Welcome to Holy Trinity, Scoulton
The United Benefice of High Oak & Hingham with Scoulton & Woodrising
Holy Trinity at Woodrising, the church building dates mostly from the early 14th century and stands on ground where three manors meet.
The tower of Holy Trinity church is unfinished and three different materials were used on the roofs of the building: the nave is thatched, there are slate roofs on the aisles and tiles on the chancel.
There are aisles to north and south, but no chancel, creating the impression of a wide, low structure. The windows about are all late 13th or early 14th century, all filled with clear glass, and this gives the interior of the church a very special atmosphere from the moment you open the south door.