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List of churches in Greater Manchester

This is a partial list of churches in Greater Manchester, North West England, split according to metropolitan district. There is a mixture of Christian denominations in Greater Manchester, including churches aligned to Orthodox Christianity, Protestantism and Catholicism. Similarly, there is a range of ecclesiastical architecture.

Contents

BoltonEdit

Church Image Locality Denomination Completed Ref.
St Peter Bolton Church of England 1871 [1][2][3]
St Paul Astley Bridge Church of England 1848 [4]
St Patrick Bolton Roman Catholic 1861 [5]
St Edmund Bolton Roman Catholic 1860 [6]
St Peter and St Pauls Bolton Roman Catholic 1897
St Maxentius Bradshaw Church of England 1872 [7][8][9]
St James Daisy Hill, Westhoughton Church of England 1881 [10]
St Philip's Church Daubhill Church of England 1911 [11]
St Mary the Virgin Deane Church of England Bef. 1100 [12][13][14]
St Peter Halliwell Church of England 1840 [15]
St Thomas Halliwell Church of England 1932 [7][16][17]
St Margaret Halliwell Church of England 1939 [18]
Holy Trinity Horwich Church of England 1903 [19][20][21]
St Catherine Horwich Church of England 1889 [22]
St Elizabeth Horwich Church of England [23]
Congregational Church Kearsley United Reformed Church [24]
Kearsley Mount Kearsley Methodist 1916
New Jerusalem Church Kearsley The New Church 2007 [25]
St John Fisher Kearsley Roman Catholic
St Stephen Kearsley Church of England 1871 [26]
Schoenstatt Shrine Kearsley
St Stephen and All Martyrs Lever Bridge Church of England 1844 [27][28][29]
Christ Church Little Lever Methodist and United Reformed Church 1999 [30]
Kingdom Hall Little Lever Jehovah's Witness [31]
King's Church Little Lever Charismatic Fellowship
St Matthew Little Lever Church of England 1865 [32][33][34]
St Teresa Little Lever Roman Catholic
St Saviour Ringley Church of England 1854 [35]
St Bartholomew Westhoughton Church of England 1870 [36]
St John the Evangelist Wingates, Westhoughton Church of England 1859 [37]
Bethel Church Bolton Evangelical 1991 [38]

BuryEdit

Church Image Locality Denomination Completed Ref.
Bury Baptist Church [[]] Bury Baptist Union of Great Britain 1970
Bury Christian Fellowship Bury Non Denominational 1980
St Mary the Virgin Bury Church of England 1876 [39][40][41]
St John the Baptist, Bircle Bury Church of England 1846 [42][43][44]
St Paul Bury Church of England
(now redundant)
1842 [45][46]
St Mary the Virgin Prestwich Church of England 1895 [47][48][49]
St Margaret Prestwich Church of England 1899 [50][51][52]
Christ Church Walshaw Church of England 1892 [53][54][55]
St. Hilda Prestwich Church of England 1922 [56][57][58]
St. George Simister Church of England 1915 [59][60][61]
St. Gabriel Sedgley Park, Prestwich Church of England 1933 [58][62][63]
Our Lady of Grace Prestwich Roman Catholic 1931 [64][65]
Prestwich Methodist Church Prestwich Methodist [66]
Heaton Park Methodist Church Prestwich Methodist [67]
St Mary Radcliffe Church of England 1817 [68][69][70]
St Thomas and St John Radcliffe Church of England 1872 [71][72][73]
Christ Church Ramsbottom Baptist Methodist
Dundee United Reformed Church Ramsbottom United Reformed Church
Edenfield Parish Church Ramsbottom Church of England 1778 [74][75][76]
Edenfield Methodist Church Ramsbottom Methodist 1881 [74]
Emmanuel Church Centre Ramsbottom Church of England [77]
Emmanuel Holcombe Ramsbottom Church of England
Greenmount United Reformed Church Ramsbottom United Reformed Church
Holcombe Brook Methodist Church Ramsbottom Methodist [78]
Ramsbottom Pentecostal Church Ramsbottom Pentecostal [79]
Ramsbottom Independent Evangelical Church Ramsbottom Evangelical
St Andrew Ramsbottom Church of England 1834 [80][81][82]
St Marie Bury Roman Catholic 1842 [83][84]
St Mary Hawkshaw Church of England 1892 [85][86]
St Joseph Ramsbottom Roman Catholic 1880 [87]
St Paul Ramsbottom Church of England 1850 [88][89][90]
St Philip Stubbins Church of England 1927 [74][91]
St John in the Wilderness Shuttleworth Church of England 1847 [92]
Holy Trinity Bury Church of England
(now redundant)
1863 [93][94]
St Peter Bury Church of England 1901 [95][96][97]
St Thomas Bury Church of England 1866 [98][99][100][101]

