Find a church

Whether you are into cream teas or sculpture, lovely wide views or beautiful architectural details, there are churches for you. Use the map to search your local area, where you are going on holiday, or by features or facilities available. Whatever you're looking for we'll help you to discover the places that are perfectly suited to you.

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All Saints

All Saints

Warlingham, Surrey

All Saints dates from about 1250AD, and much of that structure remains today.

St Mary the Blessed Virgin

St Mary the Blessed Virgin

Warmington, Northamptonshire

Warmington's church has one of the most famous of all Northamptonshire's steeples.

St Michael

St Michael

Warmington, Warwickshire

The earliest part of St Michael's is the 12th century nave.

St Denys

St Denys

Warminster, Wiltshire

This Grade I church is now somewhat detached from the centre of the town.

St Peter

St Peter

Warmsworth, Yorkshire

With its stark white walls and impressive high dome the outside of this building tempts visitors to explore further.

Our Lady

Our Lady

Warnford, Hampshire

Dating mainly from the 1190s, Warnford church has an earlier tower and Saxon roots. The first church on the site may have been built by St Wilfrid in the 680s.

St Elphin

St Elphin

Warrington, Lancashire

Its very tall spire, at 281ft (86m), is the most arresting thing about St Elphin's.

Our Lady & St Wilfrid

Our Lady & St Wilfrid

Warwick Bridge, Cumbria

This ‘hidden gem’ is the earliest known surviving example of a small English parish church designed by ‘God’s Architect’ Augustus Welby Northmore Pugin.

St Mary Collegiate Church

St Mary Collegiate Church

Warwick, Warwickshire

There's no mistaking the importance of this great church, which dominates most views of Warwick from its hilltop site, with the best view from the castle.

Great days out

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Cymru Cysegredig

Join us on our exploration of sacred Wales.
Ymunwch â ni wrth i ni archwilio Cymru sanctaidd.

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Oak apple day

Charles II had many adventures, most famously hiding up an oak tree in Boscobel Wood, before setting sail for France on 15th October.

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