ⓘ Churches in England ..


Gustav Adolf Church, Liverpool

The Gustav Adolf Church or the Scandinavian Seamens Church is located in Park Lane, Liverpool, Merseyside, England. It consists of a church, built between 1883-1884, and an attached ministers house, and provides a centre for the Liverpool International Nordic Community. The combined church and ministers house is designated by English Heritage as a Grade II* listed building.


ⓘ Churches in England

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  • sjomanskyrkan is located in Park Lane, Liverpool, Merseyside, England It consists of a church built between 1883 - 1884, and an attached minister s house
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  • The Church of St Martin is an old Church of England church in Canterbury, England It is best known as having the longest continuous history as a parish
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St Denys Church, Sleaford

St Denys Church, Sleaford

St Denys Church, Sleaford is a medieval church located in Sleaford, Lincolnshire, England. The oldest parts of the present building are the tower and spire. The spire stands 144 feet tall. A window tracery is dated to about the late 13th century. The Gothic nave, aisles and north transept were built in the 14th century. The church is a Grade I listed building, a term given to "buildings of exceptional interest".