Holy Trinity Church, Marcross is another example of a fine 12th century building, with a number of distinctive Norman elements still to be seen.
Fine church of C12 origins with later C13 & C14 additions.
Church comprises, nave, chancel, South porch, and unbuttressed West tower with saddleback roof, single plain bell chamber openings. Other features include; original trefoiled single lancets to chancel, Norman South door, Norman chancel arch and large tub font.
A Sunday service takes place at Holy Trinity Church, Marcross at 9.30am on the 1st and 3rd Sunday of each month (please check the Service Rota or contact the Parish Office on 01446 792439 for further details)