ManchesterEdit

Church Image Locality Denomination Completed Ref.
Trinity Methodist Church Ancoats Methodist 1964 [102][103]
Christ Church Manchester Manchester City Centre, Burnage, Fallowfield, Gorton & Withington Charismatic Evangelical 2008 [104]
St Ambrose of Milan Barlow Moor Roman Catholic 1958 [105][106]
St Margaret Burnage Church of England 1926 [107][108][109][110]
St Matthew Castlefield Church of England 1825 [111]
St John the Evangelist Cheetham Hill Church of England 1871 [112][113][114]
St Joseph's [[]] Longsight Roman Catholic 1915 [112][115][116]
Manchester International Church Of Christ Cheetham Hill International Church Of Christ UK [117]
St Luke's Church, Manchester Cheetham Hill Church of England 1839
St Clement's Church, Chorlton-cum-Hardy   Chorlton-cum-Hardy Church of England 1896 [118][119][120][121]
St Werburgh Chorlton-cum-Hardy Church of England 1902 [105][122][123]
Our Lady and St John Chorlton-cum-Hardy Roman Catholic 1927 [105][124]
Redeemer Chorlton-cum-Hardy Evangelical 2017 [125]
Holy Name of Jesus Chorlton-on-Medlock Roman Catholic 1926 [126][127][128]
St Augustine Chorlton-on-Medlock Roman Catholic 1968 [129][130][131]
Holy Trinity Armenian Church Chorlton-on-Medlock Armenian Apostolic Church 1870 [132][133][134]
St Cross Clayton Church of England 1866 [135][136][137][138]
Christ Church   West Didsbury Church of England 1881
Ebenezer Baptist Church Newton Heath Old Baptist Union 1903
Emmanuel Didsbury Church of England 1858 [139][140][141][142]
Ivy Church Didsbury Independent 1894
St James Didsbury Church of England 1895 [143][142][144][145]
St Paul   Didsbury Methodist 1961 [146]
Brookfield Unitarian Church Gorton Unitarian 1871 [147][148]
St Francis Gorton Roman Catholic 1878 [149][150][151]
St James Gorton Church of England 1871 [152]
The Ascension Hulme Church of England 1970 [153][154][155]
St George Hulme Church of England (redundant) 1828 [153][156][157]
St Aidan Levenshulme Orthodox [158]
St Andrew Levenshulme Church of England (redundant) 1908 [159][160][161]
Levenshulme Baptist Church Levenshulme Baptist [162]
Levenshulme Methodist Church Levenshulme Methodist 1864 [163][164]
Levenshulme United Reformed Church Levenshulme United Reformed Church 1888 [165][166]
St Mark Levenshulme Church of England 1908 [159][167][168][169]
St Mary of the Angels and St Clare Levenshulme Roman Catholic 1975 [165][170]
St Peter Levenshulme Church of England 1896 [159][171][172][173][174]
Roby United Reformed Church Longsight United Reformed Church 1972 [175]
Manchester Central Manchester City Centre Salvation Army 1879 [176]
Cross Street Chapel Manchester City Centre Unitarian 1997 [177]
Manchester Cathedral Manchester City Centre Church of England 1940 [178][179][180][181]
Manchester Vineyard Manchester City Centre Vineyard [182]
St Ann Manchester City Centre Church of England 1891 [183][184][185][186]
St Mary (The Hidden Gem) Manchester City Centre Roman Catholic 1848 [187][188][189][190]
St Mary Manchester City Centre Church of England 1756
Grace Church Manchester Manchester Evangelical 2005 [191]
The Apostles and Saint Cuthbert Miles Platting Church of England [192][193]
Corpus Christi Miles Platting Roman Catholic 1907 [194][195]
Christ Church Moss Side Church of England 1904 [196][197][198]
All Saints Newton Heath Church of England 1880 [199][200][201]
St Wilfrid and St Ann Newton Heath Church of England (redundant) 1909 [202][203][204]
St Wilfrid Northenden Church of England 1876 [205][206][207][208]
St Clement's Church Manchester Openshaw Church of England 1880 [209][210]
Holy Trinity Rusholme Church of England 1850 [211][212][213][214]
St Chrysostom Victoria Park Church of England 1877 [215][216][217][218]
Kings Church Manchester Evangelical 1970 [219]
Jubilee Church Manchester RCCG Manchester Pentecostal 2002

