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Coa, Co. Fermanagh, St. Mary (R.C.). H 283 506. © Gerard Close (2011).
Coagh, Co. Tyrone, St. Luke (CoI). H 889 792. Our Lady, Queen of Hope (R.C.). H 893 787. Both © Gerard Close. Presbyterian Church (congregation founded 1708). H 891 784. © Gerard Close (2013). Baptist Church. H 890 781.  © Gerard Close (2013).
Coalbrookdale, Holy Trinity, Shropshire. © Bill McKenzie.
Coaley, Gloucestershire, St. Bartholomew. © Graeme Harvey. Link.
Coalisland, Co. Tyrone, Holy Family (R.C.). H 840 664. St. Mary and St. Joseph (R.C.). H 836 670. Holy Trinity, (CoI, Brackaville Parish). H 839 661. All © Gerard Close.
Coalpit Heath, Gloucestershire, St. Saviour, on Badminton Road. © Jim Parker. Another view - a reminder of the February 2009 snows! © Janet Gimber. Link.
Coalville, Leicestershire.
Coates, Cambridgeshire, Holy Trinity. Two interior views - 1, 2, and the font. Link. Grade II listed. The former Methodist Church, situated, somewhat oddly, in the middle of the green, and now in commercial use. All © David Regan (2016).
Coates-by-Stow, Lincolnshire, St. Edith. © Dave Hitchborne. Interior view. © Tudorbarlow (Flickr). Link.
Coberley, Gloucestershire, St. Giles. © Graeme Harvey. Link.
Cobh, Co. Cork, St. Colman's Cathedral (R.C.). Seen here in an old postcard (Steve Bulman's Collection). Although undated, it must pre-date the completion of the tower. The entire building was completed in 1915. And this postcard, from Reg Dosell's Collection, shows the completed tower. Interior view. © Graeme Harvey. Link.
Cobham, Kent, St. Mary Magdalene. TQ 669 682. © Dave Westrap. An old postcard view (postmarked 1906), from Dave Westrap's Collection. Two interior views - 1, 2, the organ, and a tomb, all © Dave Westrap (2010). Link1. Link2. Link3. Link4. Link5.
Cobham, Surrey.
Cobridge, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire - see Stoke-on-Trent.
Cockayne, North Yorkshire, Wesleyan Chapel. © Elaine Sanders.
Cockayne Hatley, Bedfordshire, St. John the Baptist. © Bill McKenzie.
Cockbrook, Ashton-under-Lyne, Greater Manchester, - see Ashton-under-Lyne.
Cockenzie and Port Seton, East Lothian, Viewforth Port Seton Gospel Hall. © Bill Henderson. Cockenzie Old Parish Church. © James Denham.
Cockerham, Lancashire, St. Michael. SD 462 519. © Elaine Hindson.
Cockermouth, Cumbria.
Cockett, Swansea (City), Swansea - see Swansea
Cockfield, Co. Durham, St. Mary the Virgin. © Alan Blacklock.
Cockfield, Suffolk, St. Peter. TL 903 550. © Steve Bulman (2005). Link.
Cockington, Dev., St. George & St. Mary. From an old postcard in Steve Bulman's Collection.
Cockthorpe, Norfolk, All Saints (K). TF 981 422. © Steve Bulman (2005). Interior view, © Chris Stafford (2014). Link.
Cockwood, Devon, a chapel on Church Road, has links with Cofton (see below), and St. Mary in Dawlish. SX 975 806. © Andrew Ross.
Coddenham, Suffolk, St. Mary. TM 133 542. © Steve Bulman (2005). Link.
Coddington, Herefordshire, All Saints. © Graeme Harvey (2011). Link. Grade II* listed - link.
Coddington, Nottinghamshire, All Saints. Another view. Both © David Regan (2012). Link1. Link2. Grade II* listed - link.
Codford St. Mary, Wiltshire, St. Mary. © David Roberts.
Codicote, Hertfordshire, St. Giles.
TL 219 188. © Thomas Curtis. Link.
Codrington, Gloucestershire, Baptist Church. © Phil Draper.
Codsall, Staffs.
Codsall Wood, Staffordshire, St. Peter on Whitehouse Lane. Two further views - 1, 2, and the bell-turret. SJ 849 050. All © Dennis Harper (2011). Link.
Codepenmaen, Pontypridd, Rhondda Cynon Taff - see Pontypridd.
Coedpoeth, Wrexham.
Coedway, Powys, St. Andrew (Presbyterian). SJ 340 148. © Les Needham (2011).
Coed-y-Bryn, Ceredigion, St. Cynllo. Interior view. SN 354 453. Capel Coed-y-Bryn (1886), now in secular use. Two interior views - 1, 2. Although previously listed as "former" and "now in secular use", I have been advised that the chapel still has regular services, and a thriving Sunday School. Celebrations for 125 years of the chapel are to be held in 2011. SN 354 452. All © Mike Berrell.
Coed-y-Paen, Monmouthshire, Christchurch. Another view. Both ©
Janet Gimber (2016). Link.
Cofton, Devon, St. Mary, on Church Road. SX 968 802. © Andrew Ross.
Cogan, Vale of Glamorgan, St. Paul (CiW). Hebron Hall (1904). Link. Both
© Gerard Charmley.
Coggeshall, Essex, St. Peter ad Vincula on Church Green. Another view, two interiors - 1, 2, a side chapel, and the font. The church has some good wood carvings. TL 8535 2302. Link. Grade I listed. Christ Church on Stoneham Street. TL 8499 2274. Link. Wesley Hall, also on Stoneham Street, appears to be the hall for Christ Church, but was presumably a Wesleyan Methodist Church at some point. Circa TL 84965 22670.  Old Chapel on Church Street also has the look of Methodism about it. The Catholic Church of St. Bernard of Clairvaux on Stoneham Street. TL 84965 22768.  Link. The former Friends' Meeting House (1878) on Stoneham Street is now the library. It stands on the site of an earlier Friends' Meeting House, which, according to the plaque, was purchased in 1673, and so presumably a pre-existing building. TL 84946 22729. An unusual entry for this website is the Woolpack Inn on Church Street. The plaque provides the explanation. TL 85312 22944. All © Steve Bulman (2016).
Coin Varin, Jersey, St. Matthew (R.C.). © Alan Perchard.
Coity, Bridgend, St. Mary. Link. The remains of Coity Castle Chapel. Gilead Independent Chapel (the original building was built in 1826, succeeded by the present building in 1862, which was re-built 1890). All © Gervase N. E. Charmley.
Colchester, Essex.
Cold Ash, Berkshire, St. Mark. SU 510 699. © Jill Bennett. An old postcard view, from Judy Flynn's collection. Link.
Cold Ashby, Northamptonshire, St. Denys. Three interiors - 1, 2, 3, and the font. All © David Regan (2017). Link. Grade II* listed.
Cold Ashton, Gloucestershire, Holy Trinity. © Phil Draper. Link. The former Congregational Church, built as Independent. Another view. Both © Janet Gimber (2016).
Cold Aston, Gloucestershire, St. Andrew - undergoing remedial work in 2011. Listed as Aston Blank in my edition (1974) of Pevsner. There was a weekday school service happening on my visit, so I didn't get to see the interior. The Norman doorway has a carved tympanum, and Norman fragments have been built into the porch. SP 127 199. All © Steve Bulman (2011). Link. Grade I listed - link.
Cold Hanworth, Lincolnshire, the former All Saints (1861-2, redundant 1973), now in residential use. The link (advised of by David Regan) is to an Estate agents' website, with numerous photos.
Cold Higham, Northamptonshire, St. Luke on Church Lane. Five additional views - 1, 2, 3, 4, 5. SP 663 535. All © Howard Richter (2015). Grade II* listed.
Cold Inn, Pembrokeshire, Ebenezer Baptist Chapel (1861). SN 104 058. © Mike Berrell.
Cold Kirby, North Yorkshire, St. Michael. © David Regan (2011). Link.
Cold Overton, Leicestershire, St. John the Baptist. © George Weston.
Coldham, Cambridgeshire, the redundant St. Etheldreda (1875), for sale in 2012. Another view. Both © Chris Stafford (2012). Link.
Coldred, Kent, St. Pancras. TR 274 476. © Geoff Watt.
Coldridge, Devon, St. Matthew. Curiously, I had received scans of two different postcards of an interior (1, 2), from Judy Flynn and Brian Curtis, within days of each other. I suspected immediately that they were of the same church, but had no idea of where it might be. One postcard had the word "Coleridge" printed on it, and it seems that this was the old spelling for what is now Coldridge. Greg Mishevski and Simon Edwards obliged with the identification, and confirmation that they were indeed of the same church, and provided the following links - link1, link2, link3. There are some older references to the church dedication being St. Mary (Simon refers to a 1919 Bligh Bond book). The church is Grade I listed.
Coldstream, Borders, Church of Scotland. © Bill Henderson. The Parish church (CoS) © Bill McKenzie. Episcopal Church. © Bill Henderson.
Colebrook, Co. Fermanagh, The Arghalurcher Parish Church of St. Ronan (CoI). H 413 443. © Gerard Close.
Coleby, Lincolnshire, All Saints. Two interior views - 1, 2, and the splendid Norman font. All © David Regan (2013). Link. Grade I listed.
Coleford, Gloucs.
Colemere, Shropshire, St. John the Evangelist. SJ 437 329. © Dave Westrap. Link.
Coleorton, Leicestershire, St, Mary the Virgin. Another view. Link. Grade II* listed. St. John is about half a mile away at Church Town. Another view. Link. All  David Regan (2016).
Coleraine, Co. Derry.
Colesbourne, Gloucestershire, St. James. © Graeme Harvey (2013). Link. Grade II listed.
Coleshill, Oxfordshire, All Saints. SU 2355 9378. From an old postcard in Geoff Watt's Collection. A modern view, © Simon Edwards. Another view, © Carole Sage (2010). Grade II* listed.
Coleshill, Warwickshire, St. Peter & St. Paul. The impressive spire. SP 201 890. © Peter Wood. Link.
Coley, West Yorkshire, St. John the Baptist. © Bill Henderson. Another view, © David Regan (2011). Link.
Colinsburgh, Fife, Colinsburgh Parish Church (CoS) on Main Street. © Jim Parker (2010). Link.
Colintravie, Argyll & Bute. © Bill McKenzie.
Colkirk, Norfolk, St. Mary on Church Road, which dates from the sixteenth century. TF 917 265. © Richard Roberts (2015). Link1. Link2. Grade II* listed.
Collaton St. Mary, Devon, St. Mary. From an old postcard (franked 1905) in Steve Bulman's Collection. A modern view, © Paul E. Barnett (2016). Link.
Collegeland, Co. Armagh, St. Peter (R.C., 1845). H 862 542. © Gerard Close.
Collessie, Fife, Parish Church. © Alex Parker. Link.
Collier Street, Kent, St. Margaret. TQ 716 461. © Geoff Watt.
Colliers End, Hertfordshire, St. Mary. Interior (taken through a window). Both © Chris Stafford (2013). Link.
