Church of England Diocese of Lichfield Wrockwardine Wood

About Us


Praying, Giving, Loving and Serving the Community of Wrockwardine Wood and Trench since 1833. 

We are part of the Benefice of Holy Trinity Wrockwardine Wood, Holy Trinity Oakengates and St. Peter's Priorslee.

The Bishop of Lichfield has appointed Revd Debbie Loughran as Vicar of the Benefice, Revd Lisa Harper as Associate Minister and Revd Gareth Ingham as Curate.

If you would like to find out more about us and receive our weekly newsletter via email please contact [email protected] 

Our Website is www.easttelfordbenefice.co.uk and there you will find more information and links to our online services. 

Our YouTube Channel is East Telford Benefice please go and subscribe and receive all of our Services. 

Currently in the light of Covid-19 our Church can seat 29 people in regular services - please do book in advance if you wish to attend by emailing [email protected] 


Holy Trinity Wrockwardine Wood was built and consecrated in 1833 and was originally in the Parish of St Peter's Wrockwardine until the New Parishes Act came into being in the mid 1850's where Wrockwardine Wood became an independent Parish.

The area has changed significantly over the course of its history after the decline in heavy industry, but we are proud to be the last remaining public place of worship in the Parish and intend to make sure that the light of Christ still shines out into the community to which we endeavour to serve.

We are proud to have a CofE School in the Parish. 

Holy Trinity has been re-ordered with facilities in church greatly improved which includes comfortable church chairs, a level floor with under floor heating, new toilets, Hearing Loop, Sound System with projector/screen and a new Allen Organ.    

Our Mission as a church is to not only meet the worshipping needs of the congregation but to make the building accessible to the entire community so that we can relate the gospel of Christ accordingly and make his love known both in word and action.