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Paul Barnett recommends the following sites 1, 2, 3, and 4. Archive.org has a copy of "County Church - Cornwall" (1912) by J. Charles Cox LL.D. F.S.A. It has numerous drawings and photographs. Methodist and Nonconformist Chapels in Cornwall includes many photos.


Albaston, Tamar Valley Methodist Church. Another view. SX 4226 7052. Link. The former Bible Christian Chapel (later United Methodist). Another view. The National Archives reference documents for 1935-1967. SX 4230 7060. All Paul E. Barnett (2018). Old O.S. maps mark a Wesleyan Methodist Chapel on Cemetery Road at SX 4241 7044. Built in 1866, there's now housing on the site, seen here by Streetview in 2010. Further along Cemetery Road is the cemetery, which has a Mortuary Chapel. SX 4254 7053. Paul E. Barnett (2022). Another view, Andrew Ross.
Allet, the Methodist Church (originally United Methodist Free Church) of 1866, and the adjacent Sunday School of 1961. SW 7912 4857. Paul E. Barnett (2014). The former Mission Chapel (1884). Another view (on Streetview). SW 8048 4809. Paul E. Barnett (2015).
Altarnun, St. Nonna. SX 2227 8134. Bill Henderson. Link.
Grade I listed. The former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel. Its grade II listing dates it to 1859. SX 2241 8110. Bill Henderson. Wesley Cottage (or Digory Isbell's Cottage). See the story here. SX 219 805. Paul E. Barnett (2018).
Angarrack, the former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, now a community centre. SW 5816 3825. Paul E. Barnett (2014). Link.
Ashton, Church of the Annunciation. SW 6026 2858. Paul E. Barnett (2022). The former United Methodist Free Church (1802) on Higher Lane at SW 6035 2866. Latterly Methodist, it closed in 1989. Paul E. Barnett (2022). The former Zion Bible Christian Chapel of 1883 stands at SW 6046 2868. It was closed in 1935, as United Methodist. Another view. Both Paul E. Barnett (2022). The 6" O.S. map of 1906-9 marks a Meth. Chap. on Fore Street at SW 6011 2861. It may be the Wesleyan Methodist mentioned on the National Archives website, where documents are referenced for the years 1909-35. The house on the site today, Paul E. Barnett (2022). Whether anything of the chapel survives is unclear.

Baldhu, the former St. Michael and All Angels (1847), now a private residence. Another view. SW 7720 4317. Grade II* listed. Baldhu Christian Chapel was built as Wesleyan in 1889. Another view. SW 7784 4262. Grade II listed. Billy Bray's Chapel (Methodist, built as Bible Christian in 1835) at Kerley Down. SW 7649 4370. Link. Grade II listed. All Paul E. Barnett (2014).
Balwest, Methodist Chapel, built as Wesleyan. It has a date-stone for 1829. SW 5960 2996. Paul E. Barnett (2015). Link. The
Tregonning Hill Preaching Pit is to the south-east of the village, at circa SW 6004 2983. John Wesley preached here. Its history and photos are available here.
Bangors, the former Methodist Chapel (originally United Methodist Free), as seen by Streetview in 2014. There's a date-stone on the right (east) side for Methodist Free Church 1840. It's still marked as active on a map of 1961, surveyed from 1957 onwards. An old photo is available here. SW 2082 9951.
Barripper, Methodist Church, built as a United Methodist Free Church in 1898. SW 6340 3824. Paul E. Barnett (2015). Link. The former Adjewhella Chapel, now in commercial use. A 2021 Streetview provides another view. SW 6363 3867. Paul E. Barnett (2015). Grade II listed.
Bathpool, the former Wesleyan Methodist Church. The National Archives database records documents relating to this church for the period 1877-1959. SX 2809 7479. Paul E. Barnett (2018).
Beacon, the Methodist Church (SW 6568 3923). It has a date-stone for 1895. On a map of 1908 it's labelled as a Sunday School, presumably for the nearby Wesleyan Chapel. It no longer exists, and its site was seen by Streetview in 2009. SW 6566 3927. Paul E. Barnett (2022). Link.
Bealbury, Wesley Methodist Church, built in 1872 as Wesleyan. SX 3741 6671. Paul E. Barnett (2018). Link.
Belowda, the former Bible Christian Chapel. Another view. SW 9648 6171. Both Paul E. Barnett (2017).
Bethany, The Old Chapel, a former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel (later Wesleyan Reform Union) of 1822. SX 3217 5996. The Methodist Church (1928) stands directly opposite. SX 3218 5999. Both Paul E. Barnett (2018).
Bethel (near St. Austell), Bethel Bible Christian Chapel (1836), later United Methodist. Another view. SX 0346 5302. Both Paul E. Barnett (2016 & 2023).

Blackwater, the Wesleyan Methodist Chapel of 1822. SW 7367 4618. Paul E. Barnett (2014). Primitive Methodist Chapel. Another view. SW 7443 4657. Both Paul E. Barnett (2017).
Blisland, St. Boducus or St. Protus & St. Hyacinth, or St. Pratt, according to source. SX 1004 7312. From an old postcard in Reg Dosell's Collection - note that the card has been rather heavily processed - the original is very faded. Two further views - 1, 2, interior view, altar, pulpit and tester, font and cover, and another font, all Dennis Harper (2007). Link1. Link2. Grade I listed.