Colliers Wood, Greater London, Christ Church (1874), on Christchurch Road. This old postcard, from Steve Bulman's Collection, was of long-standing in the "Unknown" section. A church with an unusual spire - and the sender has written this - "I daresay you recognize the old church, although they have omitted to print the name....". Although originally identified as St. Augustine in Dudley, it certainly wasn't that, since a photo has now been sent in, and it can be seen on the Dudley page. Thanks are due to Garry Barr for providing the final identification, and this confirmatory Link. A modern view of the church - though the trees are hiding it rather well. © Gerard Doherty (2011).
Collingbourne Ducis, Wiltshire, St. Andrew. © Graeme Harvey. Two additional views - 1, 2, both © Chris K. (2013). Link1. Link2. Grade II* listed.
Collingbourne Kingston, Wiltshire, St. Mary. © Graeme Harvey. Link1. Link2. Grade II* listed.
Collingham, Nottinghamshire, All Saints. Two further views - 1, 2. All © David Regan (2011). Link. Grade I listed - link. St. John the Baptist. SK 826 613. From a postcard in the Kevin Gordon Collection. Another view. © David Regan (2010). Link. Grade I listed - link. These two churches were originally the churches for the villages of North and South Collingham respectively. The villages have now merged. Methodist Chapel, © David Regan (2012). Link.
Collingham, West Yorkshire, St. Oswald. Methodist Church. Both © Bill Henderson.
Colliston, Angus, Church of Scotland. © Derek Robertson.
Collooney, Co. Sligo, Church of the Assumption (R.C., 1843). Another view. G 679 263. Both from old postcards in Reg Dosell's Collection. Two modern views - 1, 2, both © Gerard Close (2013). Link. St. Paul (CoI, 1720). G 679 259. © Gerard Close (2013). Methodist Church (1861). G 678 261. © Gerard Close (2013).
Collyhurst, Manchester,
Greater Manchester.
Collyweston, Northamptonshire, St. Andrew (K). © Graeme Harvey. Two further views - 1, 2, both © David Regan (2016). Grade II* listed.
Colmworth, Bedfordshire, St. Denys (K). From an old postcard in Reg Dosell's Collection. Two modern views - 1, 2, both © Chris Stafford (2013). Link. Grade I listed.
Coln Rogers, Gloucestershire, St. Andrew. © Mark Turbott.
Coln St. Aldwyns, Gloucestershire, St. John the Baptist. © Mark Turbott.
Colne, Cambridgeshire, St. Helen. © Jim Rushton.
Colne, Lancs.
Colsterworth, Lincolnshire, St. John the Baptist. © Alan Blacklock (2010). Link.
Colston Bassett, Nottinghamshire, St. John the Divine (1892). © Tim Hollinghurst. Link. Grade II listed - link. The ruinous medieval church, St. Mary, stands outside the village. Three further views - 1, 2, 3. All © David Regan (2012). Link. Grade I listed - link.
Colton, Cumbria, Holy Trinity. © Jill Coulthard. Link.
Colton, North Yorkshire, St. Paul. © Bill Henderson.
Colton, Staffordshire, St. Mary the Virgin. © Bruce Read.
Colvend, Dumfries & Galloway, the Parish Church. NX 862 542. © Steve Bulman.
Colwich, Staffordshire, St. Michael & All Angels on Main Road. SK 011 211. © Bruce Read. Another view and two interior views - 1, 2, all © Mike Berrell (2011). Link1. Link2. St. Mary's Abbey (Benedictine R.C.). on Main Road. Two interior views - 1, 2. SK 008 214. All © Mike Berrell (2011). Link.
Colwinston, Vale of Glamorgan, St. Michael and All Angels (CiW). Two interior views - 1, 2. The former Seion Calvinistic Methodist Chapel (founded 1830) and the former Ebenezer Baptist Chapel (1852) and both now private residences. All © Gerard Charmley (2011). 
Colwyn Bay, Conwy.
Colyford, Devon, St. Michael. SY 251 925. © Julie Baker.
Colyton, Devon, St. Andrew. From an old postcard (franked 1904), Bulman Collection. A modern view. SY 246 940. © Julie Baker. Link.
Combe Down, Somerset, Holy Trinity. From an old postcard in Reg Dosell's Collection. Link.
Combe Florey, Somerset, St. Peter & St. Paul. ST 1506 3117. © Simon Kidner. Another view, two interiors - 1, 2, and the list of rectors, which commences in 1316. ST 4446 2850. All © Mike Berrell (2016). Link. Grade I listed.
Combe St. Nicholas, Somerset, St. Nicholas. Two interiors - 1, 2. A brass plaque gives a little history about the screen. ST 301 112. Link. Grade I listed. Methodist Church (1891) on Stooper's Hill. ST 301 114. Link. Grade II listed. All © Mike Berrell (2013).
Combeinteignhead, Devon, All Saints. SX 902 715. © Andrew Ross.
Comber, County Down, 1st Comber Presbyterian Church. Comber 2nd Presbyterian Church. Both © Jack Storey. Alla Church. From an old postcard in Reg Dosell's Collection. Methodist Church. J 460 694. © Gerard Close (2011). St. Mary (CoI) was founded as a Cistercian Abbey in 1199. J 459 692. © Gerard Close (2012).
Comberbach, Cheshire, Methodist Church. SJ 645 774. © Bruce Read.
Comberford, Staffordshire, the Chapel. © Bruce Read.
Comberton, Cambridgeshire, St. Mary. Another view. Both © Jim Rushton. Link. Another view of St. Mary, and Comberton Baptist Church. Both © James Murray.
Combrook, Warwickshire, St. Mary and St. Margaret. Interior view. Both © Aidan McRae Thomson. Link.
Combs, Suffolk, St. Mary. © Chris Emms (2004). Link.
Combwich, Somerset, St. Peter (1870) on Church Hill, undergoing repairs. ST 2586 4227. Grade II listed. The former 1838 Bethel Chapel on School Lane, now in residential use. ST 2578 4236. Both © Mike Berrell (2016).
Come-to-Good, Cornwall, thatched Quaker Chapel. SW 813 403. © Derek Jordan. Photo is on an external web-site.
Comins Coch, Ceredigion, the former Ebenezer Chapel (Calvinistic Methodist), which closed in 2001, and was subsequently converted into a private residence. © Gerard Charmley (2010).
Commondale, North Yorkshire, St. Peter. NZ 663 106. © Steve Bulman. Another view, the interior, and the font, all © David Regan (2015). Link.
Compstall, Greater Manchester, St. Paul, on Compstall Road.  SJ 964 910. © Mike Berrell. Two interior views - 1, 2, both © Mike Berrell (2010). Three additional interior views (1, 2, 3), following cleaning, improved lighting, and re-decoration, all © Mike Berrell (2013). The former Wesleyan Methodist Church on George Street, now a private residence. SJ 967 910. © Mike Berrell.
Compton, Berkshire, St. Mary and St. Nicholas. SU 526 796. From an old postcard in Judy Flynn's Collection. Link. Grade II* listed.
Compton, Hampshire, All Saints (interior) on Carmans Lane. Previously in the Unknown section, this old postcard is from Judy Flynn's Collection, and was identified by Janet Gimber. The photo proving the identification is not available to use or link to. An external photo is available here. Another interior on a postcard from Judy Flynn's Collection. This one shows one of the aisles. Grade II* listed.
Compton, Surrey, St. Nicholas. Link. Watts Chapel, used as the cemetery chapel. Both © Derek Jordan. Photos are on an external web-site. Link.
Compton, Wes Sussex, St. Mary. © Juile Brutnell.
Compton Abbas, Dorset, St. Mary. © June Norris.
Compton Abdale, Gloucestershire, St. Oswald. © Mark Turbott. An old postcard view, from Reg Dosell's Collection. Link.
Compton Beauchamp, Oxfordshire, St. Swithun. Interior view. SU 279 869. Both from old postcards in Judy Flynn's Collection. Link. Grade II* listed.
Compton Greenfield, Gloucestershire, All Saints. © Phil Draper.
Compton Martin, Somerset, St. Michael the Archangel. Another view. Link1. Link2. Grade I listed. The former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel on Mill Street, now in residential use. Another view. All © Janet Gimber (2016).
Compton Verney, Warwickshire,  - see Kineton.
Condicote, Gloucestershire, St. Nicholas. Piscina. Both © John Salmon.
Condover, Shropshire, St. Andrew and St. Mary. The tower. Interior view. All © James Murray.
Condurrow, Cornwall, the former Wesleyan Chapel. SW 666 392. © Paul E. Barnett (2015).
Coneysthorpe, North Yorkshire, Chapel (on the Castle Howard estate). Interior view. Both © David Regan. The interior of the chapel in Castle Howard itself is shown here, © Colin Waters (2012).
Cong, County Mayo.
Congerstone, Leicestershire, St. Mary the Virgin. © David Regan (2016). Link. Grade II* listed.
Congham, Norfolk, St. Andrew, off St. Andrew's Lane. C13, but much restored in the 19th. Another view. TF 712 236. Both © Richard Roberts (2014). Another view, © Steve Williamson. Link1. Link2. Grade II* listed.
Congleton, Cheshire.
Congresbury, Somerset, St. Andrew on Church Drive. It was consecrated in 1215, on the site of an earlier church. ST 4357 6377. © Jack Frost. Two additional views - 1, 2, two interiors - 1, 2, the Merle Chapel, and the altar. The font is C13, with a Jacobean cover, and the pulpit is of 1856. All © Carole Sage (2016). Link. Grade I listed. Methodist Church on High Street. It dates from 1875, though there has been a Methodist congregation since 1852. It's not known whether the earlier building (if there indeed was one) was sited here or elsewhere. ST 4378 6373. © Carole Sage (2016). Link.

Coningsby, Lincolnshire, St. Michael & All Angels. Baptist Church (previously listed as the Methodist Church - thanks to the Revd. Colin Watkins for the correction). © Dave Hitchborne. Another view. TF 226 584. © George Weston. Coningsby Methodist Church. By kind permission of the Revd. Colin Watkins.
Conington, Cambridgeshire, St. Mary. © Jim Rushton. Link.
Conisbrough, South Yorkshire, St. Peter. © Bill Henderson. An old postcard view, from Reg Dosell's Collection. Link. An old engraving showing the "Old Church". I think it unlikely that it is St. Peter (see the link for an extensive history). Can you suggest which church this might have been? Howard Richter has been considering this, and he agrees that it isn't St. Peter - in fact he reckons that the tower to the right of the castle in the distance is St. Peter. The position of the ruin across the river from the castle implies that it lay in what was then Sprotbrough (now Cadeby). Possibly a chapel of ease suggests Martin. He thinks the site may now lie beneath the site of Cadeby colliery or the associated railways (now also closed and levelled). From the Colin Waters Collection.
Conisholme, Lincolnshire, St. Peter. Grade I listed. Methodist Chapel (1856). Link. Both © David Regan (2015).
