The Diocese of Northampton has 73 churches (as of 2009). The cathedral is in Northampton and is dedicated to Our Lady Immaculate and St Thomas of Canterbury. The Diocese of Northampton encompasses the counties of Bedfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Northamptonshire and that part of Berkshire (formerly in Buckinghamshire) that lies to the north of the River Thames.

Datchet – St Augustine

A  characterful  rural  church  with  an unusual  stage-scenery  Classical façade and a homely interior with... Read More

Desborough – Holy Trinity

A   good   late-Victorian   former   Nonconformist   church   of   distinctive design, prominent in the... Read More

Dunstable – St Mary

An ambitious design of the early 1960s, built from designs by Desmond Williams & Associates at the time of the... Read More

Earls Barton – St Anselm

The  church  is  a  utilitarian  design  of  the  late  1960s,  and  is  of  little architectural or... Read More

Eton – Our Lady of Sorrows

An interesting and lavish curiosity as an early 20th¬† century ‚Äėcopy‚Äô of a Baroque church on a small scale, richly... Read More

Eton Wick – St Gilbert

A modest church of the 1960s, conventionally longitudinal in plan, and displaying architectural and decorative detail... Read More

Gerrards Cross – St Joseph

A  curious  hybrid  building  of  two  dates;  of  the  uncompleted  earlier church of 1914 survives one... Read More

Great Billing – Our Lady of Perpetual Sorror –

An endearing church, especially the Classical interior. Architecturally the exterior is unremarkable, although the... Read More

Great Missenden – Immaculate Heart of Mary

From 1938 Great Missenden was part of the new parish of Princes Risborough. There was no church, and Mass was said... Read More

High Wycombe – St Augustine, Apostle of England

An example of the late 20th  century Gothic style, infused with Classical elements, which was favoured by the... Read More

Houghton Regis – St Vincent de Paul

Church built in the late 1970s, attached to a school. Not of architectural distinction or historical... Read More

Kempston – Our Lady of Ransom

A  small  and  plain  church,  converted  from  a  neo-Georgian  telephone exchange. Until the 19th... Read More

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