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St Oswalds Church, Durham

St Oswalds Church is a Church of England parish church in Durham, County Durham. The church is a grade II* listed building and it dates from the 12th century.

St Margarets Church, Durham

St Margarets Church Durham is an active parish Church situated on Crossgate in the city of Durham in the North-East of England. The building is Grade I listed and substantial parts date from the 12th century; the compact yet spacious interior has ...

Church of St Laurence, East Harptree

The Church of St Laurence in East Harptree, Somerset England was built in the late 12th century. It is a Grade II* listed building. The original 12th-century church was expanded in the 13th century and the tower added in the 15th. The three-stage ...

St Andrews Church, Haughton-le-Skerne

On 28 April 1952, the church was designated a Grade I listed building. From 1993 to 2009, St Andrews was associated with a church plant in a local school: having been closed because of a lack of leadership, the plant merged back into St Andrews. ...

Church of St Peter, Hilton

The Church of St Peter is a Church of England parish church in Hilton in the borough of Stockton-on-Tees and in the county of North Yorkshire. The church dates from the 12th century and is a grade I listed building.

Holy Trinity Church, Southchurch

The Church of the Holy Trinity is a Church of England parish church in Southchurch, Southend-on-Sea, Essex. The church is a grade II* listed building with the earliest parts dating to the Norman period.

Holy Trinity Church, Ilfracombe

The Church of the Holy Tinity is the Anglican parish church for Ilfracombe in Devon. The building has been a Grade I listed building since 1951 and comes under the Diocese of Exeter. Standing on the site of a Saxon church, the Norman church was e ...

Church of All Saints, Little Shelford

The Church of All Saints is a Church of England parish church in Little Shelford, Cambridgeshire. The church is a Grade II* listed building, and dates from the 12th century.

St Mary the Virgins Church, Maidwell

St Mary the Virgins Church is an Anglican Church and the parish church of Maidwell, Northamptonshire. It is a Grade II* listed building and stands on the south side of Draughton Road. There is no reference to a church or priest in the entry for t ...

St Mary Magdalenes Church, East Ham

St Mary Magdalenes Church, East Ham is a parish church in East Ham, east London, dedicated to St Mary Magdalene. Its nave, chancel and apse date to the first half of the 12th century and the tower probably to the early 13th century but partly reb ...

St Marys Church, Little Ilford

Not to be confused with St Marys Church, Ilford. St Marys Church is a Church of England church in Little Ilford, east London. Mainly 12th century, it had its chancel rebuilt and a south porch and family chapel to the Lethieullier family added in ...

St John the Baptists Church, Sutterby

St John the Baptists Church is a redundant Anglican church in the village of Sutterby, Lincolnshire, England. It is recorded in the National Heritage List for England as a designated Grade II listed building, and is under the care of the Friends ...

St Leonards Church, Spernall

St Leonards Church is a redundant church in Spernall, Warwickshire, England. It is recorded in the National Heritage List for England as a designated Grade II* listed building, and is under the care of the Friends of Friendless Churches.

Church of St Helen, St Helen Auckland

The Parish of St. Helen Auckland is part of the Archdeaconry of Auckland in the Diocese of Durham. The parish stands in the Traditional Catholic tradition of the Church of England. As the parish rejects the ordination of women, it receives altern ...

St Johns Church, Tolpuddle

The earliest parts of the church date to the 12th century, and it was enlarged in the 13th and 14th centuries. It was restored in 1855 by the architect T. H. Wyatt. On 26 January 1956, the church was designated a Grade I listed building.

St Mary-at-Finchley Church

St Mary-at-Finchley Church is the Church of England parish church for Finchley. It is located in Hendon Lane, in the town centre, near Finchley Library.

Church of All Saints, Willian

The Church of All Saints is the Anglican parish church for the village of Willian in Hertfordshire. The benefice is united with St Pauls church in nearby Letchworth, although each church has its own parish. It is in the Diocese of St Albans. The ...

Katharinenkirche, Oppenheim

The Katharinenkirche in Oppenheim, Germany, is regarded as an important Gothic church building on the Rhine, along with the cathedrals of Cologne and Strasbourg. Construction began probably in 1225, when Oppenheim was granted Town privileges. Sin ...

Franciscan Friary, Rothenburg ob der Tauber

The Franciscan Friary of Rothenburg ob der Tauber is a former friary of the Conventual Franciscans in the town of Rothenburg ob der Tauber in Bavaria in the diocese of Bamberg. Nowadays the former Franciscan church is an Evangelical Lutheran pari ...

Porta Panagia

The church of Porta Panagia, full name Panagia tis Portas, is a Byzantine-era church near the village of Pyli, in the Trikala Prefecture in Greece.

