The screen was erected during the 1880s with the cross above ( the figures were added later) Much of the screening was added later .
Holy Trinity Parish Church
Winchester's Anglo-Catholic Church
Upper Brook St.,
Welcome to the Church of England parish Church of Holy Trinity in the Winchester City centre.
We are a diverse all age community of people seeking to love God, serve our town and grow in faith across our communities.
We are a Forward in Faith Church and support the Society of St Wilfrid & St Hilda in upholding and expressing the Catholic faith in the Church of England.
We encourage men and women of all ages who value that inheritance to join us.
We value tradition but are forward-looking.
We hold fast to the faith once delivered to the saints and received by the Universal Church while reaching out to other Christians of differing convictions and seeking ways of mutual cooperation wherever they may be found.
We are always looking for ways to reach out and one of our new initiatives is to offer 'a collect for church' scheme.
Where ; if you are unable to get to church we try to find someone who is coming to church to collect you and take you home again.
Equally so if you are willing to offer a lift we need to know?
If you want a lift or can offer one
either fill in the form or call John on 07921362440
Regular services during Interregnum
10.30am Parish Mass
Childrens items in the small hall during the service and at the west end of the north aisle.
A parent must accompany children at all times.
Coffee in the small hall after Mass.
the church will be open from 10am till 12noon for prayers
12noon Angelus and Low Mass
Followed by 'bring your own lunch' and coffee in the small hall.
The Octagonal timber pulpitt with open traceried sides on a wineglass base on timber shafts
The west aisle looking to the Lady chapel as it is today
photo by Clive
The roof is highly decorated.
The roof cladding of the two chapels is decorated in oblongs containing various motifs including the sac red monogram IHS (Iesus Hominem Salvator ).
In addition to the roof some of the pillars and most of the walls were painted and the walls of the aisles were covered with Joseph A Pippet's late C19 stations of the cross.
On the walls of the North and South aisles were painted the Stations of the Cross.
Sadly as they began to flake off from being painted on a soft limestone it was deemed correct to paint them out altogether.
The only saving grace was the fact that a set of black and white photographs were taken to record their beauty for ever.
Now you too can enjoy them here on this page below are the fourteen scrolling pictures depicting the Stations of the Cross painted on the walls of Holy Trinity Winchester by Joseph A.Pippet