Blunts, Methodist Church (1843), formerly Wesleyan, and before that Bible Christian. SX 3436 6294. Paul E. Barnett (2018). Link. Older O.S. maps show St. Petroc's Church at SX 3430 6300. It is still shown on a map of 1961, but when it was demolished I haven't been able to discover. Evidently rather small, as shown by its site (seen by Streetview in 2010), perhaps it was a tin tabernacle?
Bodilly, the former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel. SW 6756 3191. Paul E. Barnett (2015). O.S. maps mark St. Henry's Chapel (Site of) a little way to the north-west, at SW 6685 3211. Its site hasn't been seen by Streetview, and although it's mentioned frequently on numerous websites, nothing other than its existence is noted.
Bodinnick, St. John the Baptist, converted from a former stable. Interior view. Circa SX 1300 5218. Both Paul E. Barnett (2017). Link. A little way to the east is marked on O.S. maps Chapel (Remains of), at SX 1332 5209. A photo is available here, where it's described as medieval, dedicated to St. John the Baptist.
Bodmin.
Bodwen, the former Ebenezer Bible Christian Chapel (later Methodist), now in secular use. It stands about a quarter of a mile SE of the hamlet. This source (select number 4) provides dates of 1859 to 1979. A 2011 Streetview. SX 0357 6027. Paul E. Barnett (2021).
Bolenowe, the former Free United Methodist Church. From map evidence, the church was built between 1880 and 1908. SW 6738 3790. Paul E. Barnett (2016). A Wesleyan Methodist Chapel stood at SW 6723 3790. A private residence now stands on the site, but whether this is a conversion from the old chapel, or the old chapel demolished and the present building put up is unclear. Its appearance favours the latter. The National Archives has references to documents relating to the chapel from 1892-1950. Paul E. Barnett (2018).
Bolventor, the former Holy Trinity. SX 1802 7654. Paul E. Barnett (2015). The former Bible Christian Chapel at St. Luke's, as seen by Streetview in 2009. A downloadable thesis (pdf file, p. 360) dates it to 1858 (a re-build of an earlier chapel of 1829; and enlarged in 1891).
There's also a photo. SW 1951 7643. Grade II listed. Nearby, O.S. maps indicate St. Luke's Chapel (Remains of), at SW 1946 7643. The building which seems to be intended can be seen here in a Streetview from 2021. It seems modern, so does anything of the chapel remain? I've been unable to discover anything about it.
Boot - see Whitstone, below.
Boscastle, St. Symphorian at Forrabury. SX 0957 9089. Roger Heap. An old postcard view from Dave Westrap's Collection. Link1. Link2. Grade II* listed. A number of churchyard features are also listed separately - see here. O.S. maps show a number of chapels, the site of another, and a Mission Room. The current Methodist Church is on Fore Street, and was seen by Streetview in 2009. It has a date-stone for 1825, and was Wesleyan (source). SX 0997 9075. The church website says that it is the second on the site. I did wonder if the adjacent building (up the hill) is the predecessor - seen here, also in 2009, but it's marked on maps as a school. A so far unidentified Chapel stands or stood on Dunn Street, at SX 0988 9078. Streetview saw it in 2009. Whether this is the converted chapel or a building erected on its site, is unclear. Another former Chapel stands on Mount Pleasant. It has a date-stone for 1859 and was seen by Streetview in 2021. The 25" O.S. map of 1907 shows a Misn. Rm. (Mission Room) at SX 0996 9068 on Fore Street. The best view on Streetview (2009) is here - I don't know if this is the former Mission Room, or a later building on its site. O.S. maps mark, almost directly behind the Mission Room, St. James's Chapel (Site of), at SX 0994 9068. It's site can't be seen on Streetview.
Boskenwyn, the former Bethel Chapel (Bible Christian). Another view - the name plate reads Boskenwyn Chapel. SW 6949 2756. Both Paul E. Barnett (2021).
Bossiney, the Methodist Church was built as Bible Christian in 1860. Grade II listed. Another small chapel (?) or perhaps Sunday School, stands adjacent. SX 0658 8878. Both Paul E. Barnett (2015).
Bosullow, Bosullow Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, at Little Bosullow, as seen by Streetview in 2021. It was founded in 1845, with seating for 200 people, reducing to 140 by 1873. SW 4171 3401.
Boswinger, Methodist Church, originally Bible Christian. SW 9906 4125. Paul E. Barnett (2016).
Botusfleming (or Botus Fleming), St. Mary. SX 4045 6130. Link. Grade II* listed. The former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel. SX 4074 6123. Both Paul E. Barnett (2018).
Boyton, Holy Name, as seen by Streetview in 2009.
Link. Grade II* listed. A headstone is also grade II listed. The Methodist Church. SX 3191 9189. Reproduced by kind permission from the Uglow Family History website. Link.
Braddock, St. Mary the Virgin. SX 1622 6211. Paul E. Barnett (2016). Link.
Grade I listed.
Bray Shop, the former Bible Christian Chapel. Another view. SX 3300 7451. Both Paul E. Barnett (2017 and 2022).
Brea, Methodist Church, originally Bible Christian. SW 6645 4021. Paul E. Barnett (2015).
