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... 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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