Asa previouslysparselypopulated‘country’parish withalong historygoingbacktopre-medieval times,the population hasseen periodsofmajor growthand change
inthe last150 years-the constructionofVictorianWolverton,postwar housingdevelopmentofthe‘’ Galleon estate(and Old Wolvertonindustrialemploymentarea)
and 1970’s developmentatGreenleys, FullersSlade, StaceyBushesand HodgeLea.
Veryrecentlynew housingschemes have beenbuiltaround usonold employment sites,
andmorenewhomesare currentlyunder construction.
HT as part of the Milton Keynes Deanery
Holy Trinity is one of the churches belonging to the MK Deanery where there are many
opportunities to engage in mission, reflection or mutual support across the city
– either as an Anglican or with ecumenical partners.. All the Deanery clergy and
people look to serving God in a sustainable, joyful and productive way.
The Diocese of Oxford serves the mission of the Church in Buckinghamshire, Berkshire
and Oxfordshire. The Diocese comprises more than 600 parishes, with over 800 churches,
serving a diverse population of more than 2 million people located in all types of
The Diocesan Bishop is the Rt Revd John Pritchard. Due to the size and complexity
of the Diocese, we also have three Area Bishops who exercise considerable strategic
oversight for their Episcopal areas. The Bishop of Buckingham is the Rt Rev’d Alan
Wilson who has been the Area Bishop with responsibility for Holy Trinity since 2004.