About Holy Trinity Church

At Holy Trinity Church, on the slopes of the lovely Malvern Hills, you will find a warm welcome in our rich and varied weekly worship or at any of our activities.

We seek to be an active and lively Christian community, serving the people of our parish and beyond, offering supportive fellowship and providing opportunities for exploring and expressing our faith together.

Our parish is part of the Diocese of Worcester in the Church of England. We work alongside many sister Churches of all denominations in the Malvern area and have links with Christian communities elsewhere, including overseas.

Holy Trinity Church dates from 1851 when it was built to meet the needs of the then rapidly growing industrial and residential community of North Malvern. Over time it has been extended, its facilites developed and its decoration enhanced. The interior is spacious, light and airy; the Edwardian pews are handsome and comfortable. There  is some pleasing stained glass and the chancel has beautiful early Edwardian decorations; the ceilings being painted with symbols of the passion and the walls with Apostles, angels and stencilled tracery and colonnades. The windows in the church have been given in memory of various benefactors. Inside the Church there are various plaques that commemorate people who have been associated with the church.

It is known that Elgar practised the organ here - visitors can enjoy an interior as pleasing and delightful as it was in his day with the prospect of a new organ just as tuneful! An illustrated history of the foundation, building and growth of Holy Trinity is available in the Church.

For more information about Holy Trinity Church please visit its website: www.holytrinitymalvern.org.uk