Birmingham

The Archdiocese of Birmingham has 224 parishes, some with more than one church (as of 2015), with 263 churches visited in this review. The cathedral is in Birmingham and is dedicated to St Chad. The Diocese of Birmingham was founded on 29 September 1850. It covers parts or all of the counties of Oxfordshire and Berkshire (north of the River Thames), Staffordshire, Warwickshire, West Midlands and Worcestershire. It is the Metropolitan diocese in Province of Birmingham.

Carterton – St Joseph

An L-shaped complex of two former Cotswold barns dating from the late eighteenth or early nineteenth century, used... Read More

Castle Bromwich – Mother of God and Guardian Angels

An economical but stylish design from a time of austerity, the church was built in the early 1950s to serve a new... Read More

Castle Bromwich – St Wildfrid

A large and impressive design of the mid-1960s, displaying popular motifs of church design of that time, and in... Read More

Castle Vale – St Gerard

A church of the 1980s, with a striking fortress-like exterior and a more recent freestanding glass campanile,... Read More

Cavensham – Our Lady and St Anne

A Gothic Revival suburban parish church by Canon A. J. C. Scoles, completed in stages over thirty years. A shrine to... Read More

Caverswall – St Filumena

A small, aisleless Gothic Revival church of the 1860s by a distinguished Catholic architect. It occupies a prominent... Read More

Charlbury – St Terese of Lisieux

A small, plain, stone-built mid-nineteenth century chapel, built for the Primitive Methodists and acquired for... Read More

Cheadle – St Giles

One of A. W. Pugin’s greatest achievements and the pinnacle of his work for the Sixteenth Earl of Shrewsbury. The... Read More

Chelmsley Wood – St Anne

A late design of 1988 by Cyril Horsley, simple in character, but given some external presence by the octagonal top-lit... Read More

Chesterton – St John the Evangelist

A small and functional polygonal building of 1980 with exposed laminated trusses.  Mass was first said here from... Read More

Chipping Norton – Holy Trinity

A notable neoclassical design of the 1830s by J. M. Derick, in marked contrast to the architect’s slightly later... Read More

Clayton – Our Lady and St Werburgh

A late 1950s multi-purpose building, later substantially extended. While not of architectural or historical... Read More

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