Breage, St. Breaca. Interior view, and the font. A remarkable wall-painting. SW 6185 2846. All Carole Sarvis. Link1. Link2.
Grade I listed. A possible former church at SW 615 282 has been identified by Janet Gimber as a Sunday School. Paul E. Barnett (2015). Breaney Methodist Chapel on School Road was originally Wesleyan. SW 6157 2811. Paul E. Barnett (2015). A converted former Chapel of 1859 stands on Higher Road at SW 6159 2851. Old maps show it, but don't identify its affiliations. Paul E. Barnett (2022).
Bude.
Budock Water, St. Budock. Another view. SW 7862 3239. Paul E. Barnett (2024 and 2014). Link. Grade II* listed. For related listed features, see here. The former Methodist Chapel (originally Wesleyan), now in use as a restaurant. It's dated here to 1897 or 1898, closing in 1989. It replaced earlier chapels of 1814 and 1843. What may possibly be part of the earlier chapel can be seen at the rear of the building in a Streetview from 2019. SW 7841 3221. Paul E. Barnett (2024).
Bugle, the Methodist Church (at left) on Fore Street was originally Bible Christian (and later United Methodist), of 1858. Renovated in 1890, a school was added at right in 1896. SX 0158 5897. Paul E. Barnett (2015). Link.
Burras, the Wesleyan Methodist Chapel of 1889. On a map of 1907 it's marked as Free United. SW 6786 3491. Burhos Methodist Church was a Sunday School in 1907. SW 6780 3492. Both Paul E. Barnett (2015).
Bush, the former Bible Christian Chapel. It has a date-stone for 1869. SS 2336 0767.
 Both Chris Kippin (2024).
Busveal, the Wesleyan Methodist Chapel of 1836. SW 7175 4177. Gwennap Pit Church (pre-1762). The pulpit can be seen at right. John Wesley preached frequently here - as mentioned on a wall. SW 7171 4176. Both Paul E. Barnett (2017).

Cadgwith, St. Mary, a tin tabernacle. Older maps label it as St. Mary's Mission Church. Interior view (taken through a window). SW 7211 1458. Both Chris Kippin (2019). Link.
Caerhays, St. Michael. SW 9638 4218. Bill McKenzie. Another view, Paul E. Barnett (2016). Link.
Grade I listed.
Callestick, the former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, now converted to residential use. Some old maps call the place Callestock. SW 7714 5051. Paul E. Barnett (2020). The turn of the 20th century 6" and 25" O.S. maps mark Chapel (Remains of). Unfortunately, each map shows it in a slightly different place, so I don't know where it is (or was), and I can't find any further information about it.
Callington.
Calstock, St. Andrew. SX 4365 6925. Paul E. Barnett (2018). Link. The "Chapel in the Woods" at Cotehele, dedicated to St. George and St. Thomas a Becket (ca. 1490). A small plaque gives a little history. Interior view. SX 4253 6855. Link. The Chapel at Cotehele House. It dates from circa 1500, successor to an earlier church. Interior view. SX 4222 6860. Link. All Paul E. Barnett (2015). The former Mount Zion United Methodist Free Church. SX 4367 6870. The former Baptist Church, now evidently in commercial use. SX 4356 6862. Both Paul E. Barnett (2018).
Camborne.
Camelford, St. Thomas of Canterbury. SX 1075 8387. Bill Henderson (2017). Link. A former Bible Christian Chapel stands about a mile to the N.N.W. of the village at SX 0999 8545. Paul E. Barnett (2015). Another former B.C. Chapel stands on Victoria Road at SX 1090 8390. Streetview saw it in 2011, and the attached building to its right has a date-stone which I can partly read - Bethel, School, 1885(?). United Methodist Free Church on Market Place. It's dated here to 1837, originally as Wesleyan Methodist Association. SX 1061 8376. Paul E. Barnett (2017). Another view, Bill Henderson (2017).
Grade II listed. Older O.S. maps mark a Wesleyan Methodist Chapel on Chapel Street at SX 1051 8369. Here are two Streetviews from 2009 - 1, 2. Souls Harbour Church on Clease Road. SX 1046 8349. Bill Henderson (2017). Link. A Spiritualist Church used to meet in Camelford Hall on Clease Meadows. It was seen by Streetview in 2009. SX 1042 8345.
Canon's Town, the former Wesleyan Methodist Church. The building at left is the Sunday School. SW 5332 3519. Paul E. Barnett (2014). O.S. maps mark St. Thomas's Chapel (Site of) at SW 5309 3503. It stood behind the building seen here in a Streetview from 2021. There's a building called Old Chapel Bungalow,
at the junction of the A30 and Heather Lane. It's not marked on available maps, and I've been unable to discover anything about it. SW 5346 3524. Paul E. Barnett (2023).
Canworthy Water, Living Water Methodist Church. It's labelled on an O.S. map of 1884 as Methodist Chapel (United), and is dated here to 1859. SX 2229 9162.
Chris Kippin (2024). Across the road is the former U.M. school building, dated 1910.  Chris Kippin (2024). A short distance along the road at SX 2231 9165, is the site of a Bible Christian Chapel. Streetview saw the site, or conversion - the pink house - in 2021. St. Sidwell was active up to the mid 20th century, and survives as a private residence. It was seen by Streetview in 2021. SX 2233 9185. I can find no references to it on-line.
