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This church us a living tribute to all those who have ministered and worshipped here. The stained glass windows are fantastic. The condition of the building is a credit to the community. Even if not into churches go and have a look. Leave a few...More
A beautiful church built from local schist with granite dressings, built around 1861 and set amidst glorious grounds and a short walk to the historic town of Maldon.The first pipe organ in the church was installed in 1865 and is now at the Holy Trinity...More
Maldon has historically been more than alive with religion - even having a main street called Church Street.
Trinity was a bit special in our Maldon visit yesterday. Not only was it well maintained and welcoming, but also it cherished its history, it families and...More
A fine old pipe organ is a feature of this church. The building dates from 1861. It's built of bluestone and grey granite and is in English Gothic style with a small bell tower. It sits on a broad block of grassed ground, with a...More