8:45am, 10:30am, 7:30pm
We are one big family that gathers together on Sundays for worship, prayer, teaching and communion and biblically our priority for our gatherings is that we really would love one another. Regardless of where you are on your journey, you are welcome at Holy Trinity. We seek to be a church that reflects the wider community of St Austell, so everyone’s welcome. We do hope that your experience with us on a Sunday will soon help you to feel at home.
We know that on arrival to Holy Trinity for the first time it is not always clear how to get into the building, so here’s a little note to help. Entrance to Holy Trinity is gained by the south door. As you approach the church tower through the double gates go around to the right of the building and you will see the entrance to the church on your left.
Bringing younger ones
We have a dedicated team of volunteers who each Sunday provide fun and interactive sessions for children age 0-14 at our 10:30am service.
If you have any questions about our childrenâ€™s and youth work please feel free to contact Dave Smith, our children’s and youth worker.
Coffee and chat
Join us from 10 till 10:25am before our morning service.
Free parking is ONLY available on Sundays in the public car park in North Street. Passing Holy Trinity on your right hand side continue up along North Street between Stratton Creber Estate Agent on your right and and the town shops on your left. Weave your way behind Queen’s Head and you will see the car park on your right hand side. The entrance is narrow but there are plenty of spaces.
Parking is also available at our church hall site. With Holy Trinity on your right hand side – continue driving around past the front of the church, along Church street. Then turn left up Trevarthian Road. Continue up Trevarthian Road for about 200 meters. The entrance to the church hall and car park is on the right hand side shortly before the footbridge across the railway. From Monday to Friday there is only limited parking available during business hours.