Carbis Bay,
St. Anta and All Saints on Porthrepta Road. Old O.S. maps label it just as All Saints. SW 5303 3848. Paul E. Barnett (2014). Link. The Methodist Church on St. Ives Road and Higher Boskerris, was originally Wesleyan. SW 5268 3838. Bill Henderson. Two additional views - 1, 2. Both Paul E. Barnett (2014). Link. Chy an Gweal Methodist Church on St. Ives Road was built as Methodist New Connexion in 1909. SW 5227 3881. Paul E. Barnett (2014). Link. Longstone Cemetery Chapel at SW 5310 3811. Paul E. Barnett (2014).
Carclaze, the Methodist Church on Treverbyn Road, built as Bible Christian in 1870. Another view, SX 0229 5386. Both Paul E. Barnett (2023). Link.
Cardinham, St.
Meubred, as seen by Streetview in 2014. SX 1230 6870. Two views of an ancient cross in the churchyard (grade II* listed) - 1, 2, and the font, all Christopher Skottowe (1973). Link. Grade I listed. Several tombs etc. are also listed separately - they can be seen here. A Wesleyan Methodist Chapel is shown on old maps at SX 1229 6899, a little way north of the village. It was seen by Streetview in 2010. Grade II listed, wherein it's dated to 1900-2. Further north again, at SX 1247 6941, O.S. maps mark a Chapel (Site of), and a Holy Well. It stood somewhere behind the trees at the centre of a Streetview from 2010. Its Scheduled Monument listing calls it "Trezance Holy Well and chapel enclosure".
Carfury, the former Bible Christian Chapel, as seen by Streetview in 2009. Now in residential use, it's dated here to 1821-1971, by which time it must have been just Methodist. SW 4453 3409.

Carharrack, St. Piran on Church Street. Another view. SW 7316 4142. Both Paul E. Barnett (2014 & 2023). Link. The Methodist Church (Wesleyan, 1815) on Chapel Terrace, and the adjacent Sunday School, and both buildings. SW 7305 4144. All Paul E. Barnett (2015 & 2023). Link. Grade II* listed. Older O.S. maps mark an otherwise unidentified Chapel, on Fore Street, at SW 7323 4152. Streetview shows the site, upon which housing has been built. It's probably the 1885-1987 Billy Bray Memorial Bible Christian Chapel (later United Methodist), mentioned here, where there is a photo (more photos here). It also discusses (with illustrations) its predecessor - the Great Deliverance Chapel - of 1840-1874, which stood on Consols Road, and was later adapted for use as a farm building at Primrose Cottage Farm. A Primrose Cottage is marked on the 25" O.S. map of 1908 at SW 7374 4185. A little way east of Primrose Cottage is Chapel Farm. SW 7394 4181. Paul E. Barnett (2024). Can you advise precisely where Great Deliverance Chapel was?
Carleen, Community Apostolic Church. SW 6192 3022. Link. Barn Christian Fellowship. SW 622 299. Link (Facebook). The former Methodist Church of 1833, originally Wesleyan. SW 6154 3008. All Paul E. Barnett (2015).
Carlidnack  see Mawnan Smith, below.
Carn Brea, the Methodist Church, built as Wesleyan in 1870. SW 6885 4139. Paul E. Barnett (2014). It's evidently now closed - see an un-dated estate agent's for sale notice. Streetview has a better view, from 2011. Link. Carn Brea Castle (on the skyline towards the left) is supposed to be the site of a Chapel of St. Michael. This Facebook page says it was originally built as a chapel in 1379. Another view. SW 6864 4087. Both
Paul E. Barnett (2022 & 2023). Link. Grade II listed.
Carnhell Green, the Carnhell Green Fellowship (non-denominational, 1977). SW 6174 3752. Paul E. Barnett (2015).
Carnkie (near Carn Brea), Methodist Church (Wesleyan, 1905). SW 6871 3992. The congregation dates back to 1797, and the second chapel (1840) stood where the Carnkie Community Institute now stands. SW 6862 3995. Mission Room which replaced an earlier wooden building. SW 680 399. The former Primitive Methodist Chapel (1830's-1988), now a private residence. SW 687 398. All Paul E. Barnett (2014).
Carnkie (near Wendron), Bible Christian Chapel (1900). SW 7148 3425. Paul E. Barnett (2015). Streetview shows that it was for sale in 2023.
Carnon Downs, Methodist Church. Originally Wesleyan, it has a date-stone for 1825. SW 7993 4042. Paul E. Barnett (2022). Another view, Carole Sage (2017). Grade II listed. See also Feock.
Carnyorth, the former Free United Methodist Chapel. SW 3757 3342. Paul E. Barnett (2018).
Carthew, the former Bible Christian Chapel (1862), now used as a guest house. SX 0052 5579.
Carole Sage (2013). Another view, Paul E. Barnett (2017).
Cawsand, St. Andrew. SX 4332 5020. James Murray. Link. Grade II listed, wherein it's dated to circa 1900, however a St. Andrew shows on the same site on a map surveyed no later than 1896. Congregational Church on Garrett Street. Another view. SX 4348 5031. Both James Murray. Link. Grade II listed.
