Holy Trinity Church, Birchfield
We look forward to welcoming you to Holy Trinity Birchfield. This year’s activities include a church history talk, displays and organ music.
Holy Trinity Church, Birchfield is a Grade II* listed building and was opened and consecrated in 1864. It is an example of the work of the architect J A Chatwin, who was a well-known builder of churches and other buildings in Birmingham during the 19th Century. The church is built in the Victorian Gothic Style and is a key landmark in the local area.
There are many original features such as the stained glass windows, the pulpit and carved relief of the Crucifixion behind the altar. We also have a set of Stations of the Cross, created in the Art Deco style.
We are part of the Church of England, and we invite you to come along and see our church, which has been welcoming people since 1864. Join us as we celebrate our past, present and future.
Organised by Holy Trinity Church, Birchfield
Date & Time
Sat 9 Sept | 11am–4pm
LocationHoly Trinity Church, Trinity Road, B6 6AH (corner of Birchfield Rd and Trinity Rd)
Booking not required
AccessThe church is fully accessible except for a stepped area leading up to the High Altar. There is an accessible toilet.