Haresfinch - St Peter and St Paul

A pleasant example of the stripped Romanesque style so widely adopted in the interwar period, with a remarkably austere interior.

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Haydock - Blessed English Martyrs

The  church  is  a  functional  modern  structure  of  little  architectural significance.

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Higher Folds - St Gabriel the Archangel

St Gabriel’s is a simple portal-frame building, typical of many low-cost buildings built to serve post-war estates. Although designed by one of the major post-war church building practices, it has very little architectural interest

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Hightown - Our Lady of Victories

Attractive building in Edwardian Arts and Crafts style, its architectural character  barely  distinguishable  from  the  houses  that  make  up  the early 20th century development of Hightown. The interior is simple and of lesser interest.

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Hindley - Sacred Heart

This is a modest inter-war building of little architectural importance.

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Hindley - St Benedict

As The Buildings of England says, ‘of no great...architectural interest outside, it is surprising and original inside’. An interesting small church designed Joseph Hansom, one of the more original Roman Catholic architects of the 19th century, with additions and refurbishment by F. X. Velarde, another original designer of national status.

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Holy Cross and St Helen - St Helens

A substantial town church built for the Jesuits, and a late work by their favoured  architect  J.J.  Scoles.  One  of  the  two  principal  places  of Catholic worship in St Helens, with an interior which retains much of its original 19th century character.

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Hunts Cross - St Andrew

A small church of no special architectural or historic interest.

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Huyton - St Agnes

An inventive and original example of 1960s church architecture by a well-known regional firm of church architects.

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Huyton - St Aidan

1990s church of utilitarian character.

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Huyton - St Columba

This is a functional modern church building of little architectural interest.

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Huyton - St Dominic

This is a  very plain inter-war brick church in the Gothic style.   The interior has been considerably altered.

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Ince - St William

Modest early 20th century red brick Gothic church by Matthew Honan.

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Ince Blundell - The Holy Family

Estate church in Quattrocento Italianate style by J.J. Scoles for the Blundell family, linked to the service wing of Ince Blundell Hall. The church has a magnificent painted interior by the Craces, with an altarpiece and panel paintings by Gebhard Flatz.

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Kirkby - Holy Angels

One of the many churches in a similar vein by the Prichard practice. Holy  Angels  is  essentially  a  tall  concrete-framed  box,  but  given  a striking character by the tall clerestorey windows.

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Kirkby - St Peter and St Paul

An  unpretentious  and  functional  church  built  to  serve  new  housing nearby.

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Kirkdale - St John the Evangelist

Large stone-built town church by established regional practice, with good internal furnishings.

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Knotty Ash - St Margaret

St Margaret Mary is described in the recent Pevsner as one of the best post-war churches in Liverpool. It is a good example of a building designed to meet the requirements of the Liturgical Movement of the 1960s with a virtually unobstructed interior. Weightman and Bullen were the most prolific Catholic architects in the Liverpool diocese at this period and their design for St Margaret Mary is a refinement of their earlier church of St Ambrose Speke.

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Knowlsey Village - St John Fisher

A utilitarian structure of little architectural interest.

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Leigh - Sacred Heart

Large 1920s town church, built in red-brick in Gothic style. The attractive exterior is prominent in the street scene, with tower and gabled roofs. The spacious interior retains some good fittings and finishes.

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