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St James the Great's Church
Church
Morpeth
St James is a fine Victorian church in Morpeth. It’s open every day, so come and see it. ...
St Helen's Church
Church
Low Fell
A beautiful Victorian church built in 1876 with awesome stained glass windows, a fantastic roof and a great historic organ. ...
St Andrew's in Newcastle
Church
Newcastle-upon-Tyne
An oasis of peace in a truly wonderful historic church hidden from the hustle and bustle of the city centre. ...
Beautiful Glass Font Bowl
Church
Durham
Our Church warmly welcomes you to meet with God and share in worship and fellowship with us. ...
Holy Trinity at Horsley
Church
Horsley
Built in 1844 by 2nd Lord Redesdale - architects J & B Green. Important estate church with strong links to the Mitford family. ...
Outside St Lawrences Church in Warkworth
Church
Warkworth
Medieval church with Saxon foundation (737 AD), remarkable vaulted chancel. Also Hermitage nearby. ...
St Peter's at Monkwearmouth
Church
Sunderland
The monastery and original home of the Venerable Bede, monk and scholar, AD 674. ...
St Thomas the Apostles Church
Church
Stanhope
Historic St Thomas’ Church and fossil tree is in Stanhope, an area of outstanding natural beauty. ...
Tunstall Chapel
Church
Durham
Durham Castle has two chapels. The Norman Chapel is older than the cathedral, with unusual carvings. ...
Exterior of St George's in Jesmond
Church
Jesmond
St. George’s, Jesmond, a Grade I listed nineteenth century church is ‘one of the outstanding ecclesiastical buildings in the north of England’. ...
Porch in bloom
Church
Whickham
St. Mary's has been at the heart of the community for many centuries and is an important historic treasure of Tyneside. ...
Exterior of All Saints, Lanchester
Church
Lanchester
Founded 1147. Roman pillars and altar. Mediaeval glass & misericords. Squinch arch. Locomotive pioneer. Mice galore and much more! ...
Arial View of Hexham Abbey
Church
Hexham
Situated in the heart of the market town of Hexham, Hexham Abbey is one of the most-visited free attractions in the North East and has a new visitor centre, an interactive exhibition, cafe, and shop. ...
St Mary Magdalene in the snow
Church
Whalton
Largely medieval church displaying the evolution of a well-developed 13thC church from a Norman core. Carvings in stonework and a turret clock dated 1796. ...
Exterior of St James & St Basil
Art and Architecture
Fenham
J’s and B’s is a beautiful Arts and Crafts church built in 1931, open daily for prayer and reflection.  ...
St Chad's
Church
Bensham
This hidden treasure was built as a cathedral for working people. Very beautiful, with a lovely atmosphere. ...
St Michael & All Angels Church
Church
Houghton-le-Spring
This stunning ancient parish church is a place of revelation, hope and encounter where you will find 1000 years of Christianity and 4000 years of human history. ...
Interior of St John the Baptist's Church
Church
Egglescliffe
Our church is 800 years old. It has some interesting woodwork which is 350 years old. ...
Church
Church
Ellingham
Ellingham Parish Church is situated in the woodland East of the village of Ellingham – you may just see the tower above the trees as you approach. ...
Sunderland Minster
Church
Sunderland
A beautiful serene example of an ancient church surviving in a modern age with something for everyone to enjoy and nice friendly staff who are more than happy to help. ...
St Andrew's Roker
Church
Roker
Consecrated 1907, known as the Arts & Crafts Cathedral of the North.  Contains Tapestry by Burne Jones, Carpet by William Morris, Stained glass windows by Paine. The altar can be seen from al ...
Autumn Scene of St Cuthberts
Church
Greenhead
Originally designed by John Dobson, a church with an interesting spire and Kempe Glass. ...
Exterior of St Oswald's
Church
Durham
A 12th-century church with fine stained glass, woodwork, sculpture and bells, and a beautiful and interesting churchyard. ...
St Mary the Virgin at Shincliffe
Church
Durham
St Mary’s is a charming mid-nineteenth century village church on the outskirts of Durham. ...
Lantern Tower
Church
Newcastle-upon-Tyne
A medieval church building with a spectacular lantern tower, located in the heart of the city, with lots to discover inside. ...
