The Heritage
& Arts Centre


Holy Trinity Church - Morgan Street is the iconic Anglican parish church of England and has been a centre of Christian worship for the borough Since 1275. Our vision is to see a renaissance through restoring lives, revitalising church, renewing culture, in Jesus’ name.

Holy Trinity Church was built to form the focus of planned residential development around Rhondda Grove of c.1840, formerly Cottage Grove. Although initially built as a chapel, it came to serve the parish of Mile End Old Town in 1841. Its well-preserved churchyard, which closed to burial in 1853, was refurbished in 1886/7 as Holy Trinity Garden by the MPGA.

Numerous headstones remain in their original positions with clear inscriptions. The garden has C20th railings set in original Portland stone coping on a parapet wall and there are notable lime trees on the south side of the garden. 

Restoration Project

To facilitate our ambitious vision, Holy Trinity Church - Morgan Street is a once in a  lifetime restoration project. This £XX million project will turn this iconic building into a world class arts centre and events venue. The space is designed to be a cathedral of creativity for church, music and unique experiences.