Kensington’s Carmelite church, a bright interior within a fortress appearance
This is a church with august architects, as Sir Giles Gilbert Scott designed the current church to replace a war-damaged church designed by Edward, the eldest son of the Patron Saint of the Gothic Revival, Augustus Welby Northmore Pugin.
London’s Churches: All Saints Church, Kingston upon Thames
Earlier this year, King Charles III was crowned in Westminster Abbey, but had history turned a different path, he could well have ended up in a cathedral in Kingston-upon-Thames.
Finally seeing inside Windsor’s Clewer Church
On the outskirts of Windsor town centre is an ancient church that for over 400 years, owned the land that Windsor Castle stood on, and the King had to pay rent for it.
A whiff of nostalgia: St. Paul’s Cathedral welcomes the public to the newly restored Triforium library
After five years of work, one of London's best-preserved 18th-century interiors is reopening to the public.
St. Paul’s Bow Common – Discovering one of the UK’s best post-war churches
One of the UK's best post-war buildings can be found in east London, although it might be fair to say that you might not realise how good it is if you only look at the outside.
Chance to climb a church tower
There’s a chance next month to climb up a church tower that’s not usually open to the public.
Visiting the church of St Edward the Confessor in Romford
This is the main church in Romford town centre, with a tall spire dominating the area, but it's also an accidental church that was nearly considerably smaller.
Go on a tour of a church crypt in Greenwich
If you fancy an evening spent wandering the brick-lined vaults of the dead, then there's a chance this summer with tours of the crypt underneath St Alfege church in Greenwich town centre.
There’s an English church with the Sistine Chapel painted onto its ceiling
Down on the south coast is a church with a remarkable and from the outside, totally unexpected interior -- the only known handpainted replica of the Sistine Chapel.
Visit St Mary Magdalene’s church, Boveney
If you want to visit a postcard-pretty church in a small patch of a rural landscape, then St Mary Magdalene's, Boveney is the church for you.
A visit to St Bartholomew’s Church, Horley
This is a circa 14th-century church on a site that's seen Christian worship for at least 800 years, and where it was once rural, these days it's on a main road to Gatwick Airport.
Chance to climb a church tower
There's a chance next weekend to climb up a church tower that's not usually open to the public.
Climb a Harrow church tower and walk on its roof
This coming Saturday will offer you a chance to walk on the roof of a church and see the exceptional views across North London.
Visit St Barts the Great in its 900th anniversary year
The Priory Church of St Bartholomew the Great, a magnificently gothic-looking church in central London is marking its 900th anniversary this year -- which makes it a good year to pay a visit.
The 500th anniversary of St Margaret’s Westminster
This coming Sunday marks the 500th anniversary of a church that despite having thousands of people pass by, hardly any go inside.
Inside Mayfair’s Grosvenor Chapel
Just under 300 years ago, a new church opened on land granted to four undertakers on a peppercorn rent, and it's still there, standing proud in modern Mayfair.
A chance to climb up an Islington church tower
If you have a good head for heights, there's now a chance to climb up to the top of a church steeple and walk around the narrow space at the top.
See inside Hackney’s St Peter de Beauvoir church
This is a local church with a tall clock tower that can be seen poking above the skyline for some distance in this Victorian estate of middle-class homes known as the Benyon Estate.
A visit to St Nicholas Church, Chiswick
If you're on a walk along the north bank of the Thames in Chiswick, you'll be rewarded by a short detour to the ancient St Nicholas church that also played a starring role in Quatermass and Pit.
The modernist St Saviour’s Church, Warwick Avenue
Opposite Warwick Avenue tube station is a striking 50-year old modernist church that replaced an older Victorian gothic church on the site in the 1970s.
The unexpected interior of Our Lady of the Rosary, Marylebone
Not far from Marylebone can be found an austere looking church building, that has a surprisingly light and open interior.
Inside the church of St George’s, Hanover Square
This is a circa 300-year old church built as part of a project to build fifty new churches around London but was built before the parish it would serve had been created.
The 800-year old church of St Martin-in-the-Fields
The grand church on the corner of Trafalgar Square, St Martin-in-the-Fields is 800 years old this year. Sort of.
The church of St Botolph without Aldgate and Holy Trinity Minories
On the eastern boundary of the City of London is a church dedicated to the patron saint of boundaries.