With effect from 18th April 2021 Holy Trinity Church in Hartshill Nuneaton is open once more for public worship on Sundays at 10:00am In line with ongoing Covid restrictions:
To stay within the rules currently in place there is a limit on numbers and therefor you MUST book a place in advance by contacting Heather, the Vicar, on 02476 392266.Please leave a message including your phone number so that your place can be confirmed.
Please do not turn up without booking a space as unfortunately you may be turned away.
Services are available by email and you can sign up for these on the same number.
At Holy Trinity Hartshill we are able to perform ceremonies for weddings, baptisms / christenings and funeral services. For more information, you can contact a church warden.
There is a number of groups that meet at the church or the attached Community Hub throughout the week. Take a look and see if there are any groups you would like to participate in.
The picturesque church sits in the heart of Hartshill and has stood for over 150 years. If you wish to know more about the churches heritage then an article by Rose Tyler can help – Read More.
Holy Trinity Church
17th October 2021
Work began back in 1842 when it was decided by the Parish of Mancetter Vestry that a Parish Church was deemed necessary within Hartshill which, at that time, had a population of around 1000 villagers.
Quickly, the local community raised £650 to start the build and when Mr. Richard Jee agreed to donate the stone needed, work was soon under way!
Sadly mid way through the build construction halted and part of the base structure had tumbled. With dwindling funds the build was looking dire... Until Rev H.E. Lowe paid a visit to some friends in near by Atherstone and graciously donated enough money to complete the build.
The first Holy Communion Service was held there on Sunday 30th April 1848 by the Vicar of Mancetter, as Hartshill's new Vicar, Rev. W.J. Edge had not yet been appointed. The Consecration Service took place at the end of June. Learn more here