Coniston, Cumbria, St. Andrew. SD 303 976. © Steve Bulman. At one time the Mount Zion Primitive Methodist Chapel stood at SD 3012 9724. Shown on the 1890 OS map, it seems to have closed as a church before the 1913 edition, when it shows as "Hall". The plaque from the chapel is now attached to the Bluebird extension of the Ruskin Museum, and shows the date 1859. On the latter photo the plaque is visible just above the gate, and to the right of the blue roller-door. What may be the chapel building is seen here on Google. Both © Martin Richter (2015).
Coniston Cold, North Yorkshire, St. Peter (1846). SD 902 554. © Stuart Mackrell. Grade II listed - link.
Conistone, North Yorkshire, St. Mary. Another view, and an interior view, all © Alan Blacklock (2010). Link. Methodist Chapel, formerly Wesleyan (now also serves as a hostel). © Alan Blacklock. Link.
Conlig, Co. Down, Presbyterian Church (1848). J 499 782. © Gerard Close (2011).
Connah's Quay, Flintshire, St. John's Methodist Church on High Street. © Chris Emms (2010). Originally Methodist New Connexion (1883).
Connel, Argyll & Bute, disused church. Another disused church, or perhaps village hall. St. Oran at NM 914 342. . All © Martin Briscoe. Another view, © Bill Henderson (2013).
Connor, Co. Antrim, Presbyterian Church. J 161 965. © Gerard Close. St. Saviour (CoI). J 155 965. © Gerard Close (2010). Link.
Connor Downs, Cornwall, Independent Evangelical Church. SW 595 391. Former Church on Gwithian Road. Both © Paul E. Barnett (2014). A former non-denominational church, now a Sunday school. SW 595 393. © Paul E. Barnett (2015). What was tentatively listed as a Chapel on Trevarnon Lane has been identified as a school by Janet Gimber. Another view. SW 591 393. Both © Paul E. Barnett (2015).
Conon Bridge, Highland, Ferintosh Parish Church. NH 545 565. © John Mackie.
Cononley, North Yorkshire, St. John the Evangelist (Anglican/Methodist) on Netherghyll Lane. Two interior views - 1, 2. SD 987 470. Link. St. John's United Church, aka The Church Centre, on Main Street, Anglican/Methodist. It closed circa 2010, and is awaiting demolition. Built as Methodist in 1940, as the date-stone shows. SD 992. 469. All © Mike Berrell (2013).
Consett, Durham.
Constable Burton, North Yorkshire, the former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel (1905), converted  to residential use, and now called The Old Chapel. It seems to have been active to at least 1986, as it is mentioned on the BBC Domesday website as "still in use today". Another view. Name-inscribed stones are a common feature in Methodist Chapels. SE 169 908. Howard advises that C19 maps show a small Chapel at about SE 1656 9092, but whether it still survives or what its denomination was is, at present, uncertain. All © Howard Richter (2015).
Constantine, Cornwall, St. Constantine. SW 731 290. © Paul E. Barnett (2015). Grade I listed. Methodist Church, built as Wesley Chapel (1880). SW 732 290. © Paul E. Barnett (2015).
Constantine Bay, Cornwall, the ruins of St. Constantine's Church. From an old postcard (franked 1911), Bulman Collection. Link.
Contin, Highland, the parish church. © Martin Briscoe.
Conwy, Conwy.
Cookhill, Worcestershire, St. Paul. © Aidan McRae Thomson.
Cookham, Berkshire, Holy Trinity. SU 896 855. © Barbara Barklem. Interior view, from an old postcard in Judy Flynn's Collection. Link. Grade II* listed.
Cookham Dean, Berkshire, St. John the Baptist. SU 871 851. © Marion Hall. Old postcard views of the exterior and interior, both from old postcards in Judy Flynn's Collection. Link. Grade II listed.
Cookham Rise, Berkshire, St. Elizabeth (R.C.) on Lower Road. SU 882 851. © John and Judy Flynn.
Cookley, Worcestershire, St. Peter. © Dorothy Turley.
Cookridge, Leeds, West Yorkshire - see Leeds.
Cookstown, Co. Tyrone.
Coolera, Co. Sligo, Star of the Sea (R.C.). Interior view. Both © Joseph Cantwell (2012).
Cooling, Kent.
Coombe, Cornwall, Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, built in 1859 and enlarged in 1890. SW 949 513. © Paul E. Barnett (2017).
Coombe Bissett, Wiltshire, St. Michael and All Angels. © Roger Hopkins. An old postcard view, from Reg Dosell's Collection. Link. Baptist Church (1894). SU 112 260. © Les Needham. Link.
Coopersale, Essex, St. Alban. From an old postcard in Steve Bulman's Collection. Link.
Copdock, Suffolk, St. Peter. © Kevin Price (2012). Link. Grade II* listed - link.
Copgrove, North Yorkshire, St. Michael & All Angels. SE3463. © Bill Henderson. Interior view, and the west window, both © Kenneth Paver (2013). Grade II* listed.
Cople, Bedfordshire, All Saints. TL 103 485. © Bill McKenzie. An old postcard view, from Judy Flynn's Collection. Grade I listed.
Copmanthorpe, North Yorkshire, St. Giles. Methodist Church. Both © Bill Henderson.
Coppice, Oldham, Greater Manchester - see Oldham.
Coppull, Lancashire, the Parish Church (dedication lost). SD 568 136. St. John the Divine on Hewlett Street. SD 561 142. Wesleyan Methodist Church on Spendmore Lane. SD 563 142. St. Oswald (R.C., 1926) on Tansley Avenue. SD 557 141. All © Mike Berrell (2012).
Copston Magna, Warwickshire, St. John. Interior view. Both © Aidan McRae Thomson. Grade II* listed - link.
Copt Hewick, North Yorkshire, Holy Innocents. © David Regan (2011).
Copt Oak, Leicestershire, St. Peter. © David Regan (2016). Link. Grade II listed.
Corbière, Jersey, Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses. © Alan Perchard.
Corbridge, Northumberland.
Corby, Cumbria - see Warwick Bridge.
Corby, Northamptonshire, St. John the Baptist (C). Two additional views - 1, 2. All © Chris Stafford (2013). Link. Grade II* listed.
Corby Glen, Lincolnshire, St. John the Evangelist on Church Street. Two interior views - 1, 2. TF 002 250. Link. Grade I listed - link. Our Lady of Mount Carmel (R.C.) on High Street. Two interior views - 1, 2.  Mike advises that this church was previously on the Ingham estate, and was moved stone-by-stone and re-built, commencing in 1855. The first mass was said in 1857. There is now only one service a month, and the future of the church is uncertain. SK 998 253. Link. Grade II listed - link. Methodist Church on Station Road (1902). SK 998 250. Former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel on Station Road, now in residential use. SK 999 249. All © Mike Berrell (2011).
Coreley, Shropshire, St. Peter. © Chris Kippin (2017). Grade II* listed.
Corfe, Somerset, St. Nicholas. Two interiors - 1, 2. ST 233 197. All © Mike Berrell (2014). Link. Grade II* listed.
Corfe Castle, Dorset, St. Edward King and Martyr. © Bill McKenzie. Another view. © Malcolm Matthews. A view of the church from the castle, and an interior view, both © Roger Hopkins. Roger advises that the church suffered much during the siege of the castle in the English Civil War, and was heavily "restored" in Victorian times. The font, © Graeme Harvey (2011).
Corfe Mullen, Dorset, St. Hubert. © June Norris. Link.
Corgarff, Aberdeenshire, Church of Scotland (1834). NJ 279 083. © John Mackie (2011). Link.
Corhampton, Hampshire, (dedication unknown). © Derek Jordan. Photo is on an external web-site.
Cork, County Cork.
Corley, Warwickshire, St. Mary. © Aidan McRae Thomson. Link. Grade II* listed.
Cornamona, County Galway, R.C. church. © Bill Henderson.
Corney, Cumbria, St. John the Baptist. Another view. Interior view. All © Jill Coulthard. Another view © Ian Lewis. Link.
Cornforth, Co. Durham, Wesleyan Chapel. © Bill Henderson.
Cornhill, Powys, the former Primitive Methodist Chapel (1864). © Gerard Charmley (2011).
Cornhill-on-Tweed, Northumberland, St. Helen. © Bill Henderson.
Cornholme, West Yorkshire, St. Michael and All Angels. SD 901 262. Vale Baptist Church. SD 902 261. Shore Primitive Baptist Church (1777) closed in the 1970's, and has since been partly demolished, and the remainder converted to residential use. SD 915 266. All © Stuart Mackrell.
Cornish Hall End, Essex, St. John the Evangelist (1841, C). © Chris Stafford (2013). Link.
Cornriggs, County Durham, Primitive Methodist Chapel. © Martin Briscoe.
Corntown, Vale of Glamorgan, the former Bethlehem Baptist Church, now a private residence. © Gerard Charmley (2010).
Cornwood, Devon, St. Michael & All Angels. SX 604 594. © Peter Wood.
Corpach, Highland, (near Fort William).
Corpusty, Norfolk, St. Peter. © Chris Emms (2009). Link.
Corracrin, Co. Monaghan, St. Patrick (R.C.). H 675 410. © Gerard Close.
Corrie, North Ayrshire,- see Arran.
Corrimony, Highland, Church of Scotland. NH 385 295. © John Mackie. Link.
Corringham, Essex, St. Mary the Virgin. © Mark Summers. Link.
Corringham, Lincolnshire, St. Laurence. © David Regan (2010). Link.
Corris, Gwynedd, Holy Trinity on Bridge Street. SH 754 077. © Bill McKenzie. Another view, © Richard Roberts (2015).
Corse, Gloucestershire, St. Margaret, aka "The Church in the Orchards". © Graeme Harvey. Another view. Interior view. Both © James Murray. An old postcard view, from Reg Dosell's Collection. Link.
Corsenside, Northumberland, St. Cuthbert. © Bill Henderson. Link.
Corsham, Wiltshire, St. Bartholomew. From an old postcard in Reg Dosell's Collection. Link.
Corsley, Wiltshire, St. Margaret of Antioch. ST 829 467. © Mark Summers.
Corston, Wiltshire, All Saints. © Bill Henderson.
Cortachy, Angus, Old Parish Church (1828). © Kevin Price (2012). Link1. Link2.
Corton, Suffolk, St. Bartholomew. From an old postcard © Bulman Collection.
Corwen, Denbighshire.
Cosby, Leicestershire.
Coseley, WMids.
Cosgrove, Northamptonshire, St. Peter and St. Paul. © Les Needham.
Cosheston, Pembrokeshire, St. Michael and All Angels (CiW). Interior view. SN 001 037. Mission Church. SN 007 037. All © Mike Berrell.
Cossall, Nottinghamshire, St. Catherine. Another view. The churchyard has a monument to two lifeguards who died at Waterloo, and another who survived. All © David Regan (2012). Link. Grade II* listed - link.
Costessey, Norfolk, St. Edmund, on The Street. From an old postcard in Reg Dosell's Collection. TG 177 124. A modern view. © Chris Emms (2009). Our Lady and St. Walstan (R.C.). From an old postcard in Reg Dosell's Collection. TG 173 116. A modern view. © Chris Emms (2009). Baptist Church on The Street. TG 173 117. © Chris Emms (2009).
Cossington, Leicestershire, All Saints. © David Regan (2016). Link. Grade II* listed.
