St Elvan Aberdare is a church of contrasts with white washed walls in the nave, beautifully painted floral ceilings in Arts & Crafts style fill the side chapels and 16 stained glass windows.
The main place of worship in the Catholic diocese of Aberdeen the Cathedral was opened in 1860 and has many attractive architectural and liturgical features.
You are very welcome to St Andrews Cathedral, the home of Christian hospitality and culture in the heart of the granite city.
The Cathedral is a fine example of a fortified kirk, with twin towers built in the fashion of 14th century tower houses and now with spires added in the 15th century.
The church is in the former stores and maltings of Acresford Brewery, and because of its history and uniqueness in being located in a row of terraced cottages it is a Methodist Heritage Site.
Long and red brick with Portland stone facings and with a tall tower topped by a spire, the church is a prominent local landmark.
Standing on high ground beside the thatched 14th century parsonage, the church dates to around 1370, a strangely late date for this part of Sussex.
The Saxon Abbey of Barking was built in 675 on the site of a Roman building, traces can be seen in its Crypt Museum.
A much loved traditional church of early medieval origin with later tower and windows, showing evidence of major refurbishments in the 17th and 19th centuries.
All Saints church has a thousand years of history in one building and there is too much to show on here so a visit is paramount.
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Telling the stories of past lives in the county's rural villages, cities and market towns, churches bring to life the history of Lincolnshire in such an exciting way.
An increasing number of Britain’s churches are welcoming pets with almost two thirds considering themselves to be 'pet friendly'.