Portsmouth

The Diocese of Portsmouth has 116 churches (as of 2007). The cathedral is in Portsmouth and is dedicated to St John the Evangelist. The Diocese of Portsmouth 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.

Hartley Wintney – St Thomas More

A post war church. The church was built in 1962 to the design of J .M. Raymond. It originally seated only 40, but... Read More

Havant – St Joseph

St Joseph’s is a competent and relatively unaltered essay in fourteenth century Gothic, along Puginian lines. Its... Read More

Havant – St Thomas of Canterbury and St Thomas More

The church is a late 1950s building of limited architectural interest. The stained glass windows are the most notable... Read More

Hayling Island – St Patrick

The church is an interesting design by Wilfrid Clarence Mangan, working with his elder brother James Henry. W.C Mangan... Read More

Hedge End – St Brigid

A small modern church. Mass was first said in West End in the village hall. St Brigid’s was built at a cost of... Read More

Hook – Sacred Heart

A post-war church. Built on ground bequeathed by the Misses Virginie Le Duc and Irene Teeling, who left their... Read More

Horndean – St Edmund

The church is a late 1950s building with no known architect. Although it is architecturally undistinguished, its... Read More

Lambourne – Our Lady of Lourdes

A prefabricated pre-War building with an unusual setting in the midst of allotments. The church was apparently... Read More

Liphook – Immaculate Conception

Church built by Father (later Canon) Alexander Joseph Cory Scoles (1844-1920) and his partner, Geoffrey Raymond... Read More

Liss – St Agnes

The church is a small prefabricated wooden building. Until the death of Mrs Eleanor Jackson in 1960, Sunday Mass... Read More

Lymington – Our Lady of Mercy and St Joseph

The church is a modest example of J. A. Hansom’s work, built under the patronage of the Weld family. It retains much... Read More

Lyndhurst – Our Lady of the Assumption and St Edward the Confessor

A compact Victorian Gothic memorial church by a prominent church architect (although not known as a designer of... Read More

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