Holy Trinity Church stands in a country lane near the hamlet of Howgill, between Sedbergh and Tebay, Cumbria, England. It is an active Anglican church in the Parish of Lune, Diocese of Carlisle. Howgill consists of only a few cottages, an old school and school-house. The lancet-windowed church of Holy Trinity, that was built in 1838.
This church is well hidden but worth the search. It has a beautiful and peaceful location and can be the start and finish of a walk into the nearby Howgill Fells. A footpath connects the hamlet with the nearby Dales Way.
Some grassy parking available next to the Church. Please make sure to close the gate off Howgill Lane.
More information about Howgill Church and some photos, may be found on the website of Visit Cumbria, here:
Howgill Church is now part of the small united benefice of Lune, along with Firbank and Killington Churches, both also well worth a visit for their lovely locations and spiritual ambience. Worship still takes place in the parish most Sundays but the pattern is irregular - so please contact the Priest-in-Charge or Churchwardens for details.