Manchester Church Buildings, Photos, Northwest England Religious Designs, Architects, Images

Manchester Church Buildings Images

Ecclesiastical Architecture in northwest England, UK Built Environment Information

post updated 27 Feb 2021 ; 15 Jun 2006

Manchester Churches

Manchester building photos © Adrian Welch 2006:

Manchester Cathedral
Date built: 1940
Manchester Cathedral
photograph © Adrian Welch

6 Jan 2016
Manchester Cathedral Architecture Competition Winner
Design: Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios architects

FCBS wins the design competition for the renewal of Manchester Cathedral and expansion of its facilities.

Entance to Manchester Cathedral:
Entance to Manchester Cathedral, England
photo : Wikimedia Commons ; Date: 10 March 2015, Author: Rept0n1x

The project will create new offices, retail, storage and toilet facilities within the Grade I-listed building and include public access to the cathedral’s 40 metre-high tower. Development of this historic building will help it to become a more recognisable symbol within Manchester, creating a medieval tourist and cultural quarter for the city:

Manchester Cathedral Design Competition

Castlefield church
Castlefield church Castlefield church
photo s© Adrian Welch

First Church of Christ the Scientist, Daisy Bank Road, Victoria Park, south Manchester
First Church of Christ the Scientist
Scanned photo by architect Adrian Welch 1990
Manchester Church

Other key Mancunian Churches, no images:

Holy Name of Jesus, Chorlton-on-Medlock, south of city centre
Date built: 1926
Roman Catholic, in the university area, on Oxford Road

St Paul Didsbury Methodist Church, south of the city
Date built: 1961

Levenshulme United Reform Church, south of the city
Date built: 1888

St Marks Church Levenshulme, south of the city
Date built: 1908
Church of England

Church of the Holy Trinity, Rusholme, south of the city
Date built: 1850
Church of England

St Chrysostoms, Victoria Park, south of the city
Date built: 1877
Church of England

Christ Church, Hulme / Moss Side
Date built: 1904
Church of England

All Saints, Newton Heath
Church of England

St Wilfrid and St Ann, Newton Heath
Church of England, redundant building

St Wilfrid’s, Northenden
Church of England

Other examples of Manchester Religious Architecture welcome


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Lightbox, MediaCityUK, Salford, (adjacent to Manchester), north West England, UK
Design: AHR
Lightbox Tower Mediacityuk Manchester
image courtesy of architects
Lightbox Tower MediaCityUK
The residential development consists of 237 private for sale apartments, including a mix of studio, one, two and three bedrooms, boasting generous balconies that take full advantage of the waterfront views overlooking the Manchester Ship Canal, Old Trafford Stadium and close to the BBC and Coronation Street studios.

Opening of NHS Nightingale Northwest Manchester
Design: BDP
NHS Nightingale Northwest Manchester interior
image courtesy of architects office
NHS Nightingale Northwest Manchester
Officially known as NHS Nightingale Hospital Northwest it is equipped to receive up to 750 coronavirus patients from across the region who do not need intensive care but still require treatment. The hospital has been functioning since 13 April. This releases crucial critical care beds in existing hospitals.

Manchester United building

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Chips, New Islington
Design: Alsop Architects
Chips Manchester
photograph : Christian Richters
Chips Manchester

Buildings / images for the Manchester Church Buildings page welcome