Holy Trinity Church



Boar Lane Leeds, LS1 6HW


Holy Trinity Church, an excellent example of a Georgian Church, situated in the centre of Leeds, and is one of the three churches in the Parish of Leeds City.

It has built a reputation over the years of being a centre of fine music and also a place that is deeply concerned for social justice. There have been over the years many examples of musical events being held in the church, including the Handel Festivals. Examples of social justice have been the regular care for the homeless with funding being devoted, through charitable trusts, to supporting those in need.

In January 2013, the church was refurbished, with all the pews removed, new toilets built and the café upgraded with new kitchen and serving areas. This all coincided with the building, next to Holy Trinity, of the Trinity retail centre. This has brought the church into prominence with 12,000 people passing in front of its doors each week.


It has been important to the parish to continue the traditions of Holy Trinity and hence the resurgence of services weekly on Tuesday and Fridays at 1.05pm

The café, run by Nurture from St Georges Crypt, offers a training opportunity for those who want to get back into employment. Many charities use the church for their activities, including those charities who are wishing to support those with mental and physical health challenges.

On the upper floor, facilities are available for small groups to meet with rooms for private conversations and the use of WIFI.

Holy Trinity Church is reaching out by offering spiritual support and also enabling the building to be used for the benefit of the local community.