Chacewater, a distant view of St. Paul. Its grade II listing dates it to 1892, with the tower from its predecessor of 1828. Two more views - 1, 2. SW 7509 4407. All Paul E. Barnett (2014 and 2022). Link. The lych-gate, and a war memorial are listed separately - they can be found here. The former Methodist chapel, originally Wesleyan, dated here to 1832. SW 7503 4450. Paul E. Barnett (2014). A former Primitive Methodist Chapel stands on Chacewater Hill at SW 7517 4450. This source dates it to circa 1830. Paul E. Barnett (2014). Old maps show that both Methodist chapels were active into the late 1950's at least. Paul also advises of a modern house called Quaker House (2023 Streetview)  at Chacewater Hill. Built between 2014 and 2021, the building on the site in 2014 can be seen in a Streetview from that year. Can you confirm if this was a Friends' Meeting House? Circa SW 7567 4491. A possible former Chapel stands a little way south of the possible Quaker site, on Kea Downs Road at SW 7578 4492. If it is a former place of worship however, it must be long out of use as it doesn't show on any available maps as such. Paul E. Barnett (2023).
Chapel, the site of a vanished medieval chapel at SW 8413 6069. Paul E. Barnett (2017).
Charlestown, a distant view of St. Paul on Church Road. SX 0363 5211. Paul E. Barnett (2018). A 2023 Streetview. Link. Grade II listed, wherein it's dated to 1851. The former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel of 1827, on Charlestown Road. It's been closed at least since 2009, when the first Streetview visit saw it boarded up. SX 0377 5180. Paul E. Barnett (2016). Another view, Paul E. Barnett (2017). The Mortuary Chapel in Campdowns Cemetery on Crinnis Road. SX 0398 5225. Paul E. Barnett (2016).
Chiverton, the former St. Peter. It's dated in its grade II listing to 1847, with its tower re-built in 1898. SW 7461 4717. Paul E. Barnett (2015). Several more photos can be seen here on Wikipedia.
Chynhale, the former Methodist Chapel. Older O.S. maps label it as Wesleyan. It was built after an 1877 map survey, and before one of 1906 - this source says it was opened in 1879, closing in 2015. SW 6419 3085. Paul E. Barnett (2022). Grade II listed. Its walls, gates, etc., have a separate listing, as grade II.
Coad's Green,
Methodist Church, built as Wesleyan. SX 2954 7680. Paul E. Barnett (2018). As can be seen from the photos here, the chapel used to have a small spire.
Colan, St. Colanus. SW 8682 6130. Paul E. Barnett (2022). Link. Grade I listed. The lych-gate, a monument, and two crosses have separate listings - they can be seen here.
Come-to-Good, the thatched Quaker Chapel (1710). Two additional views - 1, 2, and three of the interior - 1, 2, 3. SW 8128 4032. All Carole Sage (2018). Link. Grade I listed.
Common Moor, (or Commonmoor) the former Bible Christian Chapel. It pre-dates a map of 1886, and was still active in the mid-20th century. SX 2393 6942. Paul E. Barnett (2018). It's slightly better seen here in a Streetview from 2022. O.S. maps show a Wesleyan Methodist Chapel here too, at SX 2398 6950. It also pre-dates the 1886 map , and was still active in the mid-20th century. It survives in residential use, and was seen by Streetview in 2009.
Condurrow, the former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel. SW 6659 3922. Paul E. Barnett (2015). Not far away is the site of a Primitive Methodist Chapel, at SW 6634 3926. It pre-dated a map of 1888, but was no longer marked as a place of worship on a map of 1960. The house built on its site was seen by Streetview in 2023.
Connon, Methodist Church, formerly Wesleyan. SX 1963 6277. Paul E. Barnett (2017). Link.
Connor Downs, Independent Evangelical Church on Turnpike Road. This appears to be the same building as that labelled on a map of 1908 as Methodist Chapel (Free United). SW 5949 3919. Paul E. Barnett (2014). Former Church on Gwinear Road, south-east of the village. I've been unable to discover its affiliations. SW 6111 3851. Paul E. Barnett (2014). A former non-denominational church on Turnpike Road, now a Sunday school. SW 5942 3920. Paul E. Barnett (2015). What was tentatively listed as a Chapel on Trevarnon Lane has been identified as a school by Janet Gimber. Another view. SW 5919 3935. Both Paul E. Barnett (2015). There was also a Wesleyan Methodist Chapel at one time, on Mutton Hill, at SW 5904 3928. Pre-dating a map of 1908, it was active at least into the late 1950's, but has since been demolished, and housing (Streetview 2011) built on the site, left of the school playground.
Constantine, St. Constantine. SW 7310 2907. Paul E. Barnett (2015). Grade I listed. Numerous items in the churchyard are listed here. Methodist Church, built as a Wesleyan Chapel in 1880. SW 7329 2905. Paul E. Barnett (2015). Grade II listed. The adjacent vestry and stables are also listed, as grade II.
Constantine Bay, the ruins of St. Constantine's Church. SX 8652 7488. From an old postcard (franked 1911) in Steve Bulman's Collection. Link. Grade II listed. Nearby stands St. Constantine's Well. Another view. Both Paul E. Barnett (2019). Grade II listed.
