The church is located on the corner of Albert Road and Francis Avenue in Southsea.
World War I Roll of Honour
There has been a church at this place since 1892 when an iron structure was erected and called the Albert Road Wesleyan Church. It was replaced by a permanent building in 1901 designed by Mr. R. J. Winnicott. It was designed in a classical style, reminiscent of St. Mark's in Venice. The interior is completely unchanged since it was built and remains the only example of this style from the Victorian era. The church was renamed Trinity Methodist Church in 1932.
The Foundation Plaque is sited on the west wall and records the laying of the Foundation Stones on April 11th 1900 by the Mayor, H.R. Pink Esq. On the plaque are nine names of people who paid £20 each for the priviledge.