Other links: Map with parish boundaries      Bradford on Avon Churches Together (BACT)          Small Pilgrim Places Tourism association Town Council The BoA community web site Benefice Safeguarding Policy.pdf

The Benefice Safeguarding Policy

Holy Trinity is a thriving and welcoming Grade I listed Parish Church in the inclusive and liberal modern catholic tradition, and has an active membership today of over 150. A brief history of the church written by Anne Willis gives some interesting insights into the place of the church in the community down the centuries. We are part of the Church of England within the worldwide Anglican Communion and (rather more locally) the Diocese of Salisbury.  And the parish of Holy Trinity is part of the Benefice of Bradford on Avon Holy Trinity, Westwood and Wingfield. The Revd Canon Joanna Abecassis is the Rector of this relatively new benefice, which was formed in 2013.

We are always seeking to be open to God and to grow in our personal faith and as a church community: so we are on a journey! And that journey began a very long time ago: the current church building has existed since 1150, but underwent a massive transformation and regeneration in 2016 (when the church was closed for a year). We called this project ‘Opening our Doors’ and so now rejoice in the fact that, not only do we have the most magnificent cathedral-like building, but our doors are open every day of the week welcoming in both members of our community and visitors from afar. And the new glass doors proclaim the message, ‘Be still and know that I am God’.                        

Full details of services, times and music are given on the five buttons below: the Weekly Bulletin, Monthly Diary, Monthly Service times and Parish News (the parish magazine).  And please do contact us if you’d like to hire the church for an event, or are interested in a marriage or a baptism – or just to say hello!