Tythby is a small village (population about 100), eleven miles east of Nottingham. The church of Holy Trinity serves both Tythby and its larger neighbour, Cropwell Butler (population about 600).
With the church planted firmly in the farming community, Holy Trinity offers a number of services to those whose lives are bound up in the land. Plough and Rogation Sunday services and a Harvest Festival are significant annual events in addition to its usual services each month. These days, a majority of the church family comes from nearby Cropwell Butler. Although a mile away, Holy Trinity is a much-loved place of worship and, on summer days, the pilgrimage to church along the pleasant country lane joining the two villages only enhances the experience. An annual choir-led Christmas carol service is popular and draws folk from other nearby villages.