Beautiful Day at St Michael's
Church
Ford
A church in a magnificent setting with a fine view of the Cheviot and Flodden hill from the porch. The building dates from the 13th century and has always been closely associated with Ford Castle and ...
Newbiggin Methodist Chapel
Church
Barnard Castle
Believed to be the oldest Methodist chapel in the world in continuous use, whose history is inextricably linked with the rise and decline of lead mining in Teesdale. ...
Sunny Day at Ingram
Church
Alnwick
A beautiful church set in a large rural churchyard, an ideal place for quiet meditation. ...
Church
North Shields
A rare church built on the orders of Cromwell’s Commissioners during the Commonwealth which has grown and developed over 350 years to be a stunning example of Georgian and Victorian architecture ...
All Saints at Ryal
Church
Ryal
A simple but beautiful little country church, with some ancient Norman gravestones embedded in the wall. ...
St Andrew's RC Church
Church
Newcastle-upon-Tyne
St Andrew’s (Worswick Street) is a historic Roman Catholic church in the heart of the city centre. It is a fine example of mid-Victorian Roman Catholic church architecture. ...
High House Chapel and Museum
Church
Bishop Auckland
High House Chapel is the oldest purpose built Methodist Chapel in continuous use since it was built in 1760. ...
St Mungo's Church
Church
Hexham
Beautiful 13th century church with a long history of worship by local families through the centuries. ...
Exterior of St Edmunds
Church
Gateshead
St Edmund's is a rare example of a 13th century pilgrim's chapel and is also the home of a new gallery, Sanctuary Artspace. ...
St Mary's Church and Churchyard at Holy Island
Church
Holy Island
The oldest building on Holy Island, the only building that retains work from the Saxon period. It is very likely that St. Aidan worshipped on this site from arriving in 635 AD. ...
St Nicholas Churchyard
Church
Gosforth
A beautiful church, over 200 years old but on a very old site dating back to Saxon times. ...
St Mary the Virgin Church in Ovingham
Church
Ovingham
Late Saxon West Tower, 12th Century porch, original long lancet windows at east end. ...
Our Lady at Delaval
Church
Seaton Delaval
A small, serene, historic church, which is more than 900 years old and is still in use regularly for Sunday services and weddings etc. ...
St John the Baptist, Newcastle
Church
Newcastle-upon-Tyne
St John's is one of the oldest churches in the city. It is open daily and welcomes visitors from all over the world. ...
A view of Rothbury
Church
Rothbury
An ancient and interesting Church, full of historical information, a quite, peaceful  sanctuary. ...
St Mary the Virgin at Longframlington
Church
Longframlington
St Mary’s dating from 1190, has a fine Norman chancel arch, as well as good Victorian stained glass, and a carved altar and font cover from the early 20th century.  It is at the centre of a ...
Whitworth Parish Church
Church
Spennymoor
First mentioned in 1183 in the Bolden Book. Rebuilt in the 19th C. Two 13th C stone effigies of a knight in armour and his lady. Birthplace and burial place of Bonnie Bobby Shafto. ...
Holy Cross
Church
Haltwhistle
Beautiful ancient church with fabulous stained glass. ...
St Thomas' from the East
Church
Bishop Auckland
Church was built 1915, stone built with Westmorland slate roof, Bellcote with one bell.  Nave and chancel, one aisle.  Nelson organ. ...
Listed 18th Century Tombstone
Church
Lowick
Visitors, sometime from as far away as Australia and the USA have described the church in the visitors book as ‘impressive’ and ‘lovely; they admire the particular peaceful quality o ...
All Saints Exterior
Church
Cleadon
Fine examples of stained glass by two artists and artwork on the walls from one of these and another artist. ...
St Peters Church in Bywell
Church
Bywell
See the tower through the gates. Come inside the Norman building. See lancet windows, stone carvings, a village school room, and fire damaged walls outside. ...
St Gregorys Church in Kirknewton
Church
Kirknewton
'More to this church than meets the eye' (Pevsner). A site of Christian worship since the 11th century or earlier, the chancel and south transept date from the late 15th century. ...

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