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Churches & Cathedrals in Staffordshire

Heritage sites also including abbeys, religious monuments in Staffordshire...

Staffordshire Cathedrals, Historic Churches, Abbeys

Lichfield, Staffordshire
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Croxden Abbey

Off A50, three miles north west of Uttoxeter

Founded in 1176 by Bertram de Verdun for monks of the Cistercian Order. Parts of the 13th Century Church still remain.

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The Parish Church of St. Modwen

Market Place, Burton-upon-Trent
Tel: 01283 536235     E-mail:

St. Modwen's Church is generally acknowledged to be one of the finest examples of Palladian type Gothic architecture in the country and stands on a site used for Christian worship for over one thousand years and where Wulfric Spot's Abbey, a building that for 500 years enjoyed a colourful and distinguished existence, stood. A new church was built in 1726 and the visitor can see a sixteenth century coffer and a font which dates from 1662.

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The Priory Church of St. Mary The Virgin

Tutbury, Nr Burton-upon-Trent

Built in the late eleventh century by Henry de Ferrers. The Church reflects the importance of Tutbury in Norman times. The west front with its great door, is set in a series of six receding arches and a square label.

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St. Chad's Church

Hunter Street, Burton-upon-Trent, DE14 2SS
Tel: 01283 564457     Web:

Betjemen called it "a cathedral in a mean street.." G F Bodley's last parish church, truly a remarkably splendid example of Edwardian architecture and well worth a visit. St. Chad's is possibly the finest single building in the town, sadly hidden away but worth seeking out.

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The Church of Holy Angels

Hoar Cross, Nr Burton-upon-Trent    

Known as the 'Cathedral of the Midlands', the church was designed by George Frederick Bodley and built in 1872-6 by Mrs Meynall-Ingram as a memorial to her husband, Hugo Francis Meynall-Ingram, who died in 1871. It is of red sandstone construction with a central embattled tower and richly furnished.

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St John's Hospital & Chapel

St. John Street, Lichfield, Staffordshire, WS13 6PB
Tel: 01543 251884    Fax: 01543 418062

The Hospital, a place of hospitality and now a home to elderly people, is one of the finest 15th century brick buildings in the country. The magnificent stained glass window in the ancient chapel, built in 1135, was designed by John Piper, famous for the east window at Coventry Cathedral.

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Emmanuel Christian Centre

Netherstowe Lane, Lichfield, Staffordshire, WS13 6AY
Tel: 01543 254596     E-mail:    

Emmanuel Christian Centre has been in the heart of the city of Lichfield for over 40 years now, and we aim to be an integral part of our local community, reflecting the grace and love of Jesus to everyone we meet, and to each other. On visiting Emmanuel you will find a group of people from all walks of life who have an exciting and meaningful faith in God. Our Sunday morning worship is joyful and full of life and the children meet in their own high energy 'Megamix'. During the week our focus is Life Groups, a more intimate environment for growing as Christians, supporting and encouraging one another and sharing the love of God.

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Wade Street Church

Wade Street, Lichfield, Staffordshire, WS13 6HL
Tel: 01543 255861     E-mail:    

Wade Street Church is a growing local church based in the centre of Lichfield. All kinds of people meet there regularly to worship God, encourage one another, help meet the needs of the community, and to tell other people about the fact that Jesus Christ is alive today and making a difference in the world. We are drawn from all Christian traditions (and none), but find a sense of unity in our worship of and witness to the Lord Jesus Christ. Sunday worship is a lively affair and designed to equip worshippers to serve God in their various environments during the week, and there are other activities during the week which enable us to reach out into the local community.

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Lichfield Methodist Church

Tamworth Street, Lichfield, Staffordshire, WS13 6JJ
Tel: 01543 256333

Please contact the Church for further information.

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Staffordshire Historic Churches Trust


Information on historic churches in or around the area of Leek.

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