“Here are table, font and pulpit, here the cross has central place.”
(Singing the Faith, Hymn 26 v2)
Trinity Church, Sutton, is a Grade 2 listed building and a landmark in the town.
The exterior of our church is in Kentish Ragstone and the highly unusual crown and lantern spire is shared with Newcastle Cathedral and St Giles Cathedral in Edinburgh.
The interior resembles a traditional parish church, except for the wide nave, which means that everyone has an unrestricted view of the pulpit indicating the importance placed on preaching.
2007 marked the centenary of the buildings, celebrated by carrying out major restoration works and the installation of a peal of electronic bells in the tower which now clearly proclaim our presence in the town centre.