Coombe - see St. Stephen's Coombe, below.
Couch's Mill, the former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel. SX 1499 5899. Paul E. Barnett (2017).
Coverack, St. Peter. It's dated here to 1885. SW 7820 1831. Chris Kippin (2018). A no-longer-maintained website can be seen archived here. The former Methodist Chapel, originally Wesleyan, of 1861. It was seen by Streetview in 2009. SW 7837 1813.
Coverack Bridges, the former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel. Built by 1861, when it was registered (source), this source says it was "closed and ..... sold in 1971". SW 6697 3008. A former Sunday School stands about 100 yards to the north-east. SW 6704 3013. Both Paul E. Barnett (2022).
Cox Hill, the former White Rose (or Zion) Bible Christian Chapel, later United Methodist and Methodist. Not seen by Streetview, a photo can be seen here where it's dated to 1905-1972, on the site of a predecessor, said to be of circa 1830. SW 7407 4389.
Crantock, St. Carantoc. SW 7905 6056. From an old postcard in Steve Bulman's Collection. Another view, and two of the interior - the Lady Chapel, and the font, all from Christopher Skottowe's Collection. A modern view, interior, and font, all Dennis Harper (2007). Link. Grade I listed. Other listed features associated with the church can be found here. The Methodist Church on Trevowah Road was built as Wesleyan in 1872 (source). SW 7904 6019. Paul E. Barnett (2018). Link. The source referred to earlier says that there was a preceding chapel of 1827 on Halwyn Hill. This is marked as a Wesleyan Chapel on the 25" O.S. map of 1907, and can be seen on a Streetview from 2019. It's curious that there should have been two Wesleyan Chapel so close (200 meters) to each other, but perhaps it's an error on the part of the Ordnance Survey, as the source says it was used as a Sunday School after the newer chapel opened (i.e. 1872). SW 7913 6037.
Grade I listed.
Creed, St. Crida. SW 9349 4722. Paul E. Barnett (2017). Link. Grade I listed. For related listed features in the churchyard, see here.
Creegbrawse, the former Primitive Methodist Chapel, as seen by Streetview in 2009. Another Streetview, also from 2009. It's dated here to 1828. SW 7432 4371.
Crofthandy, the former Wesleyan Methodist Church (1844). Another view. SW 7394 4244. Both Paul E. Barnett (2017 and 2022). Link, which says it was closed "circa 2014".
Crosscoombe,
a distant view of the site of the demolished Crosscoombe Primitive Methodist Chapel, as seen by Streetview in 2009 - it stood roughly at the right hand end of the low hilly area. Some photos of it can be seen here, where it's dated to 1836-1941, demolished 1942. SW 7337 5210.
Crowan, St. Crewenna. SW 6458 3450. Paul E. Barnett (2014). Link. Grade II* listed. For listed tombs, gates, etc., see here.
Crowlas, the Methodist Church on Chapel Street is dated 1900 and was the Sunday School for the former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel which stands opposite. SW 5159 3327. Both Paul E. Barnett (2014). Link. The ruinous former Primitive Methodist Chapel (1858) on Cockwells Lane at SW 5222 3402. Its closure is dated here to 1940. Paul E. Barnett (2014). Mortuary Chapel (1838) at SW 5173 3354. Paul E. Barnett (2014).
Cubert, St. Cubert. SW 7861 5775. Paul E. Barnett (2015). Another view, Bill Henderson (2018). Link. Grade I listed. For related listed features, see here. The former Methodist Church on Holywell Road dates from 1848, as Wesleyan. SW 7857 5790. Paul E. Barnett (2015). Another view, Jo Lewis (2017), who advises that planning permission has been granted for conversion to residential use. The present Cubert Methodist Church stands next door, and was originally the Sunday School for the Wesleyan Chapel. It dates from 1894, and opened as the church in 2012. Jo Lewis (2017). The first Wesleyan Chapel, on Wesley Road and Hollywell Road, was built in 1765. John Wesley preached 11 times in the village from 1751. SW 7869 5784. Jo Lewis (2017).
Cury, St. Corantine. SW 6777 2128. Bill McKenzie. Link. Archive.org has a copy of "Churches and Antiquities of Cury and Gunwalloe" (1875) by Alfred Hayman Cummings. It has numerous drawings and photographs, and is available here. Grade I listed. For listed tombs, monuments etc., see here. For Cury Methodist Church, see White Cross (near Helston) below.

Darite (or sometimes Railway Terrace), the former Bible Christian Chapel. SX 2576 6940. Paul E. Barnett (2018).
Davidstow, St. David. SX 15112 8727. Bill Henderson (2017). Link. Grade II* listed. For related listed features, see here.
Daymer Bay, St. Enodoc. This church has been buried beneath the sands in the past, so much so that the vicar is said to have had to enter the church via the skylight. SW 9317 7723. Charles Winpenny at http://www.cornwallcam.co.uk/. Anecdote courtesy of Rodney Hall. And a photo from Peter Wood. An old postcard view, from Christopher Skottowe's Collection. Link. Grade I listed. For related listed features, see here.
Delabole, St. John the Evangelist. SX 0696 8411. Steve Bulman (2010). Another view, Bill Henderson (2017).
