A view of the beautiful hand carved Victorian pews with "Polly" the Eagle Lecturn.  The lecturn masqueraded as a money box during 1649 - 1660.

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Our Church Photo Album!

 

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Images of Holy Trinity Church and surrounds.  Included here is an old slide photo of a previous vicar, now Canon Nigel Abbott (Canon of St Albans), and an old colour postcard of Priory Row with the old church wooden bell tower. Find some real stained glass miniature cameo gems here too........and guess which window they appear in! 

 Please click each photo on this page to enlarge (photo or new page will open in a new window). Hover the mouse over the picture for more information too!  (Descriptions will appear when you select the picture)

Holy Trinity and surrounds past.....

Priory Row before the demolition of the Church Centre

Priory Row before the demolition of the Church Centre

The Church Centre in Priory Row before demolition

The Church Centre before demolition.

A drawing of Trinity during Victorian times before the last reordering of the church.

A drawing of Trinity during Victorian times before the last reordering of the church.

Rev. Nigel Abbot, now Canon Abbot,  a previous vicar in procession during the 1970's Priory Row in 1918 with old wooden bell tower A plan of Holy Trinity Church in 1870 by T W Whitley

Holy Trinity Stained Glass.....gems you might miss.....

Small part of the St Thomas window giving a cameo depiction of Abraham preparing to slay Isaac.

Small part of the St Thomas window giving a cameo depiction of Abraham preparing to slay Isaac.

Part of St Thomas window depicting a cameo of St Peter with an angel

Part of St Thomas window depicting a cameo of St Peter with an angel

A cameo nativity scene found in the top of the east window or "Brides Window"

A cameo nativity scene found in the top of the east window or "Brides Window"

A portion of the Littlewood window showing angels with the inscription "Holy, holy, holy is the Lord..."

Angels seen in the Littlewood window

The Entry into Jerusalem of Jesus - stained glass window in the Marler Chapel.

The Entry into Jerusalem of Jesus - stained glass window in the Marler Chapel.


Views inside Holy Trinity.....................

The high altar and sanctuary adorned for Pentecost.

The high altar and sanctuary adorned for Pentecost.

 

The main altar and reredos in Pentecostal glory

The main altar and reredos in Pentecostal glory

Left click to find out more about this wonderful stained glass window "The West Window"

Left click to find out more about this wonderful stained glass window "The West Window"

 

The Victorian painting of St Raphael in Holy Trinity Church sanctuary.

The Victorian painting of St Raphael in Holy Trinity Church sanctuary.

find out more about Sir Ninian Comber who designed the East or "Brides'" ' Window

The East or "Brides'" Window aptly named as brides funded it

Lorna Webb from South Australia provided us this photo of an old coffin in the church.

One of the many brass stand lamps created for Holy Trinity by Skidmore

Click picture to find out more about Frances Skidmore who designed these lamps

 

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PLEASE NOTE: These are historic pages of Holy Trinity Church and the church interior may have changed since our photographs were taken as they do not post date 2005.

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