The Diocese of Plymouth was founded on 29 September 1850. It contains the counties of Dorset, Devon and Cornwall, along with the Isles of Scilly. It is a suffragan diocese in the Province of Southwark, and is subject to the Archdiocese of Southwark. The cathedral is in Plymouth and is dedicated to St Mary and St Boniface. 103 churches were visited for Taking Stock (2009).

Brixham – Our Lady Star of the Sea

A bold and unusual design, prominent in the townscape of the conservation area, and with a semicircular seating plan... Read More

Bude – St Peter

A very modest building of the 1920s, of no special architectural or historical significance. The church was built in... Read More

Budleigh Salterton – St Peter, Prince of Apostles

A modest interwar church, with later additions.A church and presbytery were built in 1927 through the generosity of... Read More

Callington – Our Lady of Victories

A utilitarian structure of 1954 with an equally utilitarian addition of 1984. The church was at one time served from... Read More

Camborne – St John the Baptist

A simple Gothic Revival church built in the 1850s for the Irish tin miners of the Camborne area. The church has been... Read More

Chagford – Holy Family

A functional prefabricated structure of the 1960s, in an attractive location overlooking Dartmoor.Fundraising for a... Read More

Chideock – Mortuary Chapel

A jewel-like structure built by Charles Weld, very modest in size but rich in detail and finish. The Arundell... Read More

Combe Martin – St Mary

A small and functional building of the late 1960s, not of special architectural or historical interest. The date... Read More

Crediton – St Boniface

The architectural claims of the building are modest; its primary significance lies in its status as the national shrine... Read More

Cullompton – St Boniface

A very small interwar church in a free, vaguely Hispanic style, with a cross wing which may originally have served a... Read More

Dartmouth – St John the Baptist

A Gothic Revival town centre church by J. A. Hansom, with gabled west front giving straight onto the street. There are... Read More

Dawlish – St Agatha

Early twentieth-century church in lancet Gothic style by Scoles &Raymond, who built widely in the Diocese of... Read More

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