A Brief History
Holy Trinity Church in Havelock street dates back to 1854 when a group of the congregation from St Mary’s church began meeting for services in a small room in Kemp street, later moving to a church at the bottom of Military road. The church on the present site was opened for worship in 1866. This was gutted when a deranged woman set fire to it in 1897. The Gothic building with magnificent stained glass windows that stands today dates back to 1898. The church was consecrated in 1957, the centenary year. Holy Trinity Church was declared a National Monument in 1993.
We are a healing house of prayer for the nations, from where we are sent and where people come in and go out and find healing and wholeness in Jesus’ name.
Our Vision Banner
Our Vision Banner, was designed and created by a group of our very own parishioners. These ladies spent a long time creating the perfect banner for our vision. It hangs in prime position. As you enter the church you are met with a beautiful depiction of our vision. We believe that we are a healing house of prayer and as we have an extremely diverse congregation, we are the church for all nations. Our Vision Banner shows a broken world being healed by the Holy Spirit. We pride ourselves on being a church for the broken people, where they can come in and find healing and wholeness in Jesus.
Courses, Forgiveness, Generational Sin, Occult Sin, Soul Ties, Sexual sins, Rejection, And many more.
Holy Trinity Church strives through the power of the Holy Spirit, to bring people to Christ so that they will encounter Him, experience His love and be equipped to serve Him to the Father’s glory
We believe that the Bible in its entirety is the authentic Word of God— 2 Timothy 3: 16-17
We believe that our God revealed as Father, Son and Holy Spirit is the only true God— Isaiah 44: 6-8 & Luke 3: 21-22
We believe that all men are sinners and that we cannot save ourselves and that salvation is through Christ and Christ alone— John 14: 6, Romans 3: 23 & Romans 6: 23
We beleive that God has revealed Himself fully and completely in the person of Jesus Christ— 1 John 1: 1-2, 14 & Collossians 1: 13-20
We believe that God lives in the hearts of all believers through His Spirit— Romans 8: 15-17 & John 14: 15-17
We believe in the work and ministry of the Holy Spirit who manifests Himself in the life of the Church and the believers through the gifts that He imparts— 1 Corinthians 12: 1-11
We believe that God has called and set apart His Church as the body of Christ here on earth— Romans 12:4-5
We believe in the priesthood of all believers. i.e. we are all called to be ministers of God— 1 Peter 2: 9-10
We believe that the Apostles Creed and the Nicene Creed, as adopted by our Church fathers, is a true statement of our faith.