The Sacred Trinity

Susie Stubbs
Sacred Trinity Church Salford, Alex Wolkowicz for Creative Tourist

A small but historically important church that was apparently the first church in Salford; it was originally built in 1635 though much of the current building dates from the 18th century. This Grade II-listed gem is presided over by the Rev. Andy Salmon, who also cares for the nearby St. Phillip’s. Both churches regularly host live music gigs, and are part of the annual Sounds from the Other City new music festival.

Image: Alex Wolkowicz for Creative Tourist (2010).

 

Chapel Street SalfordM3 5DW View map
Telephone: 0161 834 2041 Visit Now

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Religious services, baptisms, weddings, social clubs, concerts and events

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