St James is a hidden gem right in the centre of Aberdeen, a well loved place of worship for 125 years.
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 unusual in its long history in that it has been served by members of two religious orders: the Franciscans (1687-1857) and the Benedictines (1857-present).
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.
St Helen's overshadows St Nicolas at Abingdon in the same way that the town's old abbey church must have overshadowed St Helen's in its day.
St Michael’s sits in a verdant spot, a little way outside the village surrounded by a lush growth of trees and approached over a fine lawn guarded by a voluminous hedge.
A richly rewarding church, both warm and welcoming in the smart northern suburb of Northampton.
A warm welcome awaits you.
St James was founded as a Chapel of Ease for Altham parish church in 1546, rebuilt in 1763 and extended in 1828.
Let's fill our Blue Monday with beauty and explore some of the gorgeousness that this deep, sultry, and serene colour has to offer.
The National Trust has a variety of unique churches and chapels. From a world famous chapel to a medieval church on a rocky island, there are plenty of spiritual spaces to explore.
International Mountain Day celebrates the wonder and importance of mountains, here are ten of our favourite mountain churches.