The £4.3million project to repair the grade I listed Georgian building is now complete and officially opened to the public in Autumn 2021.
The beautiful baroque building was opened in 1719 as the church for the newly created Parish of Sunderland and served the local community until it’s closure in 1988. Shortly afterwards it came into the care of The Churches Conservation Trust (TCCT), the national
heritage charity protecting historic churches at risk. Due to the opening year, it has now re-opened after the restoration under the new modernised name ‘Seventeen Nineteen’.
The community can enjoy a range of activities to learn about the stories of Old Sunderland, Adults, families and children can take part in the Holy Trinity education programme, including activities and events, there will also be a range of performances and annual events such as Christmas by Candlelight and New Year Celebration. Not forgetting there are spaces to hire for group or individual use!
See our page for this project here – https://tgace.co.uk/project/holy-trinity-church/