Costock, Nottinghamshire, St. Giles. © David Regan (2012). Link. Grade II listed - link.
Coston, Leicestershire, St. Andrew. Another view. © Alan Blacklock (2011). Grade I listed - link.
Cote, Oxfordshire, the C18 Baptist Church. Two additional views - 1, 2. SP 352 032. All © Dennis Harper (2015). Link, which has details of opening times. Grade II* listed.
Cotebrook, Cheshire, St. John and the Holy Cross. SJ 571 655. Primitive Methodist Chapel, dating from 1843. SJ 570 653. Both © Les Needham. Another view of St. John, © Bruce Read, and another © Mark Eccles.
Cotehill, Cumbria, St. John Evangelist. 86 NY 469 502. Methodist chapel. 86 NY 468 505. Both © Steve Bulman.
Cotes Heath, Staffordshire, St. James. © Martin Briscoe.
Cotesbach, Leicestershire, St. Mary. © Aidan McRae Thomson.
Cotgrave, Nottinghamshire, All Saints. Another view, interior view, and the font. Link1. Link2. Grade I listed - link. Methodist Church. All © David Regan (2012).
Cotham, Bristol (City), Bristol - see Bristol.
Cotham, Nottinghamshire, St. Michael. Two interior views - 1, 2, the altar, the font, and a carved head. All © David Regan (2011). Link. Grade II* listed - link.
Cotherstone, Co. Durham, Methodist Chapel. NZ 012 198. © Philip Kapp. Former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel. © Steve Bruce. Congregational Church. © Steve Bruce.
Coton in the Elms, Derbyshire, St. Mary (1846) on Church Street. SK 243 154. From an old postcard in Reg Dosell's Collection. A modern view, © Richard Roberts (2014). Link. Grade II listed. The former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel on Chapel Street, now in secular use. Opened prior to 1901, it closed in 1963. SK 247 152. © Richard Roberts (2014). The Chapel House is the former Primitive Methodist Chapel, on Main Street (Burton Road), now in residential use. Dates are 1944 - 2002. SK 246 152. © Richard Roberts (2014).
Cottam, Nottinghamshire, the former Church of the Holy Trinity on Overcoat Lane, a C12 chapel-of-ease declared redundant in 2002 and now in residential use. SK 818 800. Interior view. Both from old postcards in Richard Roberts' Collection. Link. Grade ll Listed.
Cottered, Hertfordshire, St. John the Baptist. TL 318 292. © Les Needham. Link.
Cotterstock, Northamptonshire, St. Andrew. Another view. Both © Robin Peel. Another view, © David Regan (2016). Link. Grade I listed.
Cottesbrook, Northamptonshire, All Saints. Another view, two interiors - 1, 2, triple-decker pulpit and box pews, squire's pew, and two monuments - 1, 2. All © David Regan (2016). Link. Grade I listed.
Cottesmore, Rutland, St. Nicholas. Interior view. Both © Jill Coulthard. Grade II* listed - link.
Cottingham, ERYorks.
Cottingham, Nhants., St. Mary Magdalene. © George Weston. Another view, and an interior view, both © Alan Craxford. A recently re-discovered and restored plaque commemorates a long-serving rector. © Alan Craxford. Link. Grade I listed - link. Methodist Church (1878). © George Weston. The adjoining church hall is the original chapel, dating from 1808. © Alan Craxford. Link.
Cottisford, Oxfordshire, St. Mary the Virgin. Link is to external web-site.
Cotton, Staffordshire, St. John the Baptist, which dates from 1795. St. Wilfrid (R.C.). SK 066 463. Both © Mike Berrell.
Cotton, Suffolk, St. Andrew. © Peter Leggett. Methodist Church, © Iris Maeers.
Cotton End, Bedfordshire, Baptist Church (1836). TL 085 456. © Les Needham (2010).
Cotton Stones, West Yorkshire, St. Mary (1848). SE 029 216. © Stuart Mackrell.
Cotton Tree, Lancashire, Methodist Church. SD 905 400. © Philip Kapp.
Coughton, Warwickshire, St. Peter. SP 083 605. © Dave Westrap. Interior view. © Aidan McRae Thomson. Link1. Link2. Ss. Peter, Paul & Elizabeth (R.C.). SP 083 604. © Dave Westrap. Interior view. © Aidan McRae Thomson. Link.
Coull, Aberdeenshire, Church of Scotland. NJ 511 024. © John Mackie (2010). Link.
Coulsdon, Greater London, St. John the Evangelist. From an old postcard in Reg Dosell's Collection. Link.
Coulston, Wiltshire, St. Thomas à Becket. © Elizabeth Nash.
Counden, Durham, St. James. © Bill Henderson.
Countersett, North Yorkshire, Friends Meeting House (interior view). NZ 9193 8794. © Kenneth Paver. Link which has has exterior photo and a useful history, from which we learn the dates of 1710 (built), 1778 (re-built), and that from 1872, for about a hundred years, the building was shared with the Primitive Methodists.
Countesthorpe, Leics.
Coupar Angus, Perth and Kinross. © Helen D'Ali.
Courteenhall, Nhants., St. Peter and St. Paul. SP 764 529. © Michael Bourne.
Courtown, Co. Wexford, a church in an old postcard dated 1909. From Reg Dosell's Collection.
Cove, Hampshire, St. John. © Ian Miller. Link.
Covehithe, Suffolk, St. Andrew (1672). Interior view. The font is from the old church. The present-day church was built in the 17th century, a minnow surrounded by the ruins of the medieval church. All © Simon Edwards (2012). Two further views - 1, 2, both © Simon Edwards (2012). Link. Grade I listed - link.
Coven, Staffordshire, the former Mission Church (1844-1857) on School Lane and Light Ash Lane. Subsequently used as a school, it is to be converted into housing. Another view. Both © Dennis Harper (2012). Coven Methodist Church was built as Wesleyan in 1839. Another view. Both © Dennis Harper (2011).
Coven Heath, Staffordshire, The Church on the Common. © Dennis Harper (2008). Since the photo was taken, the church has been converted to residential use - see property sales details here.
Coveney, Cambridgeshire, Wesleyan Chapel (1837) on Main Street. SK 488 820. © Richard Roberts (2014).
Covenham St. Bartholomew, Lincolnshire, St. Bartholomew. © Dave Hitchborne. Link.
Covenham St. Mary, Lincolnshire, St. Mary. © Dave Hitchborne. Link.
Covent Garden, Greater London, Corpus Christi (R.C.) on Maiden Lane. © Bill Henderson. Link. St. Paul. © Mark Summers. Another view, and the interior. Numerous plaques commemorate deceased actors. All © Peter Morgan (2016). Link. The former West Street Chapel has a long and varied history. Built in 1700 for French Huguenots. In 1743, the Wesley brothers took it over as a Methodist Chapel, the first such in London. In 1799 it became Free Episcopal (i.e. CoE), and was then successively Irish Anglican, Evangelical Anglican, a Chapel-of-Ease to St. Giles, and is now in commercial use. © Gervase N. E. Charmley. Link.
Coventry, WMids.
Coverham, North Yorkshire, a distant view of the remains of the  Premonstratensian Coverham Abbey (there is no public access). SE 106 863. Link. Holy Trinity, now in the care of the Churches Conservation Trust. Another view, and a monument. SE 103 863. Link. All © David Regan (2010).
Covington, Cambridgeshire, St. Margaret. Two interior views - 1, 2, the font, and the tympanum. All © Chris Stafford (2012). Grade II* listed.
Cow Honeybourne. Worcestershire, Gilbert Barlow advises as follows. "This is a most unusual church. Built in the 15th century but never consecrated and there is no dedication. Used as almshouses from the 16th to the 19th century. Rebuilt by W. J. Hopkins in 1861/62. Finally sold off in 1975 for conversion to 3 dwellings". © Tudorbarlow (Flickr).
Cowal, Argyll & Bute, the Kilfinan Parish Church. © N. Argyll Extracts.
Cowan Bridge, Lancashire, Methodist Church. © Steve Bulman.
Cowbit, Lincolnshire, St. Mary. Another view. Both © Marion Hall. Link. Grade I listed - link.
Cowbridge, Vale of Glamorgan, Holy Cross (CiW). Two interior views - 1, 2. St. Cadoc (R.C.). United Free Church. The inscription over the central window reads "RAMOTH 1828". Interior view.
© Gerard Charmley. The former Ebenezer Chapel (though you'd never guess it, as a shop front has been added at a later date). © Gerard Charmley. The rear of the building reveals a more pleasing view. Gerard advises that it was Wesleyan. © Gerard Charmley (2011). The former Sion Calvinistic Methodist Chapel (aka Old Limes Chapel), now flats. © Gerard Charmley (2011).
Cowdenbeath, Fife.
Cowes, IOW., the former West Hill Primitive Methodist Church (1889), now the Cowes Library and Maritime Museum. SZ 496 958. © Bill Henderson (2014).
Cowesby, North Yorkshire, St. Michael & All Angels. Another view. Both © Bill Henderson. Link.
Cowgate, Newcastle-Upon-Tyne, Tyne & Wear - see Newcastle-Upon-Tyne.
Cowgill, Cumbria, St. John the Evangelist (1838). SD 756 869. © Mrs. Janet Dalby. Another view, © Bill McKenzie (2011). Two further views - 1, 2, two interior view - 1, 2, the altar, and the attractive (presumably modern) font, all © Dennis Harper (2012). Link. Grade II listed - link.
Cowlam, East Riding of Yorkshire, St. Mary. © James Murray. Link.
Cowley, Gloucestershire, St. Mary. © Graeme Harvey.
Cowling, North Yorkshire, Holy Trinity. SD 967 431. © Stuart Mackrell.
Cox Bank, Cheshire, the former Primitive Methodist chapel (1861). © Sandy Calder.
Cowpen, Northumberland, St. Cuthbert (R.C.). © Bill Henderson.
Coxheath, Kent, Holy Trinity. © Ann Gould. Another view. © Bill McKenzie.
Cowshill, Co. Durham, St. Thomas. NY 855 406. © Martin Briscoe.
Cowthorpe, North Yorkshire, St. Michael, dates from the 15th century (consecrated 1458). Interior view. Both © David Regan. Another view, and the free-standing wooden Easter Sepulchre, both © Kenneth Paver. Link.
Coxhoe, Co. Durham, Sts. Joseph, Patrick and Cuthbert (R.C.). Two interior views - 1, 2. All © Mike Forbester. Link.
Coxley, Somerset, Christ Church. © Bill Henderson.
Coxwold, North Yorkshire, St. Michael. From an old postcard in Steve Bulman's Collection. A modern view. Interior view. Both © Alan Blacklock. Another view. © Bill McKenzie (2010).
Coychurch, Bridgend, St. Crallo. Interior view. Both © Gervase N. E. Charmley.
Coytrahen, Bridgend, former chapel. Can you advise the denomination? My thanks to Janet Gimber for advising that this was Goetre-hen Wesleyan Methodist Chapel. © Gervase N. E. Charmley.