OldhamEdit

Church Image Locality Denomination Completed Ref.
Oldham Parish Church of St. Mary with St. Peter Oldham Church of England 1830 [220]
St James   Crompton Church of England 1845 [221]
St Saviours East Crompton Church of England 1908 [222]
Holy Trinity Church, Shaw   Shaw Church of England 1871 [223]
St Mary High Crompton Church of England 1880 [224]
Shore Edge Methodist Church Shaw and Crompton Methodist 1873 [225]
St Andrew's Shaw and Crompton Methodist [224]
St Paul's Shaw Methodist 1863 [226]
Shaw United Reformed Church Shaw and Crompton United Reformed Church 1885 [224]
St Joseph Roman Catholic Church Shaw and Crompton Roman Catholic 1870 [224]
Salvation Army Church Shaw and Crompton Salvation Army 1896 [224]
St Mark with Christchurch   Glodwick, Oldham Church of England 1876 [227]
Bardsley, Holy Trinity Oldham Church of England 1844 [228]
Woodhouses National School Mission Church   Bardsley, Oldham Church of England
Christ Church Chadderton Church of England
Emmanuel Chadderton Church of England
St George Chadderton Church of England
St Luke Chadderton Church of England 1888
St Mark   Chadderton Church of England 1963 [229]
St Matthew Chadderton Church of England 1857 [230][231]
St Saviour's Mission Church Chadderton Church of England
Holy Trinity Coldhurst, Oldham Church of England
Denshaw, Christ Church Saddleworth Church of England
Holy Trinity Dobcross, Saddleworth Church of England
New Life Church Failsworth Assemblies of God
Holy Trinity Failsworth Church of England
St John the Evangelist Failsworth Church of England 1846 [232]
The Holy Family Failsworth Church of England
St Cuthbert's Mission Church Fitton Hill Church of England
St Hilda Friarmere, Saddleworth Church of England
St Thomas   Friarmere, Saddleworth Church of England
Friezland Christ Church   Saddleworth Church of England
Christ Church Glodwick Church of England
St Mary Greenfield Church of England
St John the Baptist Oldham Church of England
St Mark Heyside Church of England
St Margaret Hollinwood Church of England 1879 [233]
Knoll's Lane St Agnes Church of England
St Thomas Leesfield Church of England
St Chad Limeside Church of England
St Anne Lydgate Church of England
St John Oldham Church of England
St Stephen & All Martyrs Oldham Church of England
St Thomas Moorside Church of England 1872 [234]
St Ambrose Oldham Church of England
St Andrew Oldham Church of England
St Barnabas Church, Clarksfield   Oldham Church of England
St James   Oldham Church of England 1835 [235]
St Paul Oldham Church of England
St Peter Oldham Church of England
St Matthew and Aiden Oldham Church of England
St Anne's Church, Royton   Royton Church of England
St Paul's Church, Royton   Royton Church of England
St Chad   Saddleworth Church of England
St Paul Scouthead Church of England 1889
Holy Trinity Waterhead Church of England 1847 [236]
St. Thomas, Werneth   Oldham Church of England
Abbeyhills Congregational Church Oldham Congregational
Bardsley Methodist Church Oldham Methodist
Chadderton Congregational Church Chadderton Congregational
Chadderton Way Gospel Mission Chadderton
Corpus Christi Church Chadderton
St Herbert's Roman Catholic Church Chadderton Roman Catholic
Delph Independent Chapel Saddleworth
Delph Methodist Chapel Saddleworth Methodist
East Oldham Methodist Church Oldham Methodist
Failsworth Salvation Army Failsworth Salvation Army
Bethel Chapel Failsworth
Church of the Holy Family Failsworth
Dob Lane Chapel Failsworth
Evangel Church Failsworth
Hope Methodist Church Failsworth Methodist
Kingdom Hall Failsworth
New Jerusalem Church Failsworth
St Mary's Church, Failsworth   Failsworth Roman Catholic
Fir Lane Methodist Church   Methodist
Glodwick Baptist Church Oldham Baptist
Gravel Hole Methodist Church   Royton
Greenacres Chapel Oldham
Greenacres Independent Methodist Church Oldham Methodist
Grosvenor Hall
Healds Green Methodist Church   Methodist
Hollinwood Beulah Baptist/United Reformed Church Oldham Baptist/United Reformed Church
Hollinwood United Reformed Church Oldham United Reformed Church
Hope Chapel Oldham
Christian Brethren Congregation Lees
St Edward's Church Lees Roman Catholic
Zion Methodist Chapel Lees Methodist
Limeside Methodist Church Oldham Methodist
Macedonia United Reformed Church   Failsworth, Oldham United Reformed
Mill Gate Methodist Chapel Methodist
Moorside Methodist Church Oldham Methodist
Mount Pleasant Mission Oldham
Northmoor Methodist Church Oldham Methodist
Oldham Edge St Mary Oldham
Ashton Road Congregational Church Oldham Congregational
Assemblies of God Oldham
Chamber Road Independent Methodist Church Oldham Methodist
Church of the Holy Rosary Oldham
Church of the Nazarene Oldham Church of the Nazarene
Church of the Sacred Heart Oldham
Cook Street, St Anne's Church Oldham
Copster Hill Road, Salvation Army Citadel Oldham
Bharat Bhavan Oldham
Foundry Street, Kingdom Hall Oldham
Garforth Street, Methodist Church Oldham
Holy Family Church Oldham
Honeywell Lane, Methodist Church Oldham Methodist
Oldham Baptist Church   Oldham Baptist [237]
King Street Unitarian Chapel Oldham
King Street, United Reformed Church Oldham
Shree Swaminarayam Temple Oldham
Lees Road Salvation Army Hall Oldham
Manchester Road Salvation Army Hall Oldham
Our Lady & St Patrick Oldham
Church of Jesus Christ of Latterday Saints Oldham
St Peter & St Paul Ukrainian Catholic Church   Oldham Roman Catholic
St James Free Church of England Oldham
Union Street Methodist Church Oldham
Union Street United Reformed Church Oldham
St Michael's Church Oldham
Bethel Church Oldham
Methodist Church Oldham
United Reformed Church Oldham
Ripponden Road Methodist Chapel Oldham
Road End Methodist Chapel Oldham
Roundthorn Methodist Church Oldham
Bethesda Baptist Church   Royton
Heyside United Reformed Church Royton
Kingdom Hall Royton
SS Aidan & Oswald Royton
Trinity Methodist Church Royton Methodist
Salem Moravian Chapel Oldham
South Chadderton Methodist Church 1970 Chadderton
Springhead Congregational Church Saddleworth
Church of the Sacred Heart & St William Saddleworth
Ebenezer Congregational Church, Uppermill   Saddleworth
Uppermill Methodist Chapel   Saddleworth
Weakey Methodist Chapel
Gospel Hall Werneth, Oldham
Westwood Moravian Church   Westwood, Oldham Moravian 1869
Farrow St Salvation Army Shaw Salvation Army 1896 [238]

