Holy Trinity has just completed a major upgrade of its hall facilities to enable it to serve church and community better.                                                                    

We now offer:

  • A large hall     
  • A completely new small hall (the Taylor Hall)
  • A second renovated small hall

Other improvements made include:

  •    An extended, refitted kitchen
  •    A new disabled toilet
  •    A new office for the administrator of Holy Trinity and our sister church, St Augustine, Tooting.
  •    Better disabled access throughout.

Serving the community

Serving the community is at the core of our Christian purpose.  This is the latest of many adaptations of our buildings over the years to offer facilities to the community.

Our halls are used by a wide range of leisure and cultural groups, including yoga, tai chi, and dance. We host several support groups for vulnerable people such as those recovering from mental illness and alcohol problems. A kindergarten uses the hall on

weekday mornings. 


Welcome : Open Day on 22 March

Our Open Day from 11am to 3pm on Saturday 22nd March is an opportunity to see the new facilities and get to know us at Holy Trinity over some refreshments.  All are welcome. 

All are welcome too at the blessing of the halls by the Bishop of Kingston at our 10am service on Sunday 2nd March.

Booking the halls

Booking enquiries are welcome on 07503 949471 or email: halls@holytrinityuppertooting.org.uk. For more information on the halls, click here.

The Taylor legacy

This project has been made possible by the very generous legacy of former parishioners Jack and Olga Taylor, supplemented by grants from City Bridge Trust and Biffa. The congregation has also raised £15000 for fitting out the new areas.


To complete the fitting out to the highest standard, we are looking to raise further funds in the coming months. If you would like to make a contribution, please email The next fundraising event is a ‘Messiah from scratch’ on 15th March - no musical expertise needed, just enthusiasm!                     


                                                                          A bird's eye view from the BP garage side