 Link. Grade II listed, wherein it's dated to circa 1880. The Methodist Church (2023 Streetview) stands about of a mile to the N.E., at SX 0722 8444. A map of 1883 labels it as Zion Chapel (Bible Christian).
Devoran, St. John the Evangelist and St. Petroc. Another view. SW 7944 3922. Paul E. Barnett (2023 and 2024). Link. Grade II listed, wherein it's dated to 1855. The Methodist Church on Belmont Terrace was originally Wesleyan. It's dated here (where there are interior photos) to a re-build in 1861 of a chapel of 1825. SW 7968 3909. Paul E. Barnett (2016). Facebook. The Market House, on Market Street can easily be mistaken for a former chapel, but seemingly never was. Paul E. Barnett (2023). Grade II listed.
Dimma,
the former Methodist Church, dated to 1879 as Bible Christian. At the time of Chris's visit, there was a planning application attached to the gate informing of change of use to residential. SX 1973 9737.  Chris Kippin (2024).
Dobwalls, the former chapel on Chestnut Drive, at SX 2107 6500. It's almost certainly the Bible Christian Chapel mentioned here, and dating from 1860, closing in 1935. St. Peter's United Church (Methodist, and formerly Wesleyan). SX 2156 6506. The former St. Peter is dated to 1839 in its grade II listing. Another view. SX 2141 6504. All Paul E. Barnett (2017).
Downderry, St. Nicholas (or St. Nicolas), as seen by Streetview in 2023. Its
grade II listing dates it to circa 1900. SX 3185 5398. Link. The Coastal Zone (Methodist) was seen by Streetview in 2023. A map of 1907 labels it as Ebezener Chapel (Wesleyan). SX 3170 5401. Link. Older maps also show a Mission Room towards the west end of the village, at SX 3151 5403. It pre-dated a map of 1888. It seems to have gone out of use by 1907, as it's no longer indicated as a place of worship on a map of that year. The building (or what replaced it) was seen by Streetview in 2023.
Downgate, the former Methodist Chapel (originally Bible Christian). It pre-dates a map of 1906, and seems to have survived into the 1960's at least. SX 3667 7279. Paul E. Barnett (2022).
Drift, Methodist Church, originally Bible Christian. SW 4392 2852. Paul E. Barnett (2017). Link.
Duloe, St. Kebius or Cuby. SX 2346 5810. Paul E. Barnett (2017). Link. Grade I listed - says "consecrated 1321". For related listed features, see here. United Methodist Church. SX 2369 5783. Paul E. Barnett (2017). A 2023 Streetview provides another view.

East Portholland, the former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel (1880-1938). SW 9594 4128. Paul E. Barnett (2016).
Edgcumbe, the Methodist Church, originally Wesleyan of 1885. SW 7208 3319. Paul E. Barnett (2014). On a map of 1888 (surveyed 1877-8) shows an earlier Wesleyan Chapel a little further north at SW 7205 3329. In this 2021 Streetview its access track can be seen. The chapel stood to the right of the track, somewhere behind the buildings seen in the middle distance. Aerial views show that there is a building on the site - whether anything survives of the chapel is unclear. This source dates it to 1834.
Egloshayle - see Wadebridge.
Egloskerry, St. Petroc and St. Keri. Its grade II listing, which calls it St. Keria, says it was consecrated in 1222. Older O.S. maps label it as St. Ide & St. Lydy. SX 2727 8661. From an old postcard in Reg Dosell's Collection.
 2021 Streetviews provide three modern views - 1, 2, 3. Link. For the listed churchyard war memorial and headstones, see here. A former Methodist Church (originally Bible Christian) stands about of a mile to the east, at SX 2771 8648. Its grade II listing only dates it to the mid-19th century - it pre-dates the earliest available on-line map, of 1883. It was seen by Streetview in 2021.
Enniscaven, Bible Christian Chapel. SW 9645 5928. Paul E. Barnett (2017).
Escalls, the former Bible Christian Chapel (so labelled on a map of 1908). It's dated here (where it's called Wesleyan) to 1900. SW 3711 2687. Paul E. Barnett (2017). Link.

Falmouth.
Feock, St. Feock (1875-6, replacing an earlier church). SW 8248 3843. Paul E. Barnett (2015). Three additional views - 1, 2, 3, the churchyard gate, and the free-standing bell-tower in the churchyard, the only remaining survival of the prior church, all Carole Sage (2017). Link. Grade II* listed. For related listed features (including the bell tower) see here. The Methodist Church at Goon Piper was built as Wesleyan in 1861. Its  website, still available in 2024, announces that the chapel has closed, and the congregation merged with that of the Carnon Downs chapel. SW 8190 3931.  Graeme Harvey (2015). Another view, Carole Sage (2017).
Flushing, St. Peter (1841). SW 8074 3402. Paul E. Barnett (2016). Link. Grade II listed. A churchyard cross is listed as grade II. The Methodist Church on Kersey Road was originally Wesleyan (1815-1977). SW 8090 3397. Paul E. Barnett (2016). Link. Now closed, a 2023 news story discusses plans for conversion. The village also has a former Primitive Methodist Chapel (2019 Streetview). It stands on Coventry Road and is dated here to 1866-1948. SW 8091 3391.
