Church of England Diocese of Southwell & Nottingham Kirton

About Us

Holy Trinity Church is a small, but beautifully maintained church, accesible by a number of steps. The Parish Church of Kirton was orginally built in the 13th century, and in restored in 1865.The building is situated at the northern end of the
 village. There is some Medieval stained glass in one of the windows, and if you look at the pillars that separate the north and south aisles from the nave you can see a circle of stone, these were the original seats. The church has tubular bells and the font is over 600 hundred years old, the same age as the church itself.    

We are part of a family of 12 churches including Ollerton with Boughton, Kneesall, Laxton with Moorhouse, Wellow, with Rufford, Walesby, Egmanton, Kirton, Bilsthorpe & Eakring.  Ollerton serves as our administration hub and Revd Zoe Burton is our Priest-in-Charge.

Normal Pattern of Services 

First Sunday of every month 9am Holy Communion

Fourth Sunday of Every month 10.30 Holy Communion

Occasionally the service pattern changes in our group, check the calendar for our 5th Sunday service or for more details and more information check the hub website http://www.cofe-ollerton.org.uk  

Check out this website for christening and wedding arrangements