Anglican:  Holy Trinity

Holy Trinity is striking yellow brick church, with a large graveyard, situated on rising ground about 1/2 mile north of Stourbridge town centre. The building was completed in 1844, the architect was Samuel Heming. Amblecote was a centre of the English glass industry and the church contains much fine 20th century stained glass. The style of worship is Anglo-Catholic and has been since the early 20th century when the church was re-ordered.  Holy Trinity is usually open daily during daylight hours.

amblecote ext apr 2016          amblecote int apr 2016

                                                                Holy Trinity Church, April 2016.

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References:  Bridges, Tim.  Churches of the Black Country (Logaston Press 2008)

Websites:          British History Online.  Entry for Oldswinford includes Amblecote.
                           Church Website. Has a useful page on the early history of the church.
                           A Church Near You.
                           Family History Website.

Nearby churches are:   Stourbridge,  Wordsley,  Stourbridge Deanery

Please click on red text for a link. External websites will open in a new window.                   Page updated July 2017.