Directions into our car park are via the oneway system turning right at the Kentucky and dominos shops we are at the end of this oneway street on the right. We can only guarantee parking at mass times. There is much municipal parking in the area.
Buses run down North Walls and you need to alight at the St Peters park stop.
We are about 7mins walk from the station and 4 mins from the High St.
Holy Trinity Parish Church
Winchester's Anglo-Catholic Church
town centre church
Upper Brook St.,
Welcome to Holy Trinity Parish Church
The Lady Chapel was re-ordered by Ninian Comper in the late 1940s.
The reredos is a Nativity with the Agnus Dei and the pelican, both emblems of sacrifice, in the medallions on either side.
The candlesticks and candelabra are also by Comper.
The east window depicts, beneath the crucifix, the risen Christ making himself known to his fellow-travellers at supper following the walk to Emmaus.
Holy Trinity as seen on its West side.
Built between 1852 and 1856 Holy Trinity was designed by Henry Woodyer.
The original design did not include a porch, this was added in 1894 as did the vestry.
The cost of the site was £900 and the build £4,500.
Holy Trinity is a Commissioners' church, one of many built with money voted by Parliament as a result of the Church Building Acts of 1818 and 1824. The Second Parliamentary Grant, provided by the Church Building Act 1824, gave £300 towards the building of Holy Trinity Church.The church was designed to accommodate 900 worshippers.
Notes for the future.
4pm in the church
Come, choose and sing your favourite carols;
eat mince pies, drink mulled wine or apple punch
All in seasonal atmospheric candlelit surroundings
free to all we just want your company at Christmas
The Summer fete was a great success here are a few pictures taken on the day by one of the stall holders kieran Boniface a professional photographer