The Best Church in Kingston Upon Hull

Handpicked Top 3 Churches in Kingston Upon Hull, UK. Our 50-Point Inspection includes everything from checking reviews, ratings, reputation, history, complaints, satisfaction, trust and cost to the general excellence. You deserve only the best!


10a - 11 King Street, Kingston Upon Hull HU1 2JJ

Since 1285

Wedding, Funerals, Choir, Prayer, Worship, Sunday Classes, Meetings, Festivals, Baptism, Bible Teaching & Divine Prayer

It is the largest parish church in England - Grade I listed building

Tue - Sun 10:00 am - 4:00 pm Mon Closed

Trinity Church was a great experience. It is set in a quaint little part of town with great restaurants and shopping around. The church itself is very active in community events, even hosting a beer festival! There are also mice carved into the furniture by the carpenter commissioned to build it. It was fun to learn about the history of the church.
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Jubilee Central, 62 King Edward Street, Kingston Upon Hull HU1 3SQ

Since 2006

Music, Preparatory Prayer, Sunday Classes, Worship, Meetings, Functions, Bible Teaching, Choir, Festivals & Divine Prayer

A multi-cultural church serving Hull and the surrounding region - In Sundays coffee and various snacks being served

Tue - Fri 9:00 am - 5:00 pm

Amazing church with a strong sense of family; loving and caring for each other without judgment; passionate about serving God and each other. A very real, honest and genuine leaders who lead by example. It is a privilege to be part of this church where there is constant encouragement and opportunity to grow in personal relationship with God.
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12 Jarratt Street, Kingston Upon Hull HU1 3HB

Since 1829

Mass, Catechism, Preparatory Prayer, Sunday Classes, Committees, Divine Prayer, Baptism, Bible Teaching, Meetings, Choir, Worship, Festivals & Wedding

Grade I listed Building - It is a hidden gem at the heart of the city of Hull - One of the most opulent and dramatic interiors of any nineteenth century church in England - A fantastical Roman church with a heavy touch of Austrian rococo

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Whilst walking around the city exploring various parts, we found ourselves walking past a set of stained glass doors. Being nosey, walked up the steps and were totally blown away. What a hidden gem of a church. Very peaceful and friendly. The ceilings and stained glass is amazing. There's some restoration going on but still beautiful.
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