About 
The Heritage
& Arts Centre

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The Heritage and Arts Centre (The HAC) is a newly formed, community focused space dedicated to facilitating heritage and arts events within the restored Holy Trinity Bow Church in Mile End East London. 

 In 2019 the then dormant church hall was re-opened to the public for a pilot art exhibition displaying new ideas for the church space by architect Julian McIntosh.

 From that point the NTCOG congregation and Trustees (Epainos Ministries), alongside Julian McIntosh Architects have worked together to revive and re-open the space as an heritage and arts space for the community and city.

Restoration

Holy Trinity, described as a hidden gem, was closed after becoming redundant in 1984 and since then its condition has gradually deteriorated into dilapidation.  It was placed on the Heritage at Risk Register in 2008 after lying largely unoccupied since 1984.

Currently Epainos Ministries use the church hall for services as well as renting the spaces out for weddings, funerals, Christenings and events. 


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FUNDING PARTNERS

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WHO WE HAVE WORKED WITH

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Get
involved

Whether you want to volunteer a few hours of your time as a one off, or regularly work for the organisation, everyone can contribute to the success of a community business. 

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Address:
The HAC, Lichfield Rd, Bow 
London E3 5AT

Phone/ mobile : 020 8983 4416 / 07508186172
Email: info@thehac.org
Instagram: @theHACbow
Twitter: @TheHACBow 
Tripadvisor: @TheHACBow
Linkedin: @TheHACBow

© The Heritage & Arts Centre  All rights reserved. UK Registered Charity No. 250306. UK Company No. 917145