- Mottram In Longdendale: St. Michael (Church of England). The ancient parish church for the township of Newton.
- Newton in Mottram: St. Mary (Church of England). Built in 1839 as a chapel to Mottram in Longdendale: St. Michael, becoming the district church for Newton in 1840.
- Godley cum Newton Green: St. John the Baptist (Church of England). The district church for part of Newton from 1847.
- Newton Flowery Field: St. Stephen (Church of England). Founded in 1889 as a chapel to Hyde: St. George, becoming a district church for part of Newton in 1891.
- Hattersley: St. Barnabas (Church of England). The district church for part of Newton from 1966.
- Newton, Methodist Chapel (Primitive), Rosemount. Registers of marriages 1877-1922 are at Manchester Central Library.
- Newton, Trinity Methodist Chapel (New Connexion), Talbot Road. Registers of marriages 1896-1969 are at Manchester Central Library.
- Newton, Methodist Chapel (Wesleyan), Commercial Street. Registers of marriages 1904-47 are at Manchester Central Library.
- Newton, Methodist Chapel (Free), Ashton Road. Registers of baptisms 1856-1978 and marriages 1935-1978 are at Manchester Central Library.
- Newton, Undenominational Church. Built in 1878.
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- 1923 October 1 — Abolished and incorporated into Hyde (869 acres, pop. 7715 in 1921)
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