“Of all the parochial churches in England this is one of the grandest. Indeed, it may be said to take the first rank.” So began a description of Holy Trinity in Bulmer's Gazetteer of 1892. “The architects and builders of the days when this church was built had a noble idea of the relative importance of the habitations of man and the temples devoted to the worship of God. This church records their efforts in every column, and line, and arch, and in its silent eloquence we learn that the men of the old time built in the belief that against their church the gates of hell should not prevail, and erected, for all time, a place where men should worship in the ‘beauty of holiness’.”
This magnificent awe-inspiring building is over 700 years old and appears in the Guinness Book of Records as England's largest parish church (by area). Come and see for yourself the many unique and fascinating features this jewel of Hull has to offer.