List of Churches in Greater Manchester - Manchester


Church Image Locality Denomination Completed Ref.
Trinity Methodist Church Ancoats Methodist 1964
St Ambrose of Milan Barlow Moor Roman Catholic 1958
St Margaret Burnage Church of England 1926
St John the Evangelist Cheetham Hill Church of England 1871
St Clement Chorlton-cum-Hardy Church of England 1896
St Werburgh Chorlton-cum-Hardy Church of England 1902
Our Lady and St John Chorlton-cum-Hardy Roman Catholic 1927
Holy Name of Jesus Chorlton-on-Medlock Roman Catholic 1926
St Augustine Chorlton-on-Medlock Roman Catholic 1968
Holy Trinity Armenian Church Chorlton-on-Medlock Armenian Apostolic Church 1870
St Cross Clayton Church of England 1866
Emmanuel Didsbury Church of England 1858
St James Didsbury Church of England 1895
St Paul Didsbury Methodist 1961
Brookfield Unitarian Church Gorton Unitarian 1871
St Francis Gorton Roman Catholic 1878
The Ascension Hulme Church of England 1970
St George Hulme Church of England (redundant) 1828
St Aidan Levenshulme Orthodox
St Andrew Levenshulme Church of England (redundant) 1908
Levenshulme Baptist Church Levenshulme Baptist
Levenshulme Methodist Church Levenshulme Methodist 1864
Levenshulme United Reform Church Levenshulme United Reformed Church 1888
St Mark Levenshulme Church of England 1908
St Mary of the Angels and St Clare Levenshulme Roman Catholic 1975
St Peter Levenshulme Church of England 1896
Roby United Reformed Church Longsight United Reformed Church 1972
Manchester Central Manchester City Centre Salvation Army 1879
Cross Street Chapel Manchester City Centre Unitarian 1997
Manchester Cathedral Manchester City Centre Church of England 1940
St Ann Manchester City Centre Church of England 1891
St Mary Manchester City Centre Roman Catholic 1848
The Apostles and Saint Cuthbert Miles Platting Church of England
Corpus Christi Miles Platting Roman Catholic 1907
Christ Church Moss Side Church of England 1904
All Saints Newton Heath Church of England 1880
St Wilfrid and St Ann Newton Heath Church of England (redundant) 1909
St Wilfrid Northenden Church of England 1876
Holy Trinity Rusholme Church of England 1850
St Chrysostom Victoria Park Church of England 1877
Grace Church Withington Evangelical 2005

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