The Holy Trinity Church is an inter-denominational Christian church in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. It is part of the Chaplaincy of Dubai, Sharjah and the Northern Emirates. It was founded on 5 April 1970, on the land granted by the Emir of Dubai, Sheikh Rashid bin Saeed Al Maktoum. The church has strong ties to the Anglican tradition, but is used by over 120 different Christian groups, with 10-11,000 worshippers attending weekly.
Rev Dr Ruwan Palapathwala was appointed senior chaplain in 2011, and Rev Tim Heaney was appointed as associate chaplain in 2012. The Bishop of the Anglican Diocese of Cyprus and the Gulf is Rt Reverend Bishop Michael Lewis, who began his ministry in 2007.
The Holy Trinity Church in Dubai is situated in the area of Oud Metha, and is near to the St. Mary's Catholic Church in Dubai.