- Decide what to do
- Choose where and when you will do it
- Let us know by filling out an online form (click here) or pick one from our shop
- Book any venues or equipment you might need to do this
- Set yourself a realistic fundraising target - remember every penny counts!
- Ask family, friends, and work colleagues to join in and promote it on social media.
- Once you have collected your donations, simply hand it in with your paying in slip (obtained from the shop or download below) with your donation.
Alternatively, if you would like to donate to us directly online, then please click the button below do do so;
“As we serve God, his people and our community in our life of worship, activities and events we will strengthen the role Holy Trinity has held at the heart of Hull since the 13th century. Redesigning our facilities will help us to meet the needs of our congregations and community, welcoming worshippers, volunteers, tourists, schools and businesses through the City of Culture 2017 and beyond.”
- Rev Canon Dr Neal Barnes, 2016.