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.

Eccles – St Mary

Built through the patronage of the de Trafford family to designs by W. H. Rawle, and a building of some presence and... Read More

Eccles – St Matthew

A lightweight prefabricated building of the 1950s, so designed on account of fear of mining subsidence. The building... Read More

Failsworth – Immaculate Conception

A church of the early 1960s, built before the Second Vatican Council on a traditional basilican plan. The design is... Read More

Farnworth – Our Lady of Lourdes

A distinctive church with a tall tower and an unusual plan form, set in a twentieth century residential district. It... Read More

Farnworth – St Gregory the Great

An early (1873-75) work by Edmund Kirby, which although architecturally conservative contains an interesting interior... Read More

Flixton – St Monica

St Monica is an example of a 1960s church adopting a centralising plan with use of exposed laminated timber beams,... Read More

Great Harwood – St Wulstan

An interwar brick church, built to replace an earlier tin church. The parish complex includes a bowling green, one of... Read More

Haigh – Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception

An attractive mid-nineteenth century church in a village setting on the edge of the Lancashire Plain. Its strong and... Read More

Haslingden – Our Lady of Immaculate Conception

A small Early English Gothic Revival church built to serve the largely Irish population of the cotton mill town of... Read More

Haslingden – St Veronica

Helmshore House, an Italianate villa of the 1860s, was converted in the 1950s for use as a school and chapel, and... Read More

Haughton Green – St John Fisher

A design of the 1980s with a dignified well-lit interior, superseding a dual-purpose church and hall of the 1960s. The... Read More

Heywood – Our Lady and St Paul

A church built to serve a post-war housing estate. The originally ambitious design was considerably simplified in... Read More

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