Holy Trinity Church, Adelaide

Holy Trinity Church, Adelaide

Holy Trinity Church is an Anglican church on North Terrace. In terms of weekly attendance, Trinity is the largest Anglican church in South Australia. Holy Trinity Anglican Church is historically significant in that it contains elements of the earliest surviving Anglican church building in South Australia.

Governor Hindmarsh laid the foundation stone on 28 January 1838 and the church opened in about August that year. The building quickly became a landmark with its ‘peaked cap’ top tower and the Vulliamy clock . Trinity is part of the Adelaide Diocese and has an increasing number of locally trained staff, particularly trainees through the Ministry Training Strategy and students of the Bible College of South Australia.

Opening hours: Monday — Friday: 9 am – 5 pm
Sight description based on Wikipedia.

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Sight Name: Holy Trinity Church
Sight Location: Adelaide, Australia (See walking tours in Adelaide)
Sight Type: Religious
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