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.

Slough – The Holy Family

A very plain church of the late 1950s by Sebastian Comper, made more interesting by the narthex addition and new... Read More

St Edmund of Abingdon – Westcott

A modest former Baptist chapel, the brickwork giving it the industrial character of a railway mission. St... Read More

Stony Stratford – St Mary Magdalene

A plain structure of the 1950s occupying a fairly prominent position in the local conservation area, but not making a... Read More

Stopsley – Sacred Heart of Jesus

A modest post-war structure built as a dual purpose church and hall, later adapted  and extended.  The interior,... Read More

Thrapston – St Paul

A striking design, the high-pitched roof form a type popular for smaller parish churches in the mid-1960s. The church... Read More

Toddington – St Elizabeth of Hungary

A charming and homely little church, given by a local benefactor and formed from a converted outbuilding. In 1939... Read More

Towcester – St Thomas More

A typical mid 19th century Nonconformist chapel converted for Catholic worship in the 1970s. In the 1820s a... Read More

Wellingborough – Our Lady of the Sacred Heart

One of several churches in the Diocese by the London architect S.J. Nicholl. The church is distinguished by some... Read More

Wellingborough – St Edmund Campion

Architecturally not a distinguished example of 1970s church building but of some interest as an example of the... Read More

Wendover – St Anne

A simple functional church of the early 1960s, extended in the 1980s, and a notable example of shared use of church... Read More

Woburn Sands – St Mary

Brick-built Gothic church, one of many such built in the Diocese in the 1950s and early 60s by J. S. Comper. The... Read More

Wolverton – St Francis de Sales

A small mission church of the 1860s, possibly built to double up as a school, with attractive and somewhat... Read More

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