First and Third and Fourth Sundays of the month from 10 a.m. until noon

Mondays from 12.30 - 3 pm during Village Lunch

At other times by arrangement

Getting here

Holy Trinity Church was designed and built by Revd Thomas Scott. father of Sir George Gilbert Scott. George was baptised at the church and frequently visited All Saints Hillesden which inspired his architecture. George was educated in the vicarage opposite the church which was used as a small school.

The church design is based on a Georgian preaching box (box pew). It features two wooden scripture bards.containing the 10 commandments and the Lord's prayer.

Once ornately decorated, the remnants of which can be sen around the sanctuary. The rest has been painted over.

The fixed pews have been removed.    Some pine ones have been stripped and halved in size so they can be moved around.    Chairs have replaced many of the long pews although some are left along the sides of the church.

We now have red clothed tables at the back to match chair seats.    Our monthly Cafe Church uses them as does the Monday Village lunch

Church Street
MK18 4HY

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