Crackenthorpe, Cumbria, a small former chapel (tin tabernacle). This is probably the Primitive Methodist chapel listed in the 1940 index of Methodist Churches. From map evidence, it may have still been active in the early 1960's, but no other dates are easily discoverable. NY 655 226. © Heather Powell (2014).
Cracoe, North Yorkshire, the former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, now a private residence. It pre-dates the O.S. map of 1852. SD 978 601. © Richard Roberts (2017).
Cradley, West Midlands, St. Peter. SO 942 852. © Roy Graham. Two Gates Ragged School Chapel (1867). SO 943 844. © Paul E. Barnett (2014). Link.
Cradley Heath, West Midlands.
Cragg Vale, West Yorkshire, St. John the Baptist in the Wilderness (1839). SE 001 232. © Stuart Mackrell. Link.
Craghead, Durham, St. Thomas. NZ2150. Craghead Methodist Church. NZ2150. Both © Bill Henderson.
Craig, Angus, the Parish Church. © Derek Robertson.
Craig-y-Raca, Caerphilly. Marked on maps as a church, can you give it a name? © Gerard Charmley (2010).
Craigavad, Co. Down, Gospel Hall (1956).
J 442 809. © Gerard Close (2014).
Craigavole, Co. Derry, St. Mary (R.C.). C 855 099. © Gerard Close.
Craigavon, Co. Armagh, St. Saviour (CoI). J 052 561. © Gerard Close. Presbyterian Church. J 054 566. © Gerard Close (2010). The Brownlow Methodist Church. J 042 563. © Gerard Close (2011). St. Joseph (R.C.). J 059 570. © Gerard Close (2016).
Craigie Bank, Dundee (City), Dundee - see
Dundee.
Craigmillar, City of Edinburgh - see City of Edinburgh.
Craigmore, Co. Antrim, Presbyterian Church. J 059 919. © Gerard Close (2013).
Craignish, Argyll & Bute, parish church. © Martin Briscoe.
Craignure, Argyll & Bute (on Mull), Church of Scotland. © Bill McKenzie.
Craigrownie (nr. Kilcreggan), Argyll & Bute, the Parish Church. The Church Hall, formerly the United Pentecostal Church. Both © Martin Briscoe.
Crail, Fife, the Parish Church (CoS) on Marketgate. NO 614 079. © Susan Sinclair. The former St. David on St. Andrew's Road, now Crail Community Hall. © Jim Parker. Holy Trinity Roman Catholic Church on Westgate. © Jim Parker. Not much remains of Crail Priory, but a stretch of wall and a gable end on Nethergate is supposed to be part of the boundary wall and chapel, according to this source. © Jim Parker (2016).
Crailing, Borders, Ale and Teviot United Church (CoS). NT 682 250. © Bill McKenzie. Another view, © Bill Henderson (2014). Link.
Crakehall, North Yorkshire
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Crambe, North Yorkshire,
St. Michael. © James Murray. Another view, two interiors - 1, 2, and the handsome font, all © David Regan (2015). Link. Grade I listed.
Crambeck,
North Yorkshire, the former Methodist Chapel. © David Regan (2015).
Cramlington, Northumberland, St. Nicholas. © Bill Henderson.
Cramond, City of Edinburgh - see City of Edinburgh.
Cranagill, Co. Armagh, the Methodist Church of 1881. H 924 561. © Gerard Close (2016).
Cranborne, Dorset, St. Mary and St. Bartholomew. Another view. Interior view. A splendid wall-painting. Tregonwell window. All © Roger Hopkins. Link.
Cranbourne, Berkshire, St. Peter. © Barbara Barklem. SU 926721.
Cranbrook., Kent.
Cranfield, Bedfordshire, St. Peter & St. Paul. © Bill McKenzie. An old postcard view, showing the spire, since removed (when?). From Reg Dosell's Collection. Another old postcard, this one from Judy Flynn's Collection. Judy has told me that Pevsner mentions the "recessed lead spire" in the edition of 1968. Link
Cranfield, County Antrim, the ruined Catholic Church - the burial place of the Clotworthy family. © Jack Storey.
Cranford, Greater London, St. Dunstan. © Christopher Skottowe (1963). Link.
Cranford St. Andrew, Northamptonshire, St. Andrew. From an old postcard, Steve Bulman's Collection. Two modern views - 1, 2. © Michael John York. Link.
Cranford St. John, Northamptonshire, St. John the Baptist. © Robin Peel (2013). Grade II* listed.
Cranham, Gloucestershire, St. James the Great. From an old postcard in Reg Dosell's Collection. A modern view, © Graeme Harvey (2012). Link. Prinknash Abbey (R.C., Benedictine Monastery). The Chapel, dedicated to Our Lady and St. Peter. Interior view of the chapel. All © Graeme Harvey. Link.
Cranleigh, Surrey, Methodist Church. Map evidence implies the church was built after 1871. By 1896, a small Mission Hall stood on the site, and by 1915 it had been replaced by a "Meth. Church (Wes.)". This article, from 2004, mentions the churches recent centenary, so it must have been built in 1904. Another view. TQ 055 392.© Martin Richter (2012). Link.
Cranoe, Leicestershire, St. Michael. © George Weston.
Cransford, Suffolk, Christian Fellowship (Baptist). © Iris Maeers. Link.
Cranshaws, Borders, the Kirk, dating from 1899, though on the site of an earlier church. © Bill Henderson. Link.
Cranstoun Church (near Pathhead), Midlothian. © Bill Henderson.
Cranswick, East Riding of Yorkshire, Methodist Church. © Bill Henderson.
Crantock, Cornwall, St. Carantoc, from an old postcard in Steve Bulman's Collection. Two interior views, the Lady Chapel, and the font, both from Christopher Skottowe's Collection. A modern view, interior, and font, all © Dennis Harper (2007). Link. Grade I listed - link.
Cranwell, Lincolnshire, St. Andrew, on the RAF base. TF 033 499. © Steve Tapster. Another view, and an interior view, both © Alan Blacklock (2010). The following two churches are also on the base. St. Peter (R.C.) © Graeme Harvey. St. Michael and All Angels. From an old postcard in Jim Parker's Collection. Link (for all three).
Craster, Northumberland, St. Peter the Fisherman. NU 257 198. © Bill Henderson (2013). Link.
Crathie, Aberdeenshire, Church of Scotland. © Bill McKenzie. An old engraving (1800's). From Colin Waters' Collection. An old postcard view from Reg Dosell's Collection. Two further views - 1, 2, both © Alan Blacklock. Link.
Crathorne, North Yorkshire, All Saints. Another view. Link. Grade II* listed. St. Mary (R.C., 1777). Another view. Link. Grade II* listed. All © David Regan (2015).
Craven Arms, Shropshire, Methodist Church. SO 433 828. © Ken Taylor. St. Andrew's Community Church. SO 435 827. © Les Needham (2011).
Crawcrook, Tyne & Wear, The Robert Young Memorial Methodist Church. NZ 140 637. St. Agnes (R.C.). NZ 132 633. Both © Bill Henderson.
Crawley, Hampshire, St. Mary. © David Packman at http://www.hampshirecam.co.uk/main.html. Another view,
© Chris Kippin. Link. Grade II* listed.
Crawley, West Sussex, St. Michael & All Angels (currently closed). © Peter Morgan. St. John the Baptist. From an old postcard (franked 1904) in Steve Bulman's Collection. Link. Islamic Centre and Mosque on London Road, Langley Green. TQ 270 385. © Mehmood Naqshbandi, and reproduced from his website Muslims in Britain.
Crawshawbooth, Lancashire, Friends Meeting House. Interior view. SD 812 257. Both © Nigel Birch.
Cray, Perth & Kinross, the former United Free Church, now in private ownership. Another view. Both © Kevin Price (2012).
Crayford, Greater London.
Crayke, North Yorkshire,
St. Cuthbert. © Graham Pickles. Interior view, © Mike Forbester. Link. Grade II listed.
Crebilly, Co. Antrim, St. Patrick (R.C.). D 130 027. © Gerard Close.
Crediton, Devon.
Creech St. Michael, Somerset, St. Michael on Bull Street. ST 275 253. © Maggie Exon. Another view, three   interior views - 1, 2, 3, and an unusual feature in a churchyard - a set of stocks, all © Mike Berrell (2013). Link. Grade I listed. Zion Baptist Church on St. Michael Road. ST 273 257. © Mike Berrell (2013). Link.
Creed, Cornwall, St. Crida. SW 934 472. © Paul E. Barnett (2017). Link. Grade I listed.
Creeragh, Galway, Our Lady of the Wayside (R.C.).
© Len Brankin.
Creeting St. Mary, Suffolk, St. Mary. © Chris Emms (2009). Link.
Creeton, Lincolnshire, St. Peter on Church Lane. Two interior views - 1, 2. TF 015 199. All © Mike Berrell (2011). Link. Grade I listed - link.
Creetown, Dumfries & Galloway, Kirkmabreck Parish Church (CoS). Another view. Both © James Murray (2009).
Creggan, Co. Tyrone, St. Oliver Plunkett (R.C.). H 630 780. © Gerard Close.
Creich (near Fionnphort), Argyll & Bute, St. Ernan (CoS). © Bill McKenzie. Another view. © Peter Amsden (2009).
Creigiau, Cardiff, Church and Hall (CiW).
© Gerard Charmley (2011).
Cressage, Shropshire, Christ Church. © Gill Gaiser. Link.
Cressbrook, Derbyshire, St. John the Evangelist. SK 167 733. © Mike Berrell (2010). The former Trinity Methodist Chapel (1931), now in residential use. SK 169 731. © Mike Berrell (2010).
Cresselly, Pembrokeshire, former Primitive Methodist Chapel (1893), now in secular use. SN 070 063. © Mike Berrell.
Cressington, Merseyside, St. Mary. St. Austin (R.C.). Both © John Balaam (2012).
Cresswell, Derbyshire, St. Mary Magdalene. © David Regan (2011).
Cresswell, Northumberland, St. Bartholomew. NZ 290 933. © Bill Henderson (2012). Link. Grade II listed - link.
Cresswell, Staffordshire, St. Margaret (R.C.), on Cresswell Old Lane. SJ 979 394. © Mike Berrell.
Cresswell Quay, Pembrokeshire, Pisgah Baptist Chapel. Three interior views - 1, 2, and 3, showing the gallery, and a commemorative plate. SN 060 064. All © Mike Berrell.
Crewe, Cheshire.
Crewe Green, Cheshire, St. Michael and All Angels. Link. The former St. Andrew (Methodist, originally Wesleyan) has been converted into housing. Both © Gervase N. E. Charmley (2010).
Crewgreen, Powys, the former Bethel Primitive Methodist Chapel (1875), currently undergoing conversion. SJ 321 151. © Les Needham (2011).
Crewkerne, Som.
Crianlarich, Stirlingshire, Strathfillan Free Church. Strathfillan Parish Church. Both © Martin Briscoe.
Cribyn, Ceredigion, St. Silin. SN 523 511. © Mike Berrell (2012). Unitarian Chapel. SN 521 514. Both © Mike Berrell (2012).
Criccieth, Gwynedd.
