The Diocese of Lancaster has 137 churches (as of 2005). The cathedral is in Lancaster and is dedicated to St Peter. The Diocese of Lancaster was founded on 22 November 1924. It consists of the historic counties of Lancashire north  of  the  Ribble  and  the counties of Cumberland and Westmoreland. It is a suffragan diocese in Province of Liverpool, and is subject to the Archdiocese of Liverpool.

Scorton – St Mary and St George

Fine stone built church by the Hansoms, well maintained and little altered, which forms a good group with the... Read More

Seascale – St Joseph

Post war church, not of special architectural or historic interest. Seascale developed as a small seaside town... Read More

Silloth – Our Lady of the Assumption

A simple mid-Victorian Gothic chapel, built for Congregational use, which is of local interest and makes a positive... Read More

St Anne’s-on-the-Sea – Our Lady Star of the Sea

Stone built gothic church by Peter Paul Pugin, built under the patronage of Canon James Taylor with support from the... Read More

St Anne’s-on- the- Sea – St Alban

Post-war church, not of special architectural or historic interest. A parish census of 1961 had revealed a... Read More

Staveley – Sacred Heart

Utilitarian twentieth century structure,  not of special architectural or historic interest. The... Read More

Thornton-le-Fylde – Sacred Heart

While not of the same townscape or design quality as Pugin and Pugin’s later church at Ansdell, the church and... Read More

Thornton-le-Fylde – St Nicholas Owen

Post war structure, not of special architectural or historical interest The church was built in 1974. Nicholas... Read More

Thurnham – St Thomas and St Elizabeth

This is a highly competent mid nineteenth essay in ecclesiologically-correct fourteenth century design, by a major... Read More

Torrisholme, Morecambe – The Good Shepherd

Former Methodist chapel, not of great architectural significance, but forming part of an attractive townscape around... Read More

Ulverston – St Mary of Furness

This is one of the more interesting Sinnott and Powell churches. Although the large interior  volume  is ... Read More

Warwick Bridge – Our Lady and St Wilfrid

A small but highly significant sandstone church by A.W.N.Pugin, leading architect and propagandist of the Gothic... Read More

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