West Allington church is dedicated to The Holy Trinity and is the present parish church. Evidence of Saxon work was discovered when the chancel arch was enlarged in 1914 - 17. Part of a Saxon cross found in the churchyard now rests at the base of the font. The church is a variety of different architectural styles, the arches and pillars are Norman, the font Perpendicular, the pulpit and gallery Jacobean and the pews Victorian.
Holy Trinity church seats approximately one hundred people comfortably although more can be accommodated on occasions. Holy Communion is said on the first and third Sundays of the month and Evening Service on the second Sunday each month. A Family Service is taken by the Lay Ministry Team on the fourth Sunday monthly.