RochdaleEdit

Church Image Locality Denomination Completed Ref.
Branches Christian Fellowship Rochdale Christian [239]
Grace Fellowship Manchester Middleton Independent evangelical [240]
St Barnabas Littleborough Church of England
St Mary's Littleborough Roman Catholic
Holy Trinity Littleborough Church of England
Middleton Parish Church of St Leonard   Middleton Church of England 1524/1667 [241]
St Michael's Church Middleton Church of England 1930 [242][243]
Rochdale Parish Church of St Chad   Rochdale Church of England
Ashworth, St James Rochdale Church of England
Bamford, St Michael Heywood Church of England
St Lukes   Heywood Church of England
Calderbrook, St James Littleborough Church of England
Hamer, All Saints Rochdale Church of England
Kirkholt, St Thomas Rochdale Church of England
Milnrow, St James Milnrow Church of England
Newhey, St Thomas Newhey Church of England
Oakenrod, St George Rochdale Church of England
Spotland, St Clement Rochdale Church of England
Wardleworth, St Mary with St James Rochdale Church of England
Balderstone, St Mary Rochdale Church of England
Belfield, St Ann Rochdale Church of England
Dearnley, St Andrew Rochdale Church of England
Falinge, St Edmund Rochdale Church of England
Healey, Christ Church Rochdale Church of England
Newbold, St Peter Rochdale Church of England
Norden, St Paul Rochdale Church of England
Rochdale, St Aidan, Sudden Rochdale Church of England
Rochdale, St Luke, Deeplish Rochdale Church of England
Smallbridge, St John the Baptist   Rochdale Church of England 1834 [244][245]
Wardle, St James Apostle Rochdale Church of England
Moore Street Congregational Church Rochdale Congregational 1829
Baptist Church, Deeplish Rochdale Nonconformist
St John the Baptist Catholic Church   Rochdale Roman Catholic
Spotland Methodist Church Rochdale Methodist
Syke Methodist Church Rochdale Methodist
The Methodist Church, Smallbridge Rochdale Methodist
Norden United Reformed Church Norden United Reformed
Norden Methodist Church Norden Methodist
St Martin's Church, Castleton Castleton Church of England
United Reformed Church, Castleton Castleton United Reformed
All Souls Church Heywood

