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St Johns Church, Newland

St Johns Church, Newland, also known simply as St John Newland, is an Anglican evangelical church located in the parish of Newland in the city of Kingston upon Hull, England.

                                               

St Johns Church, Woking

St Johns Church is located in St Johns, Woking, England. The church is in the parish of St Johns, Diocese of Guildford, which in turn is in the Province of Canterbury. The church lends its names to the local village.

                                               

Commissioners church

A Commissioners church, also known as a Waterloo church and Million Act church, is an Anglican church in the United Kingdom built with money voted by Parliament as a result of the Church Building Acts of 1818 and 1824. The 1818 Act supplied a gra ...

                                               

Trinity Cheltenham

Trinity Cheltenham is an evangelical, charismatic Anglican church in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire. It was originally known as "Trinity" when it was first opened but later "Holy Trinity" before reverting to its original name. As well as being part ...

                                               

Church of St George, Chester Road, Hulme

The Church of St George, Chester Road, Hulme, Manchester, is an early Gothic Revival church by Francis Goodwin, built in 1826-8. It was restored in 1884 by J. S. Crowther. It was designated a Grade II* listed building on 3 October 1974. The churc ...

                                               

Oldham Parish Church

The Church of St. Mary with St. Peter, mostly known as Oldham Parish Church, is the Church of England parish church for Oldham in Greater Manchester, England. It forms part of the Diocese of Manchester, and is one of several Grade II* listed buil ...

                                               

St Lukes Church, Chelsea

The Parish Church of St Luke, Chelsea, is an Anglican church, on Sydney Street, Chelsea, London SW3, just off the Kings Road. Ecclesiastically it is in the Deanery of Chelsea, part of the Diocese of London. It was designed by James Savage in 1819 ...

                                               

St Pauls Church, Winchmore Hill

St Pauls Church in Winchmore Hill, London Borough of Enfield, was built as a Waterloo church on land donated from the Grovelands estate. The church ceiling was said to be the largest unsupported expanse of plasterwork in Europe until its renovati ...

                                               

St Pauls Church, Stockingford

In about 1819 there were riots in Stockingford. Homeworkers in the local hosiery industry were told that their wages were to be reduced. They took to the streets in protest and the local militia were brought in to deal with the unrest. The Church ...

                                               

St Andrews Church, Plaistow

St Andrews Church was a Church of England church on Barking Road in Plaistow, east London. It began as a small mission built in 1860 on Whitwell Road by St Marys Church, Plaistow. A permanent church designed by James Brooks opened in 1870 on a si ...

                                               

Church of St Michael and All Angels, Bromley-by-Bow

The Church of St Michael and All Angels was a church in Poplar, London. The Grade II listed 19th-century brick-built church was converted into flats in the 1970s, and is now known as St Michaels Court.

                                               

St Lukes Church, Leyton

                                               

St Georges Church, Macclesfield

St Georges Church is a former church in High Street, Macclesfield, Cheshire, England. It is recorded in the National Heritage List for England as a designated Grade II listed building.

                                               

St James Church Alperton

St James Church Alperton was a Gothic Revival Anglican Parish church, built in Alperton in the London Borough of Brent in London. It was situated on Stanley Avenue in the London Borough of Brent. Consecrated in 1912, the Church was declared to be ...

                                               

St James’ Church, Plaistow

                                               

St Lawrence Church, Ipswich

St Lawrence Church is a grade 2* listed church in Ipswich, Suffolk, that is now used as a community centre. The 15th-century church has the oldest ring of five church bells in the world.

                                               

St Marys Perivale

St Marys is a 12th- or 13th-century English re-used church building, during its religious lifetime dedicated to St Mary, in the London suburb of Perivale. It was the smallest of Anglican churches in the dissolved county of Middlesex, excluding th ...

                                               

St Philips Church, Plaistow

                                               

St Thomas Church, Southwark

St Thomas Church, Southwark, London, England. The first church building was part of the original St. Thomas Hospital which was located to the area around the present St Thomas Street, from the infirmary at St Mary Overie priory in 1212. The hospi ...

                                               

St Johns Church, Micklegate, York

The church dates from the 12th century, the oldest part being the based on the tower. The chancel is 14th century. The north aisle and arcade were rebuilt, and the west end extended in the 15th century. The tower collapsed in 1551 and part of the ...

                                               

St Martin-cum-Gregorys Church, Micklegate, York

The church dates from the 11th century. The north and south arcades are 13th century. The north aisle dates form the mid 14th century. The chancel, chapels and arcades were rebuilt around 1430. Originally only dedicated to St Martin, the church a ...

                                               

St Michaels Church, Spurriergate, York

The church dates from the 12th century with elements from the 14th and 15th centuries. It was reduced in size in 1821 by JB and W Atkinson. The foundation stone of the new wall of the east end was laid by the Rector on 15 January 1821. Work was c ...

                                               

St Saviours Church, York

St Saviours Church, St Savioursgate, York also known as St Saviour in the Marsh is a Grade II* listed former parish church in the Church of England in York.

                                               

Former Church of England churches in North Carolina

                                               

All Saints Church, Fulham

All Saints Church is the ancient parish church of Fulham, in the County of Middlesex, pre-dating the Reformation. It is now an Anglican Church in Fulham, London, sited close to the river Thames, beside the northern approach to Putney Bridge. The ...

                                               

Cheltenham Minster, St Marys

The Minster is the only surviving medieval building in Cheltenham. It has been in continuous use for 850 years, though between 1859 and 1877 it was closed intermittently for repairs. It is believed to have replaced a Saxon church erected on this ...

                                               

St Wulframs Church, Grantham

St Wulframs Church, Grantham, is a parish church in the Church of England in Grantham in Lincolnshire. The church has been a Grade I listed building, since 8 May 1950. In his book Englands Thousand Best Churches, Simon Jenkins begins his descript ...

