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There has been such a church in Whitchurch as early as 800 AD and probably earlier.
Situated alongside the the river Wye, this ancient church (more than 700 years old) has a variety of historical features.
St George's has changed little since 1763, when it was established in the immigrant neighbourhood of Whitechapel by German refugees seeking religious asylum in London and working mainly in the sugar trade.
A fine example of a Georgian church, which has been sympathetically modernised.
Known affectionately as 'The Old Church' St Nicholas was built in 1693, the first place of worship what was then the fishing village of St Bees.
On 24July 1756, John Wesley preached his first sermon in the Session House at Carrickfergus, in all he preached eight times there between 1756 and 1778, the last one being when he was 78 years old.
The church was built in 1864, paid for by the fourth Duke of Northumberland and designed by Anthony Salvin renowned architect of the romantic period.
Highlights include the Crusader Tombs from 1170 and a memorial to King Philip of England, ever heard of him before?
First mentioned in 1183 in the Bolden Book, here are two 13th century stone effigies of a knight in armour and his lady.
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.