The Diocese of Portsmouth was founded in 1882, taking areas that were formerly part of the Diocese of Southwark. It encompasses the counties of Hampshire, Berkshire (south of the Thames), Oxfordshire (south of the Thames), Dorset (the Bournemouth area), the Isle of Wight and the Channel Islands. The cathedral is in Portsmouth and is dedicated to St John the Evangelist. 116 churches were visited for Taking Stock (2007).

Winchester – St Peter (Milner Hall)

Consecrated on 5 December 1792, this building is of considerable importance on both religious and architectural... Read More

Winchester – St Stephen

An octagonal design, designed to meet the need for a church in the suburbs of Winchester. Its plan form maximises the... Read More

Windsor – Our Lady of Lourdes

A functional timber building of the post-war period. The idea of a separate church for Old Windsor was first raised... Read More

Windsor – St Edward

A large church in the late-thirteenth to early-fourteenth century style which was so popular in the mid-Victorian... Read More

Windsor – St Mark

A conventional building for its time, designed to provide good-sized accommodation quickly and relatively cheaply. The... Read More

Woodley – St John Bosco

Built in 1967, the church reflects typical architectural and liturgical interests of the time – a desire to break... Read More

Woolhampton – St Mary

Of considerable historic interest as the only executed work in England by George Jonas Wigley, a significant figure in... Read More

Yateley – St Swithun

A functional building with a large internal space, built in the grounds of Yateley Hall. Part of a large complex of... Read More

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