The Churches of Britain and Ireland
Great Malvern, Worcestershire
The Priory Church of St. Mary & St. Michael. From an old postcard in Steve Bulman's Collection. Another postcard view, this one from John Bowdler's Collection. A modern view, © Peter Morgan, and another © Alan Hopkins. Another view, © Christopher Skottowe (1963).
Baptist Church - taken from an unusual angle because the church is hemmed in by buildings and trees. © Peter Morgan.
Christ Church, Great Malvern. © Peter Morgan.
Christian Science Church. © Peter Morgan.
Crematorium Church at Malvern Wells. © Peter Morgan.
The former Emmanuel Chapel (1874) on Wells Road. The original church here was Countess of Huntingdon's Connexion (1827). The present building appears to have been Non-Conformist, and later Evangelical, and is now used at shops. The Grade II listing suggests that some of the lower fabric of the present building may have been part of the original chapel. © Peter Morgan.
Evangelical Church. © Peter Morgan.
Holly Mount U.R.C. © Peter Morgan.
Holy Trinity at North Malvern. © Peter Morgan.
Malvern College Church. Another College Church (can you name it?). Both © Peter Morgan. Pete Allen has advised that the Malvern College Church is more usually referred to as the chapel, and that the second college church is in fact St. Edmund's Hall, a former Catholic Church (presumably dedicated to St. Edmund, but maybe not - can you confirm?), which was bought by the college in 1997 and refurbished to serve as an arts and music centre (open to the public), with a VIth form centre occupying the former crypt.
Methodist Church. © Peter Morgan.
Methodist Church at Malvern Link. © Peter Morgan.
Pentecostal Church. © Peter Morgan.
St. James at West Malvern. © Peter Morgan.
St. Joseph. © Peter Morgan.
St. Mary. © Peter Morgan.
St. Peter at Malvern Wells (now flats). © Peter Morgan.
St. Wulstan (R.C.) at Malvern Wells. © Peter Morgan.
U.R.C. at Malvern Link. © Peter Morgan.
Wesleyan Hall at North Malvern. © Peter Morgan.
17 February 2018
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