                                               

Grimsby Minster

Grimsby Minster is a minster and parish church located in Grimsby, North East Lincolnshire, England. Dedicated to St James, the church belongs to the Church of England and is within the Diocese of Lincoln.

                                               

St Mary, Hadleigh

St Mary’is an Anglican church in Hadleigh, Suffolk. It is an active parish church in the Diocese of St Edmundsbury and Ipswich and the archdeaconry of Ipswich. Its earliest parts date from medieval times. The church has a late 13th-century or ear ...

                                               

St Peters Church, Harrogate

The church was formed out of the parish of Christ Church, High Harrogate. A subscription for the erection of the church was commenced and the foundation stone was laid in April, 1870. The church is of the decorated style of architecture, from a d ...

                                               

Hull Minster

Hull Minster is an Anglican minster in the centre of Kingston upon Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire, England. The church was called Holy Trinity Church until 13 May 2017 when it became Hull Minster.

                                               

Kendal Parish Church

Kendal Parish Church, also known as the Holy Trinity Church due to its dedication to the Holy Trinity, is the Anglican parish church of Kendal, Cumbria, England. It is recorded in the National Heritage List for England as a designated Grade I lis ...

                                               

St Mary the Virgin, Saffron Walden

St Mary the Virgin is the parish church of Saffron Walden, Essex. It is the largest non-cathedral church in Essex with an overall length of 183 feet and the spire, 193 feet high, which is the tallest in Essex. It was designated as a Grade I liste ...

                                               

Church of St Mary Magdalene, Newark-on-Trent

The Church of St Mary Magadalene, Newark-on-Trent is a parish church in the Church of England in Newark-on-Trent in Nottinghamshire. There has been a church on this site for nearly 1.000 years. The present church is built in the Gothic style, wit ...

                                               

St Botolphs Church, Boston

St Botolphs Church is a parish church in the Church of England in Boston, Lincolnshire. Its tower, 266 feet 9 inches tall, has been nicknamed the "Boston Stump" since its construction. It was long used as a landmark for sailors, and on a clear da ...

                                               

St James Church, Louth

The church is a medieval building. It has the tallest steeple of any medieval parish church in Britain. A recent survey has confirmed the height of the stonework as 287 feet 6 inches 87.63 m and to the top of the cockerel weather vane as 293 feet ...

                                               

St Marys Church, Bury St Edmunds

St Marys Church is the civic church of Bury St Edmunds and is one of the largest parish churches in England. It claims to have the second longest aisle, and the largest West Window of any parish church in the country. It was part of the abbey com ...

                                               

Sunderland Minster

The Minster Church of St Michael and All Angels and St Benedict Biscop is a church in Sunderland city centre, England. It was known as St Michael & All Angels Church, serving the parish of Bishopwearmouth, but was renamed on 11 January 1998 in re ...

                                               

Church of All Saints, Leighton Buzzard

The 13th-century church is dedicated to All Saints. It is Early English in style and has a 190 ft spire and some outstanding medieval ironwork, graffiti and roofs "aflutter" with carved angels gifted in the mid 15th century by Alice de la Pole, C ...

                                               

St Pauls Church, Bedford

St Pauls Church is a Church of England parish church located on St Pauls Square in the town centre of the market and county town of Bedford, Bedfordshire, England. Formerly a medieval collegiate church, the large building of cathedral proportions ...

                                               

St Peters Church, Bedford

The Parish Church of St Peter de Merton with St Cuthbert is an Anglican church on St Peters Street in the De Parys area of Bedford, Bedfordshire, England.

                                               

Church of St Andrew, Biggleswade

St Andrews Church is the Anglican parish church for the town of Biggleswade in Bedfordshire, England. The church is Grade II* listed and comes under the Diocese of St Albans. The church is noted for its monumental brass of John Rudying of 1481 fe ...

                                               

Church of All Saints, Campton

The Church of All Saints is the Anglican parish church in the village of Campton, Shefford, Bedfordshire, England. Its official title is Campton and Chicksands Parish and encompasses the villages of Campton and Chicksands and the nearby military ...

                                               

Church of Saint Mary the Virgin, Harlington, Bedfordshire

                                               

Church of All Saints, Houghton Conquest

Church of All Saints is a Grade I listed church in Houghton Conquest, Bedfordshire, England. It became a listed building on 23 January 1961. The parish church, dedicated to All Saints, was built during the 14th century. There are also several mon ...

                                               

Church of All Saints, Houghton Regis

Church of All Saints is a church in Houghton Regis, Bedfordshire, England that was Grade I listed 3 February 1967, meaning it is a building of special architectural or historic interest. The church is old and chiefly of the Decorated Gothic style ...

                                               

Church of St Andrew, Langford, Bedfordshire

Church of St Andrew is a Grade I listed church in Langford, Bedfordshire, England. It became a listed building on 31 October 1966. The three bells, the oldest of which dates back to 1772, are housed in their original wooden frame. The wheels have ...

                                               

St Marys Church, Luton

St Marys Church, is an Anglican Church in the centre of the town of Luton, England. The church has a rich and long history, being over 850 years old and has been rebuilt and refurbished constantly over the centuries. The Church is one of the larg ...

                                               

Church of All Saints, Milton Ernest

Church of All Saints is an Anglican church in the parish of Milton Ernest, Bedfordshire, England. It is part of the Benefice of Milton Ernest, Pavenham, and Thurleigh, in the Diocese of St. Albans under the Church of England.

                                               

Church of St Leonard, Old Warden

The Abbey Church of St Leonard of Old Warden is a Grade I listed church in Old Warden, Bedfordshire, England. It became a listed building on 31 October 1966.

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