Holy Trinity, Spooner Row is our Daughter Church in the community of Spooner Row on the southern edge of the parish. it was built in 1842, and has been used as a church ever since. It has its own loyal worshippers who maintain its life and witness.
Services are usually held on the second and fourth Sundays of the month at 11:00 and visitors are most welcome.
Spooner Row Church is also very popular for concerts and rehearsal space, and has a lively social calendar.
For more information about Spooner Row church please go to our Contact Us page, or ring Janet King on 01953 602007.
The first service in Holy Trinity, Spooner Row, was held in December 1842. To mark this occasion, we are putting on a series of events. These are detailed below. Entry to them all is free, and they are open to everyone.
Wednesday 15th November 7.00 pm
Canon Roy Tricker will give a talk on his recent research into the fascinating history of this church, previously Wattlefield Chapel, after which his new booklet about the building will be on sale.
Friday 17th November 7.00 pm
A special concert to mark the church anniversary by local singers and children from Spooner Row Primary School.
Saturday 18th November 10.00 am - 4.00pm
The church will be open from 10am to view art and history displays. Refreshments will be served. Presentation to winners of Art competitions at 3pm followed by celebratory cake.
Sunday 19th November 2.00 pm
An uplifting Thanksgiving Service, followed by more cake!
All events take place in the church. Parking will be at Spooner Row school.