Related content in “Discover churches”

  • Christianity and Culture

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    Creates interactive digital resources that explore England’s rich heritage and help organisations, including churches and cathedrals, engage with a wide range of audiences through innovative interpretation.

  • Church Crawler

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    An ongoing celebration of church architecture.

  • Churches in Sussex

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    This site aims to cover Churches both as buildings and most importantly as Bodies of Christians. 

  • Churches of Britain and Ireland

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    At least one photo of every existing church in England, Ireland, Scotland, Wales, the Isle of Man, and the Channel Islands, and where possible, photos or artwork of churches no longer in existence. 

  • Churches of East Anglia

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    The Churches of East Anglia: a journey through the churches of Essex, Norfolk and Suffolk. 

  • Churches Tourism Network Wales

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    Since 2000, CTNW has acted as a catalyst for local faith communities to participate in the tourism economy of Wales.

  • Churches Visitor and Tourism Association

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    The Churches Visitor & Tourism Association is the UK's leading body for promoting best practice in welcoming visitors to places of worship.Our work is all about developing the visitor experience of a unique part of our historical and...

  • Derbyshire Churches

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    The Bishop and people of this part of the Church of England - Derby Diocese - want to encourage you to visit and to experience the heritage, the holiness, and the peace to be found in Derbyshire's Parish Churches wherever you find them across the...

  • East Yorkshire Churches

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    Encouraging a greater appreciation, understanding and enjoyment of the churches in the area. 

  • England's Christian Heritage

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    Aims to provide a guide to all places of interest associated with well-known Christians in English history.