Address: Via Garibaldi, Introdacqua

Hours: Only the first Sunday of each month for Mass


The church of the Holy Trinity was built in the 18th century on the ruins of an ancient temple dedicated to San Panfilo. This earlier church, built in the 11th century at the entrance of the village, was unfortunately damaged by the same flood that struck the mother church and was half buried by a huge pile of alluvial material.   Instead of recovering it, the preference was to build a new church which was completed in 1706.
The presence of the original building, below the current floor level, is shown by the surfacing of some capitals of less than a metre in height and from the recent discovery of a fresco and part of a staircase. Over the arch closest to the main altar, there is also a large image of San Panfilo, which was commissioned by the first Rector.


The façade is crowned horizontally with a slight overhang by the projecting ridge of the roof. The portal has a stone frame and corner ledges that support the arched lintel in the middle. Above it is a painting in gouache depicting the Holy Trinity within an oval frame. On the wall, at the bottom, there are two square windows with splayed frames and, above them, two small circular openings. On the right is the ancient sundial.


The interior of the building, decorated in the Baroque style, has an unusual floor plan with only two aisles. The middle one is in line with the portal and the smaller one on the right side has a separate entrance. The roof above the right aisle is flat, with small vaults. On the back wall, at the high altar, is a 17th century oil painting on canvas, depicting the Holy Trinity, while other paintings adorn the side altars. On the opposite wall above the entrance, is an organ from the late 18th century whose sound parts have been repeatedly reconstructed in the 19th century. The current floor from the 18th century is about two metres higher than that of the previous church. The church houses the statue of the Virgin which at Easter is used in the religious event of the “Madonna che Vèle”, namely that "flies" to her Risen Son.