The Diocese of Salford has 184 churches (as of 2014). The cathedral is in Salford and is dedicated to St John the Evangelist. The Diocese of Salford is a relatively small geographical area in the north west of England, extending to the north into Lancashire, west towards Liverpool, south towards northern Cheshire and east towards the Pennines.

Nelson – St John Southworth

A plain interwar combined school-chapel, replacing an earlier dual use building on the site. The mission and the... Read More

New Moston, Manchester St Margaret Mary

One of several similar post-war churches in the area designed by the architects Greenhalgh & Williams. It is of fairly... Read More

New Springs – Holy Family

Built in the late 1950s, and of limited architectural interest. Together with the earlier church/school, which is now... Read More

Newchurch-in-Rossendale – St Peter

A plain interwar church built to a standard design used by the architect Richard Byrom elsewhere in the diocese. The... Read More

Newton Heath – Christ the King

One of a number of churches of similar date in the Manchester area by Greenhalgh & Williams. The stained glass windows... Read More

Oldham – Our Lady

A modest 1960s combined church and parish hall of portal frame construction. It is built on part of the site of the... Read More

Oldham – Our Lady of Mount Carmel and St Patrick

A solid mid-Victorian Gothic Revival church by a local architect which retains a good set of fittings from the 1870s... Read More

Oldham – Sacred Heart

A modest design by Reynolds & Scott, built to serve a growing part of the Oldham suburbs, its simplicity reflecting... Read More

Oldham – St Anne

A well-detailed and little-altered large urban church in modern Basilican Romanesque style by Harold Greenhalgh, a... Read More

Oldham – St Mary

The earliest Catholic church in Oldham, built in 1839 and an early design by M. E. Hadfield. Some of this early church... Read More

Oldham – St Michael

A typical example of the many economically-designed and built churches-cum-parish halls built on housing estates in... Read More

Osbaldeston – St Mary

A well-detailed Perpendicular Gothic design of the 1830s, with attached Tudor-style presbytery. The interior shows the... Read More

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