The Churches Of Britain and Ireland

Useful Links

Many individual counties have web-sites devoted to their churches - they can be found through the GENUKI site, which also has a concordance of the old and new counties. aims to collect a photo from every square kilometer of the British Isles. Many of those submitted are of churches.

Findachurch lists churches by selected area, with maps, and has links to many individual church web-sites.


United Kingdom

The growing website has many church photos, and is also worth checking out, although most photos are of commemorative monuments only.


The English Heritage website contains many photos of listed buildings of all types, many being churches.

North-West. is an index of churches. To see the photos, follow the "Route" links.

South-East - specialises in church photos from East and West Sussex, and Kent.

Buckinghamshire - most of the parish churches in Bucks are covered at

Cambridgeshire - a fine site devoted to the churches of Cambridgeshire.

Cumbria - The Carlisle Diocese.

Essex - a fine collection of photographs of the old parish churches of Essex., and John Whitworth's site here -

Gloucestershire -

Greater London - for the City of London, see

Hertfordshire - See Neil Bartlett's Hertford site at

Kent - John Vigar's Kent site at

Leicestershire and Rutland - see

Oxfordshire - see John Ward's site,

Shropshire - See John Cutts' site at
Shropshire's non-conformist chapels at

Suffolk -

Wiltshire - see

Yorkshire - Colin Hinson's site, has many churches, indexed under the old (pre-1974) designations of the North, East and West Ridings. Note that these areas do not exactly match todays divisions of Yorkshire.

East Riding of Yorkshire - The Hull (West) Circuit of the Methodist Church web-site has many Methodist church photos.

The Richard's Church Albums website contains many church photos, mainly from south-west England, and has many from Oxfordshire, Gloucestershire and the Home Counties.

Northern Ireland

County Tyrone - see Linda Bailey's site at

Many churches on Jean McCarthy's website.

Republic of Ireland

County Monaghan - see Brian McConnell's site at


Argyll & Bute - Ian Phillips has a site specialising in Mull Genealogy, which has a collection of church photographs.

Dumfries & Galloway - See Sandy Pittendreigh's excellent site here.

Some history of the Church of Scotland.


Anglesey - is comprehensively covered on Phil Evans' Churches%20on%20Anglesey.htm

Llyn Peninsula (Gwynedd) - tables of dates of Nonconformist chapels, with links to photos.

A table of dates for Non-conformist chapels in the Llyn peninsula.


Denominational Links
to follow.


Other Links

For those with an interest in church archaeology -

The Churches Conservation Trust.

The Ecclesiological Society, "for those who love churches".

Green Man - East Anglia explores "Green Man" carvings in the churches of Cambridgeshire, Lincolnshire, Norfolk and Suffolk, and their history and folklore. Many church photographs.

UK Graves website contains many church photos.

For those with an interest in postcard images of churches, the following site has much useful information.


18 September 2006

Steve Bulman