Crich, Derbyshire.
Crich Carr and Whatstandwell, Derbyshire, the former Free Methodist Church, now derelict. Former Primitive Methodist Connexion. now a private residence. Both © James Murray.
Crick, Monmouthshire, St. Nyveyn's Chapel. On a C11 site, the building is C13, or post-medieval, according to source consulted. It was in agricultural use until the 1980's, when it was converted to residential use. © Janet Gimber (2015). The owner has posted a photo of the interior on flickr, looking towards where the altar would have been. Janet would also like noted her appreciation to the owner for the helpful reception she received on her visit.
Crick, Northamptonshire, St. Margaret of Antioch. SP 588 725. © Aidan McRae Thomson. Three additional views - 1, 2, 3, three interiors - 1, 2, 3, and the chancel, pulpit and the curious font, all © Dennis Harper (2015). Grade I listed. U.R.C. on Chapel Lane, built as Independent (Congregational) in 1820. Another view. SP 5909 7245. Both © Howard Richter (2014). Link. Grade II listed. The former Primitive Methodist Chapel (1868), converted to residential use. Active until at least 1940, for which date a marriage register is mentioned in the National Archive, the date of closure is currently uncertain. Map evidence suggests it was closed between 1965 and 1973, as it is shown as "Meth. Chap." on the former, but is unlabeled on the latter. Two additional views - 1, 2. SP 5892 7270. All © Howard Richter (2014).
Crickadarn, Powys, St. Mary (CoW). SO 089 423. © Simon Atkin. Link.
Cricket Malherbie, Somerset, St. Mary Magdalene. ST 361 115. © Julie Baker. Link.
Cricket St. Thomas, Somerset, St. Thomas, which was used in the TV series "To the Manor Born". Another view. ST 372 085. Both © Julie Baker. Link.
Crickhowell, Powys, St. Edmund. From an old undated postcard , collection of Mrs. Marion Allen. A very similar postcard view, but in B&W, from Reg Dosell's Collection. Link. Betharaba Baptist Chapel (1840), and Danycastell Presbyterian Church (1805), both © Gerard Charmley (2011).
Cricklade, Wiltshire, St. Sampson. Looking up into the tower, showing the stone vaulting, and the altar. Link. Grade I listed - link. St. Mary (R.C.). Link. Grade II* listed - link, which says this was originally the Anglican Parish Church. United Church. All © Simon Edwards (2012).
Cricklewood, Greater London, Mosque and Islamic Centre of Brent on Chichele Road and Howard Road. TQ 237 856. © Mehmood Naqshbandi, and reproduced from his website Muslims in Britain. Previously a church, Janet Gimber has advised that this was Cricklewood Congregational Church (1885), closed in 1980. It had a mission church on the Edgeware Road, 1913-33.
Crieff, Perth & Kinross.
Criftins (aka Dudleston Heath), Shropshire, St. Matthew. SJ 365 367. © Eirian Evans.
Crigglestone, West Yorkshire, Methodist Church, on High Street. © David Regan (2013). Link.
Crilly, County Tyrone, the Ballymagrane Presbyterian Church. © Jack Storey. St. George (CoI). H 697 496. © Gerard Close (2011).
Crimond, Aberdeenshire, Parish Church (1812, CoS) on Logie Avenue. © Jim Parker (2013). Link, which mentions that the clock has 61 minutes, though whether by accident or design it doesn't say. .
Croaghmore, Co. Antrim, Presbyterian Church (1829). D 004 402. © Gerard Close (2011).
Croachy, Highland, St. Paul (Episcopal). © John Mackie.
Croes-y-Parc, Vale of Glamorgan, Baptist Church.
© Gerard Charmley. Link.
Croft, Cheshire, Christ Church. SJ 639 933. © Bruce Read.
Croft, Herefordshire, St. Michael and All Angels (at Croft Castle). SO 450 653. © Bill McKenzie. Another view. © David Read. Two further views - 1, 2, two interior views - 1, 2, the splendid tomb of Sir Richard Croft and his wife, and a close-up, all © Steve Bulman (2011). Two further interior views - 1, 2, and the altar, all © Simon Edwards (2011). Grade I listed - link.
Croft, Leicestershire, St. Michael and All Angels. © Aidan McRae Thomson (2012). Link. Grade II listed - link.
Croft, Lincolnshire, All Saints (C). Another view. Both © David Regan (2016). Link. Grade I listed. The former Methodist Church, now in residential use. © David Regan (2016).
Croft-on-Tees, North Yorkshire, St. Peter. © Bill Henderson.
Crofthandy, Cornwall, Wesleyan Methodist Church (1844). SW 739 424. © Paul E. Barnett (2017).
Crofton, West Yorkshire, All Saints. © Bill Henderson.
Crofton Park, Greater London, St. Hilda (1908) on Brockley Road. © Gerard Doherty (2010). Link1. Link2.
Crofty, Swansea, Zoar Presbyterian Church (1884, re-built 1906). © Janet Gimber (2012).
Croglin, Cumbria, Dedicated to St. John the Baptist (1878). NY 575 473. The planned closure of this church was announced in May 2009. © Steve Bulman. Link.
Cromarty, Highland.
Cromdale, Highland, Church of Scotland (1812). NJ 075 285. © John Mackie.
Cromer, Norfolk.
Cromford, Derbyshire, St. Mary. From an old postcard (1904) in Tim Lomas's Collection. A modern view. © James Murray. Three interior views of this remarkable church - 1, 2, 3, all
© John Balaam (2010). Link. Former Chapel, now a garage. © James Murray. Methodist Church. © James Murray. The ruins of the Bridge Chapel. Two further views - 1, 2, all © David Regan (2011). Link. Former Primitive Methodist Chapel. The date-stone may read 1868. © Gerard Charmley (2011).
Cromhall, Gloucestershire, St. Andrew. © Phil Draper. Cromhall Chapel was built as Independent in 1813, later Congregational, and now Evangelical. © Janet Gimber (2016). Link.
Cromwell, Nottinghamshire, St. Giles. Another view, interior view, the altar, and the font. All © David Regan (2011). Grade I listed - link. Link.
Crondall, Hampshire, All Saints. SU 794 485.
© Chris Kippin. Link. Grade I listed.
Cronton, Merseyside, Holy Family (R.C.). SJ 497 884. Methodist Church. SJ 495 882. Both © Bruce Read.
Crook, Co. Durham,
Crook, Cumbria, St. Catherine, dates from 1882 or 1887, depending on the source consulted. SD 451 951. © Bill McKenzie. Two further views - 1, 2, both © Martin Richter (2011). Link1. Link2. Link3. The former Independent Chapel (1866), which now looks to be a private residence. Two further views - 1, 2. From Howard's study of old maps, it appears that it ceased to be used as a chapel sometime between 1964 and 1987. SD 462 952. All © Howard Richter (2011). My appreciation to Kevin Price, who has advised that the Independent Chapel was Crook Congregational Chapel, which closed in 1966. It was latterly linked to Zion U.R.C. (Congregational) Church in Kendal.
Crookham, Northumberland, Presbyterian Church. NT 916 381. © Bill Henderson (2013). Link.
Croome d'Abitot, Worcestershire, St. Mary Magdalene, now in the care of the Churches Conservation Trust. SO 886 450. © Roy Graham. Two further views - 1, 2, two interior views - 1, 2, the pulpit (with tester), and font, all © Dennis Harper (2012). Another interior view, © Peter Morgan. Link. Grade I listed - link.
Cropredy, Oxfordshire, dedicated to St. Mary. The tower. Both © Steve Bulman. SP 469 468. Methodist Chapel, built as Wesleyan in 1881. Another view. SP 468 468. At least two buildings had been licensed for worship before the chapel was built - the earlier in 1819 - see link. According to local information, the building licensed in 1822 still stands adjacent to the present chapel, and services were held in the upper rooms. Both © Martin Richter (2011). Link.
Cropthorne, Worcestershire, St. Michael. Another view, an interior view, and the altar. The church has some fine monuments - 1, 2. All © Peter Morgan (2012). Link. Grade I listed - link.
Cropton, North Yorkshire, St. Gregory. © David Regan (2016). Link. Grade II listed. The former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel. © David Regan (2012).
Cropwell Bishop, Nottinghamshire, St. Giles. Another view, two interior views - 1, 2, window, and a splendid carved corbel. All © Chris Stafford (2012). Another view, the font, and a column with a distinct lean, all © David Regan (2012). Link. Grade I listed. Methodist Church, built as Wesleyan in 1842. © Steve Bulman (2015).
Crosby, Cumbria, former Primitive Methodist Church, now a private residence. NY 073 382. © Philip Kapp.
Crosby Garrett, Cumbria, St. Andrew. © Peter Amsden. Previously in the "Unknown" section, thanks to Peter Marshall for identifying this church. Link. United Church (Methodist and Baptist) was originally Wesleyan, and dates from 1882. Another view. The Baptists from Mossgill moved here after the closure of their chapel (below). NY 729 095. Both © Martin Richter (2011). The former Mossgill Baptist Chapel, now a holiday cottage, which closed in 1992 (see this link). NY 729 095. © Martin Richter (2011). Link1. Link2.
Crosby-on-Eden, Cumbria, St. John Evangelist. © Steve Bulman. NY 448 598. Link.
Crosby Ravensworth, Cumbria, St. Lawrence. © Steve Bulman. NY 622 148. Link. Methodist Church, originally Wesleyan (1875). Another view. NY 620 144. Both © Martin Richter (2011).
Croscombe, Somerset, St. Mary the Virgin. © Mark Turbott. Another view. Interior view, showing the rood screen and pulpit. ST 591 445. Both © Kevin Gordon.
Crosland Moor, Huddersfield, West Yorkshire - see Huddersfield.
Cross Hands, Carmarthenshire, St. Anne (1909). Bryn Seion Evangelical Church. Tabor Baptist Chapel (founded 1872). All © Peter Morgan (2011).
Cross Heath, Newcastle-under-Lyme, Staffordshire - see Newcastle-under-Lyme.
Cross Inn, Ceredigion, Holy Trinity on Pentre Isaf. SN 392 572. The former Penuel Chapel (1872) on Pentre Isaf, now in residential use, and its handsome date-stone. SN 390 573. All © Mike Berrell (2011).
Cross O' Th' Hands, Derbyshire, Methodist Church on Intakes Lane. Built as Primitive Methodist in 1831, the entrance porch is an addition of 1909. SK 282 463. © Richard Roberts (2014).
Cross Roads, West Yorkshire, St. James. SE 044 376. © David Regan (2011). LinkMethodist Church (1878). SE 042 376. © Stuart Mackrell. The former Primitive Methodist Chapel, now in commercial use. © David Regan (2011). Former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, now in commercial use. © David Regan (2011).
Crosscanonby, Cumbria. This ancient church is dedicated to St. John Evangelist. In the church and churchyard are some Anglo-Danish fragments, including this hogsback tombstone.
Crosscrake, Cumbria, St. Thomas. SD 523 870. © Mrs. Janet Dalby. Link.
Crossdernott, Co. Tyrone, All Saints. © Jack Storey.
