Holy Trinity is situated in the centre of Barnoldswick, easily accessible from all the town's car parks and bus terminus and close to the Tourist Information Office.
Built in 1960 it replaced the former St James' Church which was situated around the corner on Church Street, explaining why the present building is situated in Skipton Road.
The church features some interesting mosaics on the Altar and Pulpit.
Of the three churches in the benefice, Holy Trinity is the focus for our work with children and young families, being the base for our monthly Children Praise (Trinity TeaTime) and Sunday School.
In partnership with the local council the church features on the local "steam and stream" trail which helps visitors explore places of local interest from the Bancroft Steam Engine to the Leeds Liverpool canal and acknowledging the part the town has played in aviation history though its connection with Rolls Royce aero engine development and production