Talk:Places of Worship: Coventry
Coventry's "twin spires" - the cathedral and Holy Trinity - viewed from the northwest (submitted by Michael).
The British History Online website gives information on many places of worship in Coventry:
- The City of Coventry: Churches built before 1800
- The City of Coventry: Churches built since 1800
- The City of Coventry: Roman Catholicism
- The City of Coventry: Protestant Non-Conformity - Introduction
- The City of Coventry: Protestant Non-Conformity - Places of Worship
- The City of Coventry: Other Religious Groups
An asterisk (*) by the name of a church indicates a reference to it on one of the above pages.
I have the original (~1MB) versions of all my Coventry photos - PM me your email address if you'd like one. I can also take interior photos or look for graves (if you have a request for a search in either Canley Crematorium or London Road Cemetery, some idea of the whereabouts would be useful as both are fairly large) - Michael
- Christ Church - the current church in Cheylesmore was constructed to replace that in the city centre, of which only the spire remains (now housing a cafe). More information can be found on its website, A Brief History of Christ Church, Coventry.
- Holy Trinity* - interior photo (submitted by Michael):
- St John the Baptist, Fleet Street* - a detailed history of the church is available on its website, History of St John's.
- St Michael's Cathedral* - further information about the history of the cathedral is available on its website, Coventry Cathedral - History, its Wikipedia entry Coventry Cathedral and the Historic Coventry site.
- Queen's Road Baptist Church - a detailed history of the church is available on its website, Queen's Road Baptist Church - Our History.
Further photo (submitted by Michael):
- Site of All Saints' Church (opened 1869, demolished 1971). Submitted by Michael: