Places of worship within 40 miles of SD540380

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 Anglican

  1. + Wigan Road, Church of England, Euxton, Church of England
  2. + Sheephouse Lane, Church of England, Rivington, Church of England
  3. + All Hallows, Bispham, Church of England
  4. + All Saints, Childwall, Church of England
  5. + All Saints, Hindley, Church of England
  6. + All Saints, Newton Heath, Church of England
  7. + All Saints, Rainford, Church of England
  8. + All Saints, Satterthwaite, Church of England
  9. + All Saints, Wigan, Church of England
  10. + Blessed Virgin Mary, Hambleton, Church of England
  11. + Chapel Lane, Church of England, Coppull
  12. + Christ Church, Croft with Southworth, Church of England
  13. + Christ Church, Todmorden, Church of England
  14. + Church Lane, Church of England, Newchurch in Culcheth
  15. + Holy Trinity (formerly St. Michael), Bolton le Sands, Church of England
  16. + Holy Trinity, Colton, Church of England
  17. + Holy Trinity, Seathwaite, Church of England
  18. + Holy Trinity, Ulverston, Church of England
  19. + Our Lady and St Nicholas, Liverpool, Church of England
  20. + Sacred Trinity, Salford, Church of England
  21. + St Aidan, Billinge, Church of England
  22. + St Andrew, Coniston, Church of England
  23. + St Andrew, Leyland, Church of England
  24. + St Andrew, Maghull, Church of England
  25. + St Ann, Tottington, Church of England
  26. + St Anne, Copp, Church of England
  27. + St Anne, Turton, Church of England
  28. + St Anne, Woodplumpton, Church of England
  29. + St Bartholomew (originally St Laurence), Great Harwood, Church of England
  30. + St Bartholomew, Chipping, Church of England
  31. + St Bartholomew, Colne, Church of England
  32. + St Chad, Claughton, Church of England
  33. + St Chad, Poulton le Fylde, Church of England
  34. + St Chad, Rochdale, Church of England
  35. + St Clement, Chorlton cum Hardy, Church of England
  36. + St Cuthbert, Aldingham, Church of England
  37. + St Cuthbert, Halsall, Church of England
  38. + St Cuthbert, Kirkby Ireleth, Church of England
  39. + St Cuthbert, Lytham, Church of England
  40. + St Cuthbert, North Meols, Church of England
  41. + St Cuthbert, Over Kellet, Church of England
  42. + St Elphin, Warrington, Church of England
  43. + St Helen, Churchtown, Church of England
  44. + St Helen, Hollinfare, Church of England
  45. + St Helen, Sefton, Church of England
  46. + St Helen, St Helens, Church of England
  47. + St James (formerly St Thomas), Gorton, Church of England
  48. + St James formerly St Mary, Altham, Church of England
  49. + St James the Less, Tatham, Church of England
  50. + St James, Birch in Rusholme, Church of England
  51. + St James, Brindle, Church of England
  52. + St James, Church Kirk, Church of England
  53. + St James, Didsbury, Church of England
  54. + St James, Haslingden, Church of England
  55. + St James, Manchester, Church of England
  56. + St James, Oldham, Church of England
  57. + St James, Over Darwen, Church of England
  58. + St James, Stalmine, Church of England
  59. + St John the Baptist, Blawith, Church of England
  60. + St John the Baptist, Broughton, Church of England
  61. + St John the Baptist, Pilling, Church of England
  62. + St John the Baptist, Tunstall, Church of England
  63. + St John the Divine, Holme in Cliviger, Church of England
  64. + St John the Evangelist, Bacup, Church of England
  65. + St John the Evangelist, Gressingham, Church of England
  66. + St John the Evangelist, Woodland, Church of England
  67. + St John, Preston, Church of England
  68. + St Katharine, Blackrod, Church of England
  69. + St Laurence, Chorley, Church of England
  70. + St Lawrence originally St James, Denton, Church of England
  71. + St Leonard, Downham, Church of England
  72. + St Leonard, Middleton, Church of England
  73. + St Leonard, Old Langho, Church of England
  74. + St Leonard, Padiham, Church of England
  75. + St Leonard, Walton-le-Dale, Church of England
  76. + St Luke (formerly St Wilfrid), Farnworth, Church of England
  77. + St Luke, Crosby, Church of England
  78. + St Luke, Heywood, Church of England
  79. + St Luke, Lowick, Church of England
  80. + St Luke, Lowton, Church of England
  81. + St Luke, Torver, Church of England
  82. + St Margaret of Antioch, Hollinwood, Church of England
  83. + St Margaret, Hornby, Church of England
  84. + St Mary (Cathedral), Blackburn, Church of England
  85. + St Mary (the Priory), Lancaster, Church of England
  86. + St Mary Magdalene, Broughton in Furness, Church of England
  87. + St Mary Magdalene, Clitheroe, Church of England
  88. + St Mary and All Saints, Whalley, Church of England
  89. + St Mary and St Bartholomew, Radcliffe, Church of England
  90. + St Mary and St Michael, Cartmel, Church of England
  91. + St Mary the Virgin and St Michael, Urswick, Church of England
  92. + St Mary the Virgin, Bury, Church of England
  93. + St Mary the Virgin, Deane, Church of England
  94. + St Mary the Virgin, Eccles, Church of England
  95. + St Mary the Virgin, Eccleston, Church of England
  96. + St Mary the Virgin, Goosnargh, Church of England
  97. + St Mary the Virgin, Leigh, Church of England
  98. + St Mary the Virgin, Rufford, Church of England
  99. + St Mary the Virgin, West Derby, Church of England
  100. + St Mary, Dalton-in-Furness, Church of England
  101. + St Mary, Egton cum Newland, Church of England
  102. + St Mary, Great Sankey, Church of England
  103. + St Mary, Hale, Church of England
  104. + St Mary, Manchester, Church of England
  105. + St Mary, Newchurch in Pendle, Church of England
  106. + St Mary, Oldham, Church of England
  107. + St Mary, Penwortham, Church of England
  108. + St Mary, Prescot, Church of England
  109. + St Mary, Prestwich, Church of England
  110. + St Mary, St Denys and St George (Cathedral), Manchester, Church of England
  111. + St Mary, Todmorden, Church of England
  112. + St Mary, Ulverston, Church of England
  113. + St Mary, Walton-on-the-Hill, Church of England
  114. + St Matthew, Stretford, Church of England
  115. + St Michael and All Angels, Altcar, Church of England
  116. + St Michael and All Angels, Ashton under Lyne, Church of England
  117. + St Michael and All Angels, Burtonwood, Church of England
  118. + St Michael and All Angels, Croston, Church of England
  119. + St Michael and All Angels, Pennington, Church of England
  120. + St Michael the Archangel, Whittington, Church of England
  121. + St Michael, Aughton, Church of England
  122. + St Michael, Cockerham, Church of England
  123. + St Michael, Flixton, Church of England
  124. + St Michael, Huyton, Church of England
  125. + St Michael, Kirkham, Church of England
  126. + St Michael, St Michaels-on-Wyre, Church of England
  127. + St Nicholas, Newchurch in Rossendale, Church of England
  128. + St Oswald (formerly Holy Trinity), Warton, Church of England
  129. + St Oswald, Winwick, Church of England
  130. + St Paul, Caton, Church of England
  131. + St Paul, Rusland, Church of England
  132. + St Peter and St Paul, Ormskirk, Church of England
  133. + St Peter, Ashton under Lyne, Church of England
  134. + St Peter, Blackley, Church of England
  135. + St Peter, Bolton, Church of England
  136. + St Peter, Burnley, Church of England
  137. + St Peter, Finsthwaite, Church of England
  138. + St Peter, Formby, Church of England
  139. + St Peter, Heysham, Church of England
  140. + St Peter, Ireleth with Askam, Church of England
  141. + St Stephen, Tockholes, Church of England
  142. + St Thomas the Apostle, Heaton Chapel, Church of England
  143. + St Thomas the Martyr, Upholland, Church of England
  144. + St Thomas, Ashton in Makerfield, Church of England
  145. + St Thomas, Melling in Halsall, Church of England
  146. + St Wilfrid formerly St Peter, Melling in Lonsdale, Church of England
  147. + St Wilfrid, Halton, Church of England
  148. + St Wilfrid, Ribchester, Church of England
  149. + St Wilfrid, Standish, Church of England
  150. + St.Peter, Newton in Makerfield, Church of England
  151. + The Good Shepherd, Tatham Fell, Church of England