SalfordEdit

StockportEdit

Church Image Locality Denomination Completed Ref.
St Ambrose Catholic Church Adswood Roman Catholic 1939 [263]
St Michael and All Angels   Bramhall Church of England 1910
Fords Lane Evangelical Church Bramhall Evangelical
St Vincent de Paul Catholic Church Bramhall Roman Catholic 1968 [264]
Bramhall Baptist Church Bramhall Baptist
Bramhall Methodist Church   Bramhall Methodist
United Reformed Church   Bramhall United Reformed Church
St Barnabas Bredbury Church of England 1954 [265]
Church of Our Lady and St Christopher Bredbury Roman Catholic 1932 [265]
Hatherlow Church   Bredbury United Reformed Church 1845 [265]
St Mark's Parish Church Bredbury Church of England 1849 [265]
St Bernadette's Church Brinnington
St Mary's Church   Cheadle Church of England 1882 [266]
St John's Methodist Church Cheadle Heath Methodist
Grace Baptist Church, Stockport

 

Cheadle Heath Baptist 1984
All Saints' Church   Cheadle Hulme Church of England 1863 [267]
Offerton Methodist Church Offerton Methodist 1887
Compstall Methodist Church Compstall Methodist 1887 [265]
St Paul's Parish Church   Compstall Church of England 1840 [265]
St Matthew's Church   Edgeley Church of England 1858 [268]
Our Lady & The Apostles Church   Edgeley Roman Catholic
Hazel Grove Baptist Church   Hazel Grove Baptist
Hazel Grove Methodist Church Hazel Grove Methodist
St Thomas' Church   Heaton Chapel Church of England 1765 [269]
Heaton Chapel Christian Church Heaton Chapel
St John the Baptist   Heaton Mersey Church of England
St Mary & St Mina   Heaton Moor Coptic Orthodox Church 2000 [270]
Heaton Moor Methodist Church   Heaton Moor Methodist
Heaton Moor Evangelical Church Heaton Moor FIEC
St Martin's Church, Norris Bank Heaton Norris Church of England 1901
All Saints Church   Marple Church of England 1880 [271]
Marple Independent Evangelical Church Marple Evangelical
Jesus Fellowship Church Marple Bridge Jesus Army
St. Thomas' Church   Mellor Church of England
United Reformed Church Offerton United Reformed Church
Bethel Christian Centre Reddish
Holy Family Presbytery Reddish
St Elisabeth's Church   Reddish Church of England 1883 [272]
Romiley Methodist Church Romiley Methodist 1982 [273]
St Chad's Parish Church Romiley Church of England 1866 [265]
St Mary's Church   Stockport Church of England 1817 [274]
St Peter's Church   Stockport Church of England 1888 [275]
St George's Church   Stockport Church of England 1897
St Joseph's Church   Stockport Roman Catholic
Stockport Elim Stockport Pentecostal
Stockport Centre Church Offerton Assemblies of God
Tiviot Dale Methodist Church Stockport Methodist
Woodley Methodist Church Woodley Methodist [265]
Woodley United Reformed Church Woodley United Reformed Church 1913 [265]
Stockport Free Christian Fellowship Stockport Free Christians (Britain)
St. Peter's Church Hazel Grove Roman Catholic 1931[276]

