Full-on history of church
IN its 180th year Holy Trinity Church, Hoghton Street, Southport has produced a revised and extended account of its history.
The book also serves as a helpful guide around the building for groups or individuals wishing to visit Trinity or learn about the many striking features within its doors.
It is a Grade II* listed building of cathedral-like proportions and there is much to see and admire.
It is also and primarily a centre of Christian worship with a distinctive and distinguished tradition of music and service to the local community and its civic life.
Copies of the book are now available, price £5 by calling personally into Trinity (open daily 10am -12noon and 2pm-3.30pm )or by calling 01704 538560.
Anyone interested in organising a tour (small groups very welcome) should telephone Bob Ball on 01704 568001.
The publication has been made possible by generous financial assistance from the Heritage Lottery Fund, which has been a partner with Trinity in its restoration project over the past four years.