Churches

Here is a complete listing of the churches of England and Wales that have been assessed under the 'Taking Stock' project.

You can perform and advanced 'Church Search' using the form.

++Westminster – Metropolitan Cathedral of the Most Precious Blood

The cathedral church of the Archdiocese of Westminster and the mother church of the Catholic community in England and... Read More

+Arundel – Cathedral Church of Our Lady and Saint Philip Howard

The Cathedral Church of Our Lady and Saint Philip Howard was designed from 1868-9 and built from 1870-3. The architect... Read More

+Birmingham – St Chad’s Cathedral

The cathedral church of the Archdiocese of Birmingham, and a major early work by A. W. N. Pugin. The church was built... Read More

+Brentwood – Cathedral Church of St Mary and St Helen

The cathedral church of the Diocese of Brentwood, and the first Classical cathedral to be built in England since... Read More

+Cardiff – Metropolitan Cathedral Church of St David

A large town church by Pugin & Pugin, elevated to cathedral status in 1920. The building was badly damaged by... Read More

+Clifton – Cathedral Church of St Peter and St Paul

The cathedral church of the Diocese of Clifton, and the first cathedral to be conceived and built in England after the... Read More

+Lancaster – Cathedral Church of St Peter

Built as an ambitious parish church in the confident years after the restoration of the hierarchy, and the... Read More

+Leeds – Cathedral Church of St Anne

St Anne’s is unique in England as a cathedral built in the Arts and Crafts Gothic style. Almost square on plan, it... Read More

+Liverpool – Metropolitan Cathedral of Christ the King

One of the major British buildings of the twentieth century. The building comprises two parts, each of international... Read More

+Middlesbrough – St Mary’s Cathedral

Built in 1987, the cathedral and its associated complex form a large and visually prominent feature in the area and are... Read More

+Newcastle-upon-Tyne – Cathedral Church of St Mary

The cathedral church of the Diocese of Hexham and Newcastle, built from designs by A. W. Pugin as a ‘large... Read More

+Northampton – Cathedral Church of Our Lady and St Thomas of Canterbury

The cathedral church of the Diocese of Northampton. Originating as a small chapel and residence in 1825 (both of which... Read More

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