Old Hill


Anglican: Holy Trinity

Holy Trinity was founded in 1876 by a group of worshippers from St Luke’s at Cradley Heath who objected to the “High Church” practices used there. They were led by a local man, Walter Bassano JP. The Bassano family were owners of local collieries and lived at Haden Cross.
Holy Trinity has remained “Evangelical” ever since and has a flourishing congregation. It was built to the designs of Kidderminster architect, J.T.Meredith, and was extended within one year of opening. The single aisle nave is light and spacious with a south transept.

Holy Trinity is open Monday to Friday from 9am to 12 noon.

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                                                           Holy Trinity Church, February 2016.

For more pictures from 2016:  Please Click Here.                                            (www.flickr.com/tudorbarlow)

References and further sources:
Bridges, Tim.  Churches of the Black Country, Logaston press, 2008.

Websites:         Grade II Listed Building:  Listing Details Here.
                          Historic England Listing:  Please Click Here.
                          Holy Trinity Church Website.
                          A Church Near You.

Nearby churches are:  Dudley Deanery,  Warley Deanery (Diocese of Birmingham)

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