Wonderful salmon pink limewash and the striking Art Deco type glass.
What you see today is the second chapel on this site, in 1696 the congregation built ‘The Great Meeting House’ which served the congregation for 100 years.
St Winifred’s is one of the finest village churches in Devon with many interesting features, in particular its interesting location, as rather than atop a hillside where it would be visible, St Winifred's is set on a terrace that cannot be seen from the sea.
One of the iconic landmarks of West Devon, St Michael de Rupe was founded in 1130 by the local landowner Robert Giffard and is the highest working church in England.
It can't have been easy being a Roman Catholic in Brixham for it was here, in 1688 that the protestant King William of Orange landed with 35,000 troops to begin the march on London which ended hopes of a catholic succession.
Nestled in the shadow of Dartmoor, in a beautiful wooded valley beside the river Dart, Buckfast Abbey is a working monastery offering visitors a tranquil refuge from the hectic pace of everyday life.
William Reed Memorial Methodist Chapel formerly a Bible Christian Chapel in the heart of northwest Devon.
In 739AD Aethelheard, king of the West Saxons, granted land for a monastery. In the early 900’s a cathedral was built, almost certainly of wood.
Real effort was put into making Ascension a stunning contemporary architectural achievement.
A church has stood here since Saxon times and the present St Andrew's has had many owners.
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.