Full-on his­tory of church

Southport Visiter - - Visiter Active -

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.

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