Key to map icons

In the following notes for convenience the term 'church' is used to refer all places of worship and cemeteries. It is not appropriate in a minority of cases, but there is no word that adequately covers them all..

Colour

Churches are grouped according to denomination, e.g. all the types of Methodism are grouped together. Each group has its own colour.

Shape

marker The icons used for churches for which we have an exact location have a teardrop shape.
marker If we only have an approximate location (usually within a street), a square icon is used.
marker If we only know it is in a town or place, but for which we haven't yet found even an approximate location, an icon with jagged edges is used. The marker for these is placed at a random location within a 1 Km square on the map.

If you would like to notify us of a more accurate church location, just drag the appropriate marker to the new location and then click the notify link which will then appear. Zooming and using the satellite image may help with this. In the list of churches below the map, those with an approximate location are marked with a +, and those where we don't even have an approximate location are marked with a *. Click the + or * to show a map containing just that icon.

Numbers

The number in the icon is provided to make it easier to find individual churches using the list of place names under the map. Denominations are grouped according to type and each type has its own range of numbers. Some icons may not have numbers yet, as they have only been created for the lower numbers so far. You can also see the name of the place by holding the mouse over the relevant icon. If you click on the name of a church in the list below the map, the map will pan so that the one you have selected is in the middle of the map.

Further information about a church

Click the icon for an individual church and an information box will appear. This contains links to further information about it, and links for further searches centred on that church.