Holy Trinity & St. Mary is located in a small village 4 miles north west of Bromsgrove in Worcestershire. It was built in 1907/8 and features much fine stone and wood carving in the 'arts and crafts' style. It appears in the book "1,000 Best English Churches" by Simon Jenkins. The nave seats 100 people but for special occasions additional seating is available for 50 is available.
The church serves the parish of Dodford with Grafton which is predominantly rural in nature. The village of Dodford was the 5th Chartist settlement opened up to development in the 1850's and still retains its original road layout and examples of the Chartist domestic dwellings.
The church is, spiritually and culturally, at the heart of the a small scattered community. Although size limits the range of church based activities, varied events are organised including a fete, harvest festival, fundraising evenings and the like. There are at least five services each month including an innovative monthly family service which is well attended by all ages. A young people’s workshop meets three times a year and enjoys strong links with the village primary school.
The church is particularly popular for weddings because of its charming rural setting and beautiful interior.