TamesideEdit

Church Image Locality Denomination Completed Ref.
Albion United Reformed Church   Ashton-under-Lyne United Reformed Church 1895
Breakthrough City Church Ashton-under-Lyne
Christ Church Ashton-under-Lyne Church of England 1848
Church of The Nazarene Ashton-under-Lyne Church of the Nazarene 1882 (as Old Cross Mission) [277]
Holy Trinity C of E Church Ashton-under-Lyne Church of England
Hurst Methodist Church Ashton Under Lyne Methodist
St Ann's RC Church Ashton-under-Lyne Roman Catholic
St Christopher's RC Church Ashton-under-Lyne Roman Catholic
St James the Apostle Ashton-under-Lyne Church of England
St John the Evangelist Church Ashton-under-Lyne Church of England
St Michael and All Angels' Church   Ashton-under-Lyne Church of England 1262 (possibly earlier)
St Peter's Church   Ashton-under-Lyne Church of England
Stamford Street Methodist Church Ashton-under-Lyne Methodist
The New Life Church Ashton-under-Lyne
Carmel Christian Centre Denton
Christ Church Denton Church of England
Denton Methodist Church Denton Methodist
St Anne's Church Denton Church of England 1882
St John Fisher RC Church Denton Roman Catholic
St Mary's RC Church Denton Roman Catholic
St Lawrence's Church   Denton Church of England 1532
Moravian Church Droylsden Moravian Church
St Martin's Church Droylsden
Droylsden Independent Church
 
Droylsden Independent Church, Greater Manchester
Droylsden Congregational Church
Moravian Church Dukinfield Moravian Church
Old Chapel Dukinfield Unitarian
St Mary's RC Church Dukinfield Roman Catholic
St George   Hyde Church of England 1832 [278][279]
St Michael and All Angels   Mottram in Longdendale Church of England 1855 [280]

TraffordEdit

Church Image Locality Denomination Completed Ref.
Altrincham Methodist Church Altrincham Methodist
Altrincham Unitarian Church Altrincham Unitarian
Bowdon Downs Church   Altrincham
Christ Church, Timperley   Altrincham
Church of St Alban Altrincham Church of England 1900 [281][282]
Church of St George   Altrincham Church of England 1897 [283]
Church of St John the Evangelist Altrincham
Church of St Margaret Altrincham
Church of St John the Divine Altrincham
Hale Chapel Altrincham
St Vincent's RC Church Altrincham Roman Catholic
Trinity United Reformed Church Altrincham United Reformed Church
Church of St Mary the Virgin   Bowdon Church of England 1860 [284]
St George's Church   Carrington Church of England 1872 [285]
St Michael's Church Flixton Church of England 1100s [286]
Kingdom Hall Old Trafford Jehovah's Witnesses
New Testament Church of God Old Trafford Pentecostal
Sharon Full Gospel Church Old Trafford Pentecostal
St Alphonsus Old Trafford Roman Catholic
St Bride's Old Trafford Church of England 1991
2016 (third building)
[287]
St John's
(St John the Evangelist)
Old Trafford Church of England c. 1902
1908 (permanent building)
[288]
The Bethel Old Trafford Christadelphian
United Reformed Church Old Trafford United Reformed Church
All Saints Roman Catholic Church   Sale Roman Catholic 1966
Avenue Methodist Church Sale Methodist 1963
Carrington Lane Methodist Church Sale Methodist 1911
LifeChurch Manchester Sale Baptist 1964
Sale Christadelphians Sale Christadelphian 1956 [289]
Sale Congregational Church Sale Congregational 1980
Sale Moor Methodist Church Sale Methodist 1963
Sale Society of Friends Sale Religious Society of Friends 1856
Sale United Reformed Church Sale United Reformed Church 1984
Salvation Army Sale Salvation Army 1991
St Anne's Church Sale Church of England 1854
St Francis' Church Sale Church of England 1962
St John the Divine Church   Sale Church of England 1868
St Joseph Roman Catholic Church Sale Roman Catholic †1885
St Margaret Ward Roman Catholic Church Sale Roman Catholic 1983
St Martin's Church, Ashton upon Mersey   Sale Church of England 1887 [290]
St Mary Magdalene Church   Sale Church of England 1874
St Paul's Church Sale Church of England 1883
Timperley Methodist Church Timperley Methodist 1937
Trinity Methodist Church Sale Methodist 1875
All Saints Stretford Church of England 1957 [291]
Church of St Ann   Stretford Roman Catholic 1867 [292]
Church of St Matthew Stretford Church of England 1842 [293]
Edge Lane Baptist Church Stretford Baptist
Gorse Hill United Church Stretford Church of England, Methodist
Latter-Day Saints Chapel Stretford The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints
Salvation Army Church   Stretford Salvation Army
Sevenways Methodist Church Stretford Methodist
St Alphonsus Stretford Roman Catholic
St Hilda Stretford Church of England 1904
St Hugh of Lincoln Stretford Roman Catholic 1964 [294]
St John the Evangelist Stretford Church of England 1908
St Lawrence Stretford Roman Catholic 1866
St Teresa Stretford Roman Catholic 1928
Stretford Gospel Hall Stretford Christian Brethren
Trafford Christian Life Centre Stretford Pentecostal 1879 [295]
St Antony of Padua   Trafford Park Roman Catholic 1995 [296]
St Werburgh   Warburton Church of England 1885 [297]
St Monica's   Urmston Roman Catholic
All Saints   Urmston Roman Catholic
Victoria Gospel Hall Urmston Christian Brethren

