Holy Trinity currently has a small but growing congregation which provides a welcome to newcomers and those not accustomed to attending church. We are very willing to provide pastoral help for those in need and assistance for those wanting a deeper faith or asking serious questions about Christianity.
We aim to teach the Bible in a way which is relevant to modern life and to make our services helpful to newcomers and visitors. We seek to assist people in coming to know and trust Christ better, and to follow him in their daily lives.
Some of our members are from a Central tradition in the Church of England, others from an Open Evangelical tradition.
We are aiming to help create a greater sense of community in the village and we seek to co-operate with the Methodist Church.
Holy Trinity works on the principle that it is called to serve the whole community, not only those attending the church. As part of that we want to encourage people to find out more about the Christian Faith and to come to a sense of personal relationship with Christ.
The building is a typical village church dating from the 13th Century but with a Norman door in the north wall. There is an impressive monument tomb dating from 1603 in the south aisle. There are interesting carved pews dating from the 15th Century, a Tudor altar table and a wooden chest with the date 1725. The Royal Arms of James I feature at the base of the interior tower wall, north side. The floor tiles in the nave are rare and medieval and the font dates from around 1400. It is a Grade 1 listed building.