Churches in Cheshire

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  1. Add St Michaels Church to your Itinerary

    St Michaels Church

    Macclesfield

    Services are held every Sunday at 9:30am and 11:00am and on Thursdays at 10:30am

  2. St James the Great

    Macclesfield

    Outside, admire the great 15th century tower (103ft high) and the many excellent window corbels with dripstones, shields of arms and gargoyles

  3. Add St Boniface Church to your Itinerary

    St Boniface Church

    Bunbury

    St Boniface's Church, Bunbury, stands prominently in the village of Bunbury, Cheshire, England. Used in filming for ITV drama HomeFires.

    Dates

    From:
    1 Jan 2021to31 Dec 2021
  4. Add King Edward Street Unitarian Chapel to your Itinerary

    King Edward Street Unitarian Chapel

    Macclesfield

    From Macclesfield Library, the chapel can be found down a narrow passage way on the left hand side of King Edward St. We welcome visitors through out the year but it is essential to telephone first.

  5. Christ Church

    Macclesfield

    This large and impressive town church was built in 1775-76 at the expense of Charles Roe, founder of Macclesfield’s silk industry.

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  6. Add St John the Baptist (Jenkin Chapel) to your Itinerary

    St John the Baptist (Jenkin Chapel)

    Macclesfield

    In a beautiful rural setting near Rainow, surrounded by a belt of trees on an otherwise bare hillside, Jenkin Chapel was built in 1733 by local farmers.

  7. Add All Saints Church and Lewis Carroll Centre to your Itinerary

    All Saints Church and Lewis Carroll Centre

    Warrington

    Birthplace of the author of ‘Alice in Wonderland’. The Church has fine examples of Jacobean carving, a ‘Green Man’, Victorian stained glass, and a memorial window to Lewis Carroll.

    Dates

    From:
    1 Jan 2021to31 Dec 2021
  8. Add St Stephens Church (Forest Chapel) to your Itinerary

    St Stephens Church (Forest Chapel)

    Macclesfield

    It is a popular and delightful walk from Tegg’s Nose Country Park to Forest Chapel, in the beautiful hilly surroundings of Macclesfield Forest. The first church was built here in 1673, but the present building only dates from 1834.

  9. Add Englesea Brook Chapel & Museum to your Itinerary

    Englesea Brook Chapel & Museum

    Crewe

    Freedom, Equality, Fraternity! It’s a surprising proclamation to hear on a quiet country lane.

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  10. Add St Mary's to your Itinerary

    St Mary's

    Congleton

    Described by Pevsner as ‘one of the most exciting Cheshire churches’ with plenty of bosses and also some dainty openwork pendants’.

    Dates

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    1 Jan 2021to31 Dec 2021
  11. Knutsford Methodist Church

    Knutsford

    Knutsford Methodist Church (KMC) was built in 1864 in the styles of early English Gothic complete with church rooms at the rear.

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  12. Add All Saints Church to your Itinerary

    All Saints Church

    Macclesfield

    Although the exact age of the building is unknown, records at Prestbury Church mention a chapel at Siddington in wills dating from c. 1337 and 1474. What is absolutely certain, however, is that it was first consecrated for preaching in 1521.

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    From:
    1 Jan 2021to31 Dec 2021
  13. St Oswald

    Knutsford

    The oldest parts of the church date back to the 14th century, which would make it one of the oldest timber framed churches in Europe.

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    1 Jan 2021to31 Dec 2021
  14. Sutton St James Church

    Macclesfield

    Built in 1840 after an energetic campaign by the silk manufacturing gentry to provide a place of worship for local agricultural workers, the attractive Parish Church of Sutton St James marks a meeting point between the foothills of the Peak District.

  15. Add St Christopher's Church to your Itinerary

    St Christopher's Church

    Pott Shrigley

    St. Christopher’s Church is a Grade I listed building constructed in millstone grit (a local stone), with a tower parapet and window and door framings in grey sandstone.

  16. Add Parish Church of St Mary to your Itinerary

    Parish Church of St Mary

    Nantwich

    A 13th century building known as the 'Cathedral of South Cheshire'.

  17. Add St James and St Paul to your Itinerary

    St James and St Paul

    Macclesfield

    One of the finest examples of the Medieval wooden church remaining in England today, this beautiful little half timbered, black and white church is indeed claimed to be one of the oldest surviving specimens of wood and plaster churches in Europe.

  18. Add St Mary's Priory Church to your Itinerary

    St Mary's Priory Church

    Warrington

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  19. St Mary's Parish Church

    Stockport

    The church originated from a Medieval act of piety of Sir Piers Legh of Lyme, who originally officiated in the Chapel. Building began in 1510 of what was then a Chantry Chapel and was completed in 1534.

  20. Add Brook Street Heritage Site to your Itinerary

    Brook Street Heritage Site

    Knutsford

    Brook Street Heritage Site features a Grade I Listed dissenters chapel, dating back to the 17th century. The chapel is a classic meeting house design with simple whitewashed interior.

    Dates

    From:
    1 Jan 2021to31 Dec 2021
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