About UsWelcome to Holy Trinity, Ettingshall! We are a community of Christians whose life centres on the life, teachings, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ.
We are friendly, welcoming and try not to take ourselves too seriously.
We gather together every Sunday at the church in Farrington Rd, for Mass at 9.30am, and at various times in the week. You can also find our services streamed on Facebook if you can't make it in person, or just want to dip a toe in.
It's wonderful to take time out to celebrate, pray, and to reflect upon our lives and on what God might be doing with them.
The Church of the Most Holy Trinity serves the Parish of Ettingshall which lies to the south of the city of Wolverhampton. The church building was consecrated in 1961 and along with our Parish Hall provides a flexible, modern building in which both worship and a variety of community groups are able to work side-by-side to serve God and his people amongst whom we live and work. Holy Trinity is a church in the Anglo-Catholic tradition, proclaiming Jesus Christ through Word and Sacrament. We are part of the Diocese of Lichfield, under the Episcopal care of the Bishop of Oswestry. At the heart of our lives together is the regular celebration of the Mass, in church on Sunday, and more informally in the Hall on Monday afternoon. See "what's on" for services. We do our best to offer to God the very best worship we can, and as we are fed by the Word of God and his Sacraments we are sent out to live transformed lives in the service of the local community and the world beyond. The Sacrament of Reconciliation (Confession) is available to all by arrangement with the parish priest. Arrangements for Baptisms, Weddings and for the reading of Banns of Marriage can be made via contact with Fr Damian, our parish priest (contact details can be found on this website) We look forward to welcoming you to Holy Trinity soon.
Father Damian Feeney (Parish Priest)
Father Adam Edwards (Assistant Priest)
Father Ross Brooks (Assistant Priest)