Holy Trinity was the first church built in Bradley Stoke. The building was completed in 1994. However, the church body existed before this with worship taking place in the Vicarage and then the 'blue hut' from 1989.
From the outset the vision for Holy Trinity has been to 'build up and reach out with the love of Jesus Christ' to our community in Bradley Stoke through sound bible teaching and a practical application of faith. We aim to provide care and support for one another both within the church and in the wider community.
Holy Trinity's large, modern and well-equipped building is used every day of the week from morning to night by numerous organisations both church-based and community-based. The activities cater for all ages from babies to adults.
All denominations are welcome at Holy Trinity. The church was established on an ecumenical basis blending Anglican, Methodist and United Reformed into the format and style of worship.