Plymouth on Wikipedia.
Churches at Crownhill,
Devonport, Mutley, Peverell, Plympton,
St. Budeaux, Whitleigh.
Baptist Church on Catherine
Street. SX 479 542. © James Murray.
© Paul E. Barnett (2015).
Cathedral Church of St. Mary
and St. Boniface (R.C.). Another view.
SX 471 548. Both © James Murray. And another, © Paul E. Barnett (2014).
Charles' Church, destroyed
by bombing in 1941. Despite efforts to have the remains demolished, it was
instead dedicated to the civilian dead of the war - one service a year is held
here in commemoration. The style of building erected
behind it leaves much to be desired though! SX 482 546. © Graeme Harvey.
Another view, © James
Murray. James advises that there are rumours that it may be re-roofed.
Another view, © Paul E.
Barnett (2017). Link.
Christ Church (CoE, Baptist,
R.C., Methodist and U.R.C.!) at Estover. SX 512 587. © James Murray.
Christ the King (Catholic
Student Chaplaincy), on Armada Way. SX 477 542.
© Andrew Ross.
Another view. © James Murray.
And another, © Alan Blacklock.
Church of the Holy Cross and St.
Teresa (R.C.). SX 485 546. © Graeme Harvey.
Emmanuel Church at Compton
Gifford/Mannamead. SX 487 564. © James Murray.
Ford Park Cemetery has two cemetery chapels
2. SX 477 559. Both ©
Paul E. Barnett (2017).
Holy Cross (R.C.) on
Beaumont Road. Another view.
SX 485 546. Both © Paul E. Barnett (2017).
Holy Family (R.C.) at
Beacon Park. SX 472 572. © James Murray.
Islamic Centre of Plymouth &
Cornwall on North East Road. SX 479 552. © Paul E. Barnett (2014).
Methodist Central Hall. SX
479 547. © Andrew Ross. Another
© Paul E. Barnett (2015).
Morice Baptist Church at Ham.
SX 462 574. © James Murray.
North Plymouth Community
Church at Estover - "The Children's Church", above the door. SX
513 599. © James Murray.
Plymouth Revival Prayer Centre
on Union Street. SX 466 544. © Paul E. Barnett (2017).
St. Aidan at Ernesettle.
Interior views, 1,
2. SX 453 601. All
© James Murray.
St. Andrew on Abbey Place. SX 479 544.
© Andrew Ross. Another view.
© James Murray. An old postcard view,
Steve Bulman's Collection. Interior
view. © James Murray. The stained glass is by
John Piper, who famously
created the baptistery window at Coventry Cathedral.
Grade I listed. The Church Hall is on Catherine Street, and could be
mistaken for a church. The Living Stones Baptist Church (link)
meet here. © Paul E. Barnett (2015).
Grade II listed.
St. Barnabas, on St. Barnabas
Terrace. SX 466 551. © Andrew Ross. Another view, ©
Paul E. Barnett (2014).
St. Bartholomew the Apostle
at Milehouse. The church was built in the 1950's on the site (bombed in WWII) of
the boyhood home of Robert Falcon Scott "of the Antarctic". SX 468
563. © James Murray.
St. John the Evangelist
(1855) on Exeter Street and St. John's Street. SX 487 544. © Paul E. Barnett
St. Jude on Tothill Avenue. SX 488 547. © James Murray.
St. Luke, now used as
offices, and for storage for a library. SX 482 548. © James Murray. Judging by the window
design, this must be another
view of the same church. © Paul E. Barnett (2015).
SX 475 571. © Paul E. Barnett (2015).
St. Mary at Laira. SX 504
559. © James
St. Matthias. SX 483 553. Link. © Andrew Ross.
St. Pancras at Pennycross.
SX 4721 5786. © James Murray.
Another view, © Carole Sage.
St. Peter on Wyndham Square.
Restored in the 1950's (was bombed in WWII) it has recently been refurbished.
Another view. SX 468 547. Both © James
Murray. This building
adjoins St. Peter, advises Paul. Can you say whether it is part of St. Peter, or
a separate church? © Paul E. Barnett (2014).
Janet Gimber's researches suggest that this was a school, apparently closed
Former church, presumably
St. Peter (see shadow of
word on gable end), now derelict. SX 470 547. © Paul E.
St. Peter at
Honicknowle is now a community centre. James thinks it used to be R.C. - can you
confirm? SX 480 591. © James Murray. Confirmed as R.C., it is now
Brake Farm Community Resource Centre, advises Janet Gimber.
St. Thomas the Apostle at
Keyham. Interior view.
The original church has been demolished, the new building having been erected on
the site of the vicarage's garage. The vicarage itself has been converted into
the church hall. SX 454 566. © James Murray.
