- Prestbury: St. Peter (Church of England). The ancient parish church for the township of Sutton.
- Sutton: St. George (Church of England). Built in 1822 as an independent chapel, becoming a chapel to Prestbury: St. Peter in 1828, and the district church for Sutton in 1835. Closed in 1997.
- Sutton: St. James (Church of England). Built in 1840 as a chapel to St. George, becoming a district church for part of Sutton in 1860.
- Sutton: St. Barnabas (Church of England). A chapel to St. George, founded by 1938.
- Sutton, Methodist Chapel, Hollin Lane (Wesleyan). Built in 1828.
- Sutton, Methodist (Brunswick) Chapel (Wesleyan), Bridge Street/Mill Lane. Built in 1824, closed in 1986. Records of baptisms 1828-1966, marriages 1861-1983 and burials 1845-1959 are at the Cheshire Record Office.
- Sutton, Methodist (Bourne) Chapel, Byron Street. Built in 1905(?), closed in 1960. Records of baptisms 1919-1959 and marriages 1906-1960 are at the Cheshire Record Office.
- Langley, Methodist Chapel (Wesleyan). Built in 1858.
- Sutton Lane Ends, Methodist Chapel (New Connexion).
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- 1894 September 30 — Lost the part in Macclesfield Municipal Borough to Macclesfield (pop. 4887 in 1901)
- 1936 April 1 — Lost part to Macclesfield (21 acres, pop. 22 in 1931)
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