Following a fire, set by arsonists in 2006, the repairs to one of Cumbria's largest parish churches continues and the building is once again open to visitors, who are uplifted and captivated by its remarkable space.
The origins of Abbots Leigh and the Church of Holy Trinity are lost in the mists of time, but there are definite indications of a Celtic Settlement well before the Roman invasion.
A tower of kings.
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.
Abergavenny parish church was founded in the late 11th century as the church of a Benedictine priory. It is the only part to survive, apart from the later tithe barn.
Peachcroft Christian Centre is a modern church built to serve the community of northeast Abingdon.
More information about this church coming soon.
Warm hearted and lively Victoria is one of history’s most celebrated monarchs.
In the 20th century concrete and steel gave dynamic churches in dramatic shapes and brilliant colour.
Happy and glorious churches and cathedrals across the UK have hosted royal weddings through history. Here we take a peek inside.