WiganEdit

Church Image Locality Denomination Completed Ref.
St John the Evangelist's Church, Abram   Abram Church of England 1937 [298][299]
St Thomas' Church, Ashton-in-Makerfield   Ashton-in-Makerfield Church of England 1930 [300][301]
St Stephen's Church, Astley   Astley Church of England 1631 [302]
St John the Baptist's Church, Atherton   Atherton Church of England 1879 [303][304]
St Michael and All Angels' Church, Howe Bridge   Howe Bridge, Atherton Church of England 1877 [305][306]
St Anne's Church, Hindsford   Hindsford, Atherton Church of England 1901
(now redundant)
[307]
Chowbent Unitarian Chapel, Atherton   Atherton Unitarianism 1721 [308][309]
Sacred Heart Roman Catholic Church, Hindsford   Hindsford, Atherton Roman Catholic 1869
(now redundant)
[310]
St David's Church, Haigh   Haigh Church of England 1830 [311][312]
St Peter's Church, Hindley   Hindley Church of England 1866
Christ Church, Ince-in-Makerfield   Ince-in-Makerfield Church of England 1864 [313][314]
St Mary's Church, Lower Ince   Ince-in-Makerfield Church of England
Bethany Evangelical Church, Pennington Leigh FIEC n/a [315]
St Mary the Virgin's Church, Leigh   Leigh Church of England 1873 [316][317]
St Thomas' Church, Bedford   Bedford, Leigh Church of England 1840 [318]
Christ Church, Pennington   Pennington, Leigh Church of England 1854 [319]
St Joseph's Roman Catholic Church, Leigh   Bedford, Leigh Roman Catholic 1778 [320]
St Peter's Church, Leigh   Westleigh, Leigh Church of England 1881 [321][322]
St Mary's Church, Lowton   Lowton Church of England 1861 [323]
St John's Church, Mosley Common   Mosley Common Church of England 1883 [324]
St Luke's Church, Orrell   Orrell Church of England 1926 [325][326]
St John the Divine's Church, Pemberton Pemberton Church of England 1832 [327][328]
Holy Family Church, Platt Bridge   Platt Bridge Roman Catholic
St Catharine's Church, Scholes   Scholes Church of England 1841 [329][330]
Church of St Wilfrid, Standish   Standish Church of England 1584 [331][332]
St George's Church, Tyldesley   Tyldesley Church of England 1825 [333]
Tyldesley Top Chapel   Tyldesley Pentecostal 1789 [334]
St Stephen's Church, Whelley   Whelley Church of England 1928–39, extended 1937–38 [335][336][337]
Church of All Saints, Wigan   Wigan Church of England 13th century, rebuilt 1845–50 [338][339]
St George's Church, Wigan   Wigan Church of England 1781 [340]
Church of St James with St Thomas, Poolstock   Wigan Church of England 1866 [341][342]
Parish Church of St Matthew, Highfield, Wigan Wigan Church of England 1894 [343][344]
St Michael and all Angels, Swinley, Wigan Wigan Church of England 1878 [345][346]
St John's Roman Catholic Church, Wigan   Wigan Roman Catholic 1819 [347][348]
St Mary's Roman Catholic Church, Wigan   Wigan Roman Catholic 1818 [349][350]

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

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