All Saints Church, Naseby

All Saints Church is an Anglican Church and the parish church of Naseby in Northamptonshire, England. It is a Grade II* listed building and stands at the southern corner of Church Street and Newlands. There was presumably a church at Naseby by 10 ...

All Saints Church, Normanton

The current church is believed to have existed since at least 1256, and thought to have been commissioned by Roger Le Peytevin of Altofts Hall. However, a prior church is mentioned in the Domesday Book of 1086. It is likely that the current churc ...

All Saints Church, Pitsford

All Saints Church is an Anglican Church and the parish church of Pitsford. It is a Grade II* listed building and stands on the west side of Church Lane on the northern edge of the village.

St Margarets Church, Angmering

St Margarets stands in the conservative evangelical tradition of the Church of England.

St Jamess Church, Ashurst

St Jamess Church is a Church of England parish church in Ashurst, West Sussex. The church is a grade I listed building and it dates from the early 12th century.

St Margarets Church, Barking

St Margarets Church or the Church of St Margaret of Antioch is a Church of England parish church in Barking, East London. The church is a Grade I listed building built on a site dating back to the 13th century within the grounds of Barking Abbey, ...

Church of St Gregory, Bedale

The Church of St Gregory, Bedale is the parish church for the town of Bedale in North Yorkshire, England. It is the main church of the benefice of Bedale and Leeming and Thornton Watlass. A stone church in Bedale was mentioned in the Domesday Boo ...

St Martins Church, Bole

There are three bells at St Martins Church. The three bells are in a wooden frame for three bells with traditional fittings in a dilapidated state, making them unringable. The treble weighs 4 cwt, dated 1611 and cast by Henry II Oldfield, the sec ...

St Philip and St Jacob, Bristol

SS Philip and Jacob Church, previously referred to as Pip n Jay, is a parish church in central Bristol, England. The church that meets there is now called Central. Its full name since 1934 is St Philip and St Jacob with Emmanuel the Unity, althou ...

St Andrews Church, Brympton

The Church of St Andrew in Brympton, Somerset, England, dates from the 13th century and has been designated as a Grade I listed building. It is closely associated with the manor house of Brympton dEvercy. The dEvercy family were responsible for b ...

Chichester Guildhall

Chichester Guildhall is an ecclesiastical building in Chichester, West Sussex, England. The name is a bit of a misnomer, as the building was constructed as a chancel by the Grey Friars of Chichester, an Order of Franciscans. The Grey Friars recei ...

Church of All Saints, Chipstable

The Church of All Saints is an Anglican church in Chipstable, Somerset, England which probably dates from the early 13th century. It is located in the deanery of Tone, within the diocese of Bath and Wells. It is a Grade II* listed building.

St Michaels Church, Raddington

The Church of St Michael at Raddington in the parish of Chipstable, Somerset, England, dates from the 13th and 14th centuries and has been designated as a grade I listed building. The 13th century tower was restored in 1695 and rendered in the 20 ...

Church of All Saints, Sutton Bingham

The Church of All Saints in Sutton Bingham in the civil parish of Closworth, Somerset, England dates from the 12th and 13th centuries and has been designated as a Grade I listed building. The interior includes a series of 14th century wall painti ...

Church of All Saints, Wootton Courtenay

The Church of All Saints in Wootton Courtenay, Somerset, England, dates from the 13th century and has been designated as a grade I listed building. A previous church on the site was given to the Priory of St. Andrews of the Ards in the 12th centu ...

Church of All Saints, Wrington

The Church of All Saints in Wrington, Somerset, England, has 13th-century foundations, and was remodelled with the addition of a west tower around 1450. It is a Grade I listed building.

Church of St Aldhelm and St Eadburgha, Broadway

The Church of St Aldhelm and St Eadburgha in Broadway, Somerset, England dates from the 13th century, and has been designated by English Heritage as a grade I listed building. The dedication is unusual. St Aldhelm c. 639-25 May 709, was Abbot of ...

St Augustines Church, West Monkton

The Church of St Augustine in West Monkton, Somerset, England, dates from the 13th century and has been designated as a Grade I listed building. The parish church has an 88 feet 26.8 m tower, of four stories, with no pinnacles or fancy tracery on ...

Church of St Bartholomew, Ubley

The Church of St Bartholomew in Ubley, Somerset, England is a small medieval church originating from the 13th century with later additions. It has been designated as a Grade I listed building. The church has no fixed pews. Features include a Jaco ...

Church of St Dubricius, Porlock

The Church of St Dubricius in Porlock, Somerset, England dates from the 13th century. The church has been designated by English Heritage as a grade I listed building. The dedication is to Dubricius also known in Welsh as Dyfrig and in corrupt Nor ...

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