Salvation Army on Armada Way.
SX 477 547. © Andrew Ross. Another view, © Paul E. Barnett (2014).
Seventh-day Adventist Church on
North Road East. SX 479
552. © Andrew Ross. Link.
The former Sherwell Church, now
used for University lectures. The congregation now uses what used to be the church hall for services. SX 481
551. See "Mutley Plain" on this Link.
Both © Andrew Ross.
Unitarian Church, with St.
Andrew in the background. Also visible is Plymouth Synagogue (SX 478 543, link),
the yellowish building behind the red car. SX 478 543. © James
Vineyard Church on
Kinterbury Street. SX 481 546. © Paul E. Barnett (2016).
Church of the Ascension.
Another view. SX 483
582. Both © James Murray.
SX 485 586. © James Murray.
St. Peter (R.C.). SX
483 584. ©
Christ Church (Unitarian, 1864) on Duke Street. © unitarian.co.uk. This, and many other old engravings on this website, are reproduced from the downloadable books on the Unitarian Church Headquarters website
here. The books are Pictures of Unitarian Churches by Emily Sharpe (1901) and the 1914 edition of
Architecture by Ronald P. Jones M.A, (Oxon), and the images are reproduced by kind permission of James Barry of Unitarian Church Headquarters.
My appreciation also to Mike Berrell for his efforts in this regard. SX
Link, which says it was demolished soon after 1958.
Gospel Hall. SX 462
© Paul E. Barnett (2015).
St. Andrew with St. Luke (but see
the history page
on Paradise Road, Stoke Damerel. SX 463 550. © Paul E. Barnett (2014).
Another view, © James Murray.
(1771) on Chapel Street, Stoke Damerel.
SX 454 545. © Paul E. Barnett (2015).
Grade II* listed.
St. Michael, on Albert Road,
Stoke. SX 457 554. This one has previously been in the "Unknown" section. A clearly labelled
postcard, from Judy Flynn's Collection, but where exactly was this Stoke? Simon
Davies, Greg Mishevski, and Janet Gimber all identified it as the one at Stoke
in Devonport. They have all also advised that, according to their
website, it has been demolished, and replaced by a smaller church. See also
which says the demolition was to happen soon - the page is dated February 2007.
Judy Flynn has further advised that according to one source, the church was
indeed demolished in 2007, and housing erected on the site; the new church,
which opened in 2009, was built nearby on the site of the vicarage.
Baptist Church. James
describes it as "magnificent". SX 483 556. © James Murray.
SX 479 558. ©
The Overcomers Christian
Fellowship International on Gordon Terrace. SX 480 555. © Paul E. Barnett
Beacon Park Baptist
Church. This was previously Peverell Park Methodist Church, which closed in
item on the closure). SX 479 563. © Paul E. Barnett (2017).
Fellowship, formerly Hope Baptist Church Hall. © James Murray.
Hope Baptist Church. SX
475 571. ©
Peverell Community Church
(previously a shop). SX 480 565. © James Murray.
Peverell Park Methodist
Church. SX 479 563. © James Murray.
St. Edward the Confessor
(R.C.). The High Altar.
Prior to the church being extended, this
side altar served as
the High Altar. SX 481 565. All © James Murray.
St. Gabriel, James'
baptismal church. Another view,
George's Altar, and the
Chapel. Two interior views- 1, 2. Note that some sources refer to this church as being in Mutley.
SX 480 562. All © James Murray.
Methodist Church at
Ridgeway. SX 542 561. © James Murray.
Mudge Way Community
Church. SX 542 561. © James Murray.
SX 537 563. From an old
postcard (franked 1905) in Steve Bulman's Collection. A
modern view. © James Murray.
St. Maurice. SX 545 557. From an old
postcard, Geoff Watt's Collection. A
modern view. © James
The former Saltram Chapel. Interior view. Janet
explains that this building was originally a barn, probably medieval (the slit windows are from that
time), and was made into a chapel in about 1778. Ruinous by the 1970's, it was restored by the National Trust, and now serves as the "Chapel Gallery".
SX 521 555. All ©
Salvation Army. SX 545
Methodist Church. Another view.
SX 446 584. Both ©
James Murray (2010).
St. Boniface. SX 446 582. © James
St. Budeaux. Dating from 1563, it was where
Sir Francis Drake was
married. SX 454 592. © James Murray.
St. Paul (R.C.). Another view.
SX 445 582. Both ©
James Murray (2010). Link.
Bethany Evangelical Church.
SX 473 597. © James Murray (2010).
Interior view. A post-war
estate church, James advises that it was shortly to be demolished when he took
the photo in February 2008. SX 472 598. Both © James Murray. James returned in 2010 and photographed the new St. Chad.
Another view. © James Murray (2010).