Holy Trinity, North Malvern
Contact: Rev. David Nichol
Telephone 01684 561126
8.00 am Holy Communion
10.30 am Family Service (first Sunday in the month)
Peoples Communion (second Sunday in the month)
Morning Worship (third Sunday in the month)
Parish Communion (fourth Sunday in the month)
There is provision for children and young people in Children's Church and Pathfinders on Sunday mornings
6.30 pm Holy Communion (third Sunday in the month)
Evensong (remaining Sundays)
1st Tuesday, 1230 pm, Meet eat and pray at St James’ West Malvern (bring your own lunch)
3rd Tuesday, 1200 pm, Julian prayer Meeting in Holy Trinity Lower Hall
Thursday - 10.00 am Holy Communion
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 facilities 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.
It is said that Elgar practised the organ here. Visitors can enjoy an interior as pleasing and delightful as it was in his day, and an organ just as tuneful! An illustrated history of the foundation, building and growth of Holy Trinity is available in the Church.
Alongside the Church is our Church Hall, with a large upper Hall and a smaller lower room. The building is used by the church and by many local community groups.