Holy Trinity Church is a Church of England parish church situated on the seafront at Cowes, Isle of Wight. It overlooks the Solent and the Royal Yacht Squadron, and was consecrated in 1832 as  “a place of worship on Cowes forshore for sailors and seafarers”.  It still has special links with sailors, with links to the Royal Yacht Squadron and other sailing clubs and special services are held for Cowes Week Regatta.  There is a memorial for the sailors killed in the  Fastnet race in 1979.  However, it is still a regular parish church, welcoming regular worshippers and visitors and well behaved dogs!


During the current situation with Covid -19 , the church is closed till further notice. “NOT the pew notes” has been created to keep in touch during this stage – see the Pew Notes page for the latest issue. Also Rev Andrew Poppe is running live services on Sundays at 10 am from the vicarage garden and you can see these live on YouTube St Mary’s Cowes