Holy Trinity Church, Birchfield
|Denomination||Church of England|
|Heritage designation||Grade II* listed|
|Architect(s)||J. A. Chatwin|
|Length||117 feet (36 m)|
|Width||48.5 feet (14.8 m)|
|Diocese||Anglican Diocese of Birmingham|
Holy Trinity Church is a Grade II* listed parish church in the Church of England in Birchfield, Birmingham. In 2018, the church was placed on Historic England's Heritage at Risk register due to its poor condition, particularly the roof. 
The foundation stone was laid on 26 May 1863, and the church was built by the architect J. A. Chatwin and builders Briggs & Son of rock faced red sandstone with white limestone bands and dressings. It was consecrated on 17 May 1864, by John Lonsdale, the Bishop of Lichfield. It was built for a congregation of 612 people. The building is 117 ft long, 48.5 ft wide.
The church contained an organ dating from 1866 by Banfield. A specification of the organ can be found on the National Pipe Organ Register.
- The Buildings of England. Warwickshire. Nikolaus Pevsner. p.182. Second Edition. 1966. Penguin Books Limited
- Heritage at Risk - West Midlands Register 2018 (Report). Historic England. p. 53. Retrieved 20 January 2019.
- Birmingham Daily Post. Wednesday 27 May 1863 p.3. New Church for Birchfield
- Birmingham Daily Post. Wednesday 18 May 1864. p.3. Trinity Church, Birchfield
- "NPOR J00006". National Pipe Organ Register. British Institute of Organ Studies. Retrieved 9 February 2015.