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About Hull Minster

Until 13 May 2017, Hull Minster was the Holy Trinity Church, the largest parish church in the whole of England.

The building dates back to about 1300 and contains some of the finest medieval brick-work in the UK, particularly in the transepts. The Minster Church is now a Grade I listed building and William Wilberforce, who led the parliamentary campaign against the slave trade, was baptised here.

In November 2014 plans were unveiled for Hull minster for extensive renovations to begin from 2016 onwards.

“As Minster, we continue our civic role in the city, hosting civic events and services and being an encouragement to those involved in governing and caring for our city”.

“We are a ‘prophetic voice’ of encouragement, challenge and hope to the city. Our church building is open throughout the week to welcome visitors and pilgrims, always seeking to offer the love of God to all who enter.”


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