Crossgar, Co. Derry, Presbyterian Church. C 843 256. © Gerard Close.
Crossgar, County Down, Christ Church (Church of Ireland) at Kilmore. © Jack Storey.
Crossgates, Leeds, West Yorkshire - see Leeds.
Crossgates, Powys, St. Padarn. © Dorothy Turley.
Crosshouse, East Ayrshire, Parish Church (CoS, opened 1882) on Kilmarnock Road. Another view. NS 394 384. Link1. Link2. Link3. Gospel Hall on Annandale Gardens. Another view. NS 3952 3829. All © Martin Richter (2013).
Crosskeys, Caerphilly, St. Catherine (CiW). Gerard advises that there wasn't a notice board, so is this church closed? Hope Baptist Chapel (1880). Crosskeys Methodist Church. Crosskeys Pentecostal Church. All © Gerard Charmley (2011).
Crosskirk, Highland, Chapel of St. Mary. ND 025 701. © Bill Henderson. Another view, © Howard Richter (2013). Howard advises that this shows on the 1873 OS map as "St. Mary's Chapel (Remains of)". Link.
Crossmichael, Dumfries & Galloway, Parish Church. Another view. Both © James Murray (2009).
Crossmolina, County Mayo, St. Mary (CoI). © Bill Henderson.
Crosthwaite (near Kendal), Cumbria, St. Mary. Another view, and an interior view. SD 445 911. All © Martin Richter (2011). Link. Grade II listed - link.

Crosthwaite (Keswick), Cumbria, St. Kentigern. © Les Strong. NY 257 243. An old postcard view from Reg Dosell's Collection. And an interior view, also from an old postcard, this one from Steve Bulman's Collection. Link. Grade B listed - link.
Crossens, Southport, Merseyside - see Southport.
Croston, Lancashire, St. Michael and All Angels. © John Balaam (2012). Grade II* listed - link.
Croughton, Nhants., dedicated to All Saints. SP 546 336. © Steve Bulman. SP 546 336.
Crowan, Cornwall, St. Crewenna.
SW 645 345. © Paul E. Barnett (2014). Link.
Crowcombe, Somerset, Church of the Holy Ghost. Another view, two interior views - 1, 2, and a list of vicars dating back to 1297. ST 141 367. All © Mike Berrell (2013). Link. Grade I listed.
Crowden, Derbyshire, St. James. Interior view (taken through a rain spotted window). SK 079 995. Both © Mike Berrell (2012).
Crowell, Oxfordshire, The Nativity of The Virgin Mary. Les explains that an article in the church claims that the dedication is an interesting example of the original Catholic dedication surviving to the present day. However, see the link which describes the dedication as just St. Mary the Virgin. Another view. SU 744 997. Both © Les Needham. Link.
Crowhurst, East Sussex, St. George. From an old postcard in Steve Bulman's Collection. Link1. Link2.
Crowland, Lincolnshire, the ruins of Croyland Abbey; the parish church occupies part of the abbey buildings. From an old postcard in Steve Bulman's Collection. A modern view. © Dave Hitchborne. And from Colin Waters' Collection, an old engraving. Another view, and interior view of the church, both © Marion Hall. Another external, and two interior views - 1, 2, all © Mike Berrell (2015). Link. Grade I listed.
Crowlas, Cornwall, Methodist Church on Chapel Street, built as Wesleyan. SW 515 333. The former Methodist Church stands directly opposite. The (very) former Primitive Methodist Chapel (1858) at SW 521 342. Cemetery Chapel (1838) at SW 516 335. Link. All © Paul E. Barnett (2014).
Crowle, Lincolnshire, St. Oswald. © Dave Hitchborne. Another view. © James Murray. Baptist Church. © James Murray. St. Norbert (R.C.). Interior view. Both © Mike Forbester. Link.
Crowle, Worcestershire, St. John the Baptist. Grade II* listed - link. Gospel Hall. Both © Peter Morgan (2012).
Crowmarsh Gifford, Oxfordshire, St. Mary Magdalen. SU 614 892. © Brian J. Curtis.
Crown East, Worcestershire, St. Thomas. SO 813 547. © Christopher Skottowe(2013). Link1. Link2.
Crownhill, Plymouth, Devon - see Plymouth.
Crownthorpe, Norfolk, St. James. Converted to private use. © Steve Bulman (2005).
Crowthorne, Berkshire, St. John the Baptist. SU 837 639. © Roy Graham. Old postcard views of the exterior and interior, both from old postcards in Judy Flynn's Collection. Judy advises that the small apse showing on the first postcard has been replaced with a large square extension. Link. Wellington College Chapel (card dated 1907). Interior view (dated 1920). SU 832 634. Both from old postcards in Judy Flynn's collection.
Crowton, Cheshire, Christ Church. SJ 580 746. © Bruce Read.
Croxall, Staffordshire, St. John the Baptist. © Bruce Read.
Croxby, Lincolnshire, All Saints. Another view. Two interior views - 1, 2, and the Norman font. Evidently a bigger church in the past - notice the filled-in arcades in both exterior views, showing that it must have had aisles. All © David Regan (2013). Grade II* listed.
Croxdale, Durham, St. Bartholomew. © Bill Henderson. The private chapel (R.C.) at Croxdale Hall, added to the Hall in 1807. Interior view. Both © Alan Blacklock. Also in the grounds of the hall stands a C12 chapel, now disused. Interior view. Both © Alan Blacklock. Link.
Croxden, Staffordshire, St. Giles (1886). SK 065 399. The remains of Croxden Abbey, consecrated in 1250, and dissolved in 1538. SK 066 396. Link. Both © Mike Berrell.
Croxley Green, Herts.
Croxton, Lincolnshire, St. John the Evangelist. Another view. Both © David Regan (2012). Link. Grade II* Listed - link.
Croxton, Nofolk, the ruins of St. John the Baptist, on Back Lane. Another view. TF 983 309. Both © Richard Roberts (2015). Link1. Link2. Grade II listed.
Croxton, Staffordshire, St. Paul. © Peter Morgan. Link.
Croxton Kerrial, Leicestershire, St. Botolph and St. John the Baptist. © George Weston. Link.
Croy, Highland, Church of Scotland (1764). The former Free Church closed in 2002, and is awaiting conversion into a house. Both © John Mackie.
Croyde, Devon, St. Mary Magdalene, on St. Mary's Road. © Chris Emms (2011). Link.
Croyden, Cambridgeshire, All Saints. © Bill McKenzie.
Croydon, Greater London, Baptist Church on Brighton Road. Link. Paga Outreach Ministries on Brighton Road. Link. St. Augustine on Churchill Road. Link. Grade II* listed. All © Peter Morgan (2015).
Cruden Bay, Aberdeenshire, St. James the Less (1842-3, Scottish Episcopal) on Chapel Hill. Linked with St, Mary in Ellon. Link1. Link2. Congregational Church on Main Street, also known as Port Errol Congregational Church, was opened in 1884. Link1. Link2, which suggests it may be closed. Both © Jim Parker (2013).
Crudgington, Shrops., St. Mary. © Peter Morgan.
Crudwell, Wiltshire, All Saints. © Graeme Harvey. An old postcard view, from Reg Dosell's Collection.
Crumlin, Caerphilly, the former St. Mary (CiW). Bethel Baptist Church. The former Hillside Methodist Church. Rock Gospel Hall. All © Gerard Charmley (2011).
Crumlin, Co. Antrim, St. John (CoI, 1903). J 148 760. Presbyterian Church (1839). J 150 762. Mater Dei (R.C., 1973). J 148 756. All © Gerard Close (2016).
Crumpsall, Manchester, Greater Manchester.
Crundale, Kent, St. Mary. TR 085 486. © Dave Westrap. Link1. Link2.
Crundale, Pembrokeshire, Bethlehem Baptist Church. SM 975 183. © Mike Berrell (2012). Link.
Crymych, Pembrokeshire, Addoldy Antioch Capel. Formerly a chapel hall, it's now used for worship. The original chapel can be seen in the background, and here too. It's currently (2009) being converted for secular use. SN 181 336. Seion Capel-y-Bedyddyyr (Baptist, 1900). SN 183 338. All © Mike Berrell (2009).
Crystal Palace, Greater London, the now-demolished St. Aubyn (Congregational). From an old postcard (franked 1917), Bulman Collection. Greek Orthodox Community of Saint Constantine and Saint Helen on Westow Street, Upper Norwood, was originally St. Andrew (Presbyterian). The present parish was founded in 1967, and as St. Andrew was consecrated before 1888. Another view. Both © Gerard Doherty (2011). Link.

Cubbington, Warks.
Cubert, Cornwall, St. Cubert. SW 785 577. Link. Grade I listed. Wesleyan Chapel. SW 785 579. Both © Paul E. Barnett (2015).
Cublington, Buckinghamshire, St. Nicholas. © Bill McKenzie.
Cuckfield, WSus., Holy Trinity. TQ 303 244. ©
Kevin Gordon. Link.
Cuckney, Nottinghamshire, St. Mary. The church board describes the church as St. Mary, Norton Cuckney, that being the parish. SK 566 713. © Bill Henderson (2012). Another view, three interior views - 1, 2, 3, piscina, Norman door, and a charming bird carving from the end of the moulding above the doorway. all © Steve Bulman (2010). Link. Grade I listed - link.
Cuddesdon, Oxfordshire, All Saints.  Interior view. Both © Aidan McRae Thomson.
Cuddington, Cheshire, Methodist Church. SJ 596 724. © Bruce Read.
Cudworth, SYorks.
Culbone, Somerset, St. Culbone. Has been claimed as the smallest parish church in England. © Simon Kidner.
Culcheth, Cheshire.
Culgaith, Cumbria, dedicated to All Saints. NY 611 297. © Les Strong. Link. The former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel (1830) has an unusually ornate date-stone. Closed in 2013, it is currently subject to a planning application for conversion to residential use. This related document has an interior photograph. Two additional views - 1, 2. NY 609 297. All © Howard Richter (2014). Grade II listed.
Cullen, Moray, the Old Kirk, on Old Church Road. © Rev. Wilma Johnston. Another view, © Alex Parker. Link.
Cullercoats, Tyne and Wear.
Cullivoe, Yell, Shetland, St. Olaf (Church of Scotland, 1830 or 1832). Another view. Both © Tim Flitcroft (2012). Grade C listed - link.
Cullingworth, West Yorkshire, St. John the Evangelist. Former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, converted into flats. Both © David Regan (2011). The former Baptist Church (1837), © Gerard Charmley (2014). Grade II listed.
Cullipool, Argyll & Bute (on Luing), St. Peter (Episcopalian). A photo of a photo, taken (with permission) by Alan Blacklock at a small museum on Seil Island.
Culross, Fife, the remains of Culross Abbey, on Kirk Street. An additional view. Link. Culross Abbey Church, on Kirk Street. Another view and an interior view. Link1. Link2. Culross Free Church (1847) on Low Causeway. Link. All © Jim Parker (2012).
Culswick, Mainland, Shetland, Methodist Church. Another view, and an interior view. All © Tim Flitcroft (2012).
Cullybackey, Co. Antrim, Craigs Parish Church (Church of Ireland). The Cunningham Memorial Presbyterian Church. Both © Jack Storey. Reformed Presbyterian Church. D 058 055. © Gerard Close (2010). Faith Mission Hall (1928). D 053 057. © Gerard Close (2010).
Culmington, Shropshire, All Saints. Pevsner explains the bizarre spire as resulting from it never having been completed in stone, and the present ghastly structure erected in 1967-8. Two further views - 1 (note the herring-bone masonry), 2, and two interior views - 1, 2, and the font. This link has an un-dated illustration of the church with its spire as it was before the modern addition. SO 493 819. All © Steve Bulman (2011). Grade II* listed - link.
Culmstock, Devon, All Saints. Near the top of the tower can be seen a yew tree, known to be at least 200 years old. ST 103 135. © Andrew Ross. Another view, two interiors - 1, 2, and the view through a squint. The list of vicars commences in "the late A. D. 1100's" with Roger. All © Mike Berrell (2014). Link1. Link2. Grade II* listed. Methodist Church. ST 101 138. © Andrew Ross. Another view. It was built as Wesleyan in 1888 (date-stone). Both © Mike Berrell (2014).
Cumdivock, Cumbria, St. John the Evangelist. © Steve Bulman.
Cumlodden, Argyll & Bute. © Martin Briscoe.
Cummersdale, Cumbria, St. James. NY 389 532. © Steve Bulman.
Cummertrees, D&G. © Bill Henderson.
Cumnock, East Ayrshire.
Cumnor, Oxfordshire, St. Michael. Interior view. SP 461 041. Both © Aidan McRae Thomson. Old postcard views of the exterior and interior, both from Judy Flynn's Collection. Link. Grade I listed.
Cumrew, Cumbria,  St. Mary. NY 551 503. © Steve Bulman.  Link.
Cumwhinton, Cumbria. NY 448 525. © Steve Bulman.
Cumwhitton, Cumbria, St. Mary; of ancient foundation, with, according to Pevsner, some re-used Saxon fragments, otherwise largely Norman. © Steve Bulman.
Cundall, North Yorkshire, St. Mary and All Saints. © David Regan (2011). Link1. Link2. Grade II listed- link.
Cunningsburgh, Mainland, Shetland, Church of Scotland. United Free Church (1844). The former Mail Kirk. Link. All © Tim Flitcroft (2012).
Cupar, Fife.
Curbar, Derbyshire, All Saints. Another view. SK 247 744. Both © Steve Bulman. Another view, and two interior views - 1, 2, all © Mike Berrell (2010). Link. Wesleyan Reform Church on Chapel Walk. SK 251 746. © Mike Berrell (2010).
Curdworth, Warwickshire, St. Nicholas and St. Peter. Interior view. Both © Aidan McRae Thomson. Link.
Curglasson, Co. Tyrone, The Mission Hall (dates from 1933). J 861 715. © Gerard Close.
Curdridge, Hampshire, St. Peter. SU 528 138.
© Chris Kippin. Link. Grade II listed.
Curran, County Derry, Presbyterian Church (1936). H 890 951. © Gerard Close (2016).
Curridge, Berkshire, the former Curridge Mission Church, now part of a school. Another view. Both © Victor Markham.
Curry, Co. Sligo, Immaculate Conception (R.C.). G 492 061. © Gerard Close (2016). Link.
Curry Mallet, Somerset, All Saints on Lower Street. Another view, and two interiors - 1, 2. This church was previously dedicated to St. James - the building grade I listing calls it such. Mike has found an on-line source of 1875 calling it St. James, and another of 1939 as All Saints. Can you narrow down the date any more closely?  ST 334 209. All © Mike Berrell (2014). Link.
Curry Rivel, Somerset, St. Andrew. Another view. Both © Jenny Ludgate. Two interior views - 1, 2; the list of rectors and vicars goes back to 1257. All © Mike Berrell (2013). Link. Grade I listed. U.R.C., built as Congregational in 1840. © Mike Berrell (2013). Link. Grade II listed.
Curtisden Green, Kent, Providence Chapel. TQ 739 404. © Geoff Watt.
Cury, Cornwall, St. Corantine. © Bill McKenzie. Link.
Cushendall, County Antrim, the Layd Church, founded in 1316. The graveyard is still in use. © Jack Storey, Monaghan Genealogy Specialist. Link1. Link2. St. Mary (R.C., 1836). D 233 275. © Alastair Cameron. Presbyterian Church (1900). D 240 280. © Gerard Close (2014). Layde Parish Church (CoI). D 233 275. © Gerard Close (2014).
Cutthorpe, Derbyshire, the former Primitive Methodist Chapel. © David Regan (2012).
Cuxton, Kent, St. Michael and All Angels. TQ 709 665. Link. Community Church (U.R.C.). TQ 709 666. Link. Both © Geoff Watt.
Cuxwold, Lincolnshire, St. Nicholas. Another view, interior view and font. All © David Regan (2010). Link. Grade II* listed - link.

Cwm, Denbighshire, St. Mael and St. Sulien. SJ 055 395. © Mike Berrell. Link.
Cwm-Cou, Ceredigion, Congregational Chapel (1921). SN 293 419. © Mike Berrell (2010).
Cwm Fynfal (near Ffestiniog), Gwynedd, the former Capel Babell (1904), now converted to residential use. SH 718 412. © Martin Richter (2014). It was preceded by a smaller Calvinistic Methodist Chapel of 1861 at circa SH 7207 4115. The overgrown site, is shown here (external website), on the left-hand side of the road. More details (and photos of masonry) here.
Cwm Head, Shropshire, St. Michael. Another view. Two interior views - 1, 2 - and the font. SO 424 886. All © John Bowdler.
Cwm-miles, Carmarthenshire, Chapel. © Ruth Roberts.
Cwm Penmachno, Gwynedd, St. Tudclud. Salem Chapel. Capel Shilo Wesleyan Chapel (1864). All © Colin Waters Collection.
Cwm Pennant, Gwynedd, St. Michael (CiW). Two additional views - 1, 2. SH 5271 4486. © Howard Richter (2013). Link (has interior views). Capel Pennant (1870, Calvinistic Methodist). It was for sale in 2012. Two additional views - 1, 2. SH 531 454. Link. All © Howard Richter (2012).
Cwm Prysor,
Gwynedd, Capel Cwm Prysor (Calvinistic Methodist, 1900). Two additional views - 1, 2. SH 737 362. Link. All © Howard Richter (2012).
Cwmafan, Neath Port Talbot.
Cwmaman, Rhondda Cynon Taff, Seion Welsh Baptist Chapel, and another view. The former Bethel Primitive Methodist Church (now flats). Moriahaman Welsh Independent Chapel. The former Trinity English Baptist Church, now a private residence. All © Gerard Charmley (2010).
Cwmbach, Carmarthenshire, Capel-Y-Graig. The date-stone had dates 1756, 1774, 1808, 1828, and 1928. SN 254 259. Both © Mike Berrell (2012).
Cwmbach, Rhondda Cynon Taff, St. Mary Magdalene (CiW). Link. Cornerstone Church (Pentecostal), formerly Ebenezer Calvinistic Methodist Chapel. Link. The former Penuel Baptist Church, now a private residence. All © Gerard Charmley.
Cwmbach Llechryd, Powys, St. John the Divine. SO 028 521. © Bryan Price. Link.
Cwmbran, Torfaen.
Cwmbwrla, Swansea (City), Swansea - see Swansea
Cwmcarn, Caerphilly, St. John the Evangelist (1934). The former St. Winefride (R.C.). Zion Baptist Church was started in 1912, but never finished- only the school buildings were built. The former Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses, closed 2003. All © Gerard Charmley (2011).
Cwmduad, Carmarthenshire, Bedyddwyr Chapel. © Graeme Harvey.
Cwmdwyfran,  Carmarthenshire, Capel - can you name it? SN 411 248. © Mike Berrell (2009). Janet Gimber has advised that this was (a little unimaginatively) Capel Cwm-dwyfran, and Calvinistic Methodist since it was built in the late 18th century. Oddly, just one old map labels it "Presb".
Cwmfelin, Bridgend, Calfaria Welsh Baptist Chapel (1877). © Gervase N. E. Charmley.
Cwmfelinfach, Caerphilly, Bethany Calvinistic Methodist Chapel. © Gerard Charmley (2011).
Cwmffrwd, Carmarthenshire, St. Anne. Seventh-day Adventist Church (formerly Bethel church, 1832). Both © Peter Morgan (2011).
Cwmgors, Pembrokeshire, St. Mary (Llanfair Parish Church). Interior view. SN 705 108. Capel Seion, now closed. SN 704 106. Y Tabernacl (Independent). Judging by the condition of the windows, this church is closed. Can you confirm? All © Mike Berrell (2009).
Cwmparc, Rhondda Cynon Taff, St. George (CiW). Bethel Baptist Church (1873). Park Calvinistic Methodist Church. All © Gervase N. E. Charmley.
Cwmsarddu, Carmarthenshire, Baptist Church. © Gerard Charmley (2011).
Cwmstradllyn, Gwynedd, the former Capel Saron (Calvinistic Methodist, 1888). Two additional views - 1, 2. SH 554 442. All © Howard Richter (2012). Link.
Cwmsychbant, Cerdigion, Unitarian Chapel. SN 480 462. © Mike Berrell. Another view.
© Gerard Charmley (2011).
Cwmtirmynach, Gwynedd, Calvinistic Methodist Chapel. © Gervase N. E. Charmley (2011).
Cwmyoy, Monmouthshire, St. Martin. Much of the church building's history has been a battle between sinking foundations and the ingenuity of masons and architects. Two additional views - 1, 2, and an interior. All ©
Janet Gimber (2014). Link. Grade I listed.
Cwn-y-glo, Gwynedd. © Bill McKenzie.

Cyffig, Carmarthenshire, Cyffig Church. SN 208 139. © Peter Morgan (2011). Link.
Cymmer, Neath Port Talbot, the former St. John (CiW), now a private residence. Bethania Calvinistic Methodist Church. Gilgal Community Church. The derelict Hebron Independent Church (1903). St. Joseph (R.C.). All © Gerard Charmley (2010).
Cymmer, Porth, Rhondda Cynon Taff - see Porth.
Cyncoed, Cardiff (City), Cardiff - see Cardiff (City).
Cynghordy, Carmarthenshire, St. Mary, the Parish Church. Calvinistic Methodist Chapel. Independent Chapel. All © Gerard Charmley (2011).
Cynonville, Neath Port Talbot, the former Baptist Tabernacle, about to be demolished. Another view. Both © Gerard Charmley (2010).
Cynwyd, Denbighshire, St. John the Evangelist (CiW). Interior view, and the altar and window. Link. Bethel Chapel (1896). Another view. Bethania Chapel (1876). Carmel Chapel (1889). All © Peter Morgan (2013).
Cynwyl Elfed, Carmarthenshire, the Parish Church (CIW). Bethel Chapel (Presbyterian). Both
© Gerard Charmley. Another view. SN 372 277. © Mike Berrell (2009).

 

 
 

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