Four Lanes, St. Andrew (consecrated 1881). Another view. SW 6875 3826. The church now has an organ, brought from Illogan Highway Chili Road Methodist Church (demolished) in 1973. It had been used by Thomas Merritt, the composer of Cornish Carols. See BBC news item. Both Paul E. Barnett (2015). Methodist Church - the former United Methodist Sunday School of 1884. SW 6908 3866. Paul E. Barnett (2014). Link. The original United Methodist Free Church, which stood beside the school, is dated here to 1856 to circa 1966, when it was damaged in a storm. The former Forest Wesleyan Chapel of 1881 stands about 400 yards to the S.W. of the village, and has been converted to residential use. SW 6838 3784. Paul E. Barnett (2015). Forest Sunday School stands nearby on the site of the previous Forest Wesleyan Chapel, demolished in 1882. SW 684 378. Paul E. Barnett (2015). Former Church (?), now Pencoys Hall. Available maps only show it as a Sunday School. SW 6880 3837. Paul E. Barnett (2015).
Fowey.
Foxhole, the United Methodist Free Church of 1894. SW 9646 5483. Paul E. Barnett (2016). Another view, Paul E. Barnett (2018).
Fraddon, the former Methodist Church (Bible Christian, 1877) which closed in 2005, and was subsequently converted into housing. SW 9125 5830. Paul E. Barnett (2016). News item on the closure. Grade II listed.
Frogpool, the Methodist Church, originally Wesleyan, of 1843. Another view. SW 7598 4000. Both Paul E. Barnett (2022). Link.
Frogwell, the former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel. It's dated here to 1864. SX 3465 6853. Paul E. Barnett (2018).

Garras, the former United Methodist Chapel of 1864. SW 7023 2400. Paul E. Barnett (2018). The village also has a former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, at SW 7034 2389. In front of it stands a Wesleyan School, of 1895, seen here in a Streetview from 2022. The chapel can just be glimpsed to its right, and an old photo of it can be seen here.
Germoe, St. Germoe. SW 5854 2942. Paul E. Barnett (2015). Link. Grade I listed. For related listed features, see here. Originally listed as a church at SW 5858 2936, Janet Gimber has shown that it was a Sunday School. Paul E. Barnett (2015). A possible former Chapel stands on the A394, south-west of the village, at SW 5781 2913. Paul E. Barnett (2022).
Gerrans, St. Gerran. Two more views - 1, 2. SW 8728 3517. Paul E. Barnett (2016 and 2022). An old photo, perhaps from the 1890's, from
Christopher Skottowe's Collection. Link. Grade I listed. For listed features in the churchyard, see here. The former Methodist Chapel (originally Wesleyan) on Churchtown Road is dated here to 1869, with closure in 1987. SW 8733 3531. Paul E. Barnett (2022). Its predecessor is now Chapel House on Well Lane. It was converted to Sunday School use when the new chapel was built. SW 8725 3535. Paul E. Barnett (2022). A former Bible Christian Chapel, now "The Old Chapel" is setback from Churchtown Road. Originally registered in 1852 (though it was in use for prayer meetings before this), from 1907 until 1932 it was United Methodist. It finally closed in 1936. SW 8725 3526. Jo Lewis.
Gloweth, Bible Christian Chapel, latterly Methodist, and currently the non-denominational Gloweth Chapel. Another view. SW 7941 4506. Both Paul E. Barnett (2014 and 2023). Link.
Godolphin Cross, the former St. John the Baptist (1851). SW 6094 3128. Paul E. Barnett (2014). Link. The Methodist Church has a date-stone for 1934, and stands on the site of an earlier Bible Christian Chapel of 1859. Paul E. Barnett (2014). The B.C. Chapel may survive. Old maps show that it stood further back than the later chapel, and was aligned at 90 degrees to it. A 2023 Streetview shows that the 1934 chapel is "T" shaped, the B.C. chapel perhaps forming the top of the "T". The Methodist Church has been closed, and bought by the village in 2017 to serve as a community centre. Their website has some interior views of the church.
Golant, St. Sampson. Another view. SX 1206 5516. Both Paul E. Barnett (2016). Link. Grade I listed. For the listed holy well and monuments in the churchyard, see here. The former Methodist Church on Water Lane and School Hill was built as Wesleyan. Its grade II listing dates it to circa 1875. SX 1214 5481. Paul E. Barnett (2016).
Golberdon, the former Bethel Wesleyan Methodist Chapel (1863) is now in commercial use. Another view. SX 3270 7119. Both Paul E. Barnett (2018).
Goldsithney, Methodist Church. It's dated here to 1984, and stands on the site of a Wesleyan predecessor of the 1840's (there's an old photo of it). SW 5463 3074. Paul E. Barnett (2014). Link. Old United Methodist Chapel and school on South Road. It pre-dates a map of 1888 where it's just labelled as Methodist Chapel. SW 5442 3060. Paul E. Barnett (2015). Also on South Road, older maps show a Mission Room, at SW 5445 3057. Built by 1907, it had gone out of use by the mid-20th century. St. James House (2023 Streetview) stands on its site today. Whether anything of the mission room survives is unclear. A map of 1908 shows the sites of two ancient chapels, St. Petry, and St. James. St. Petry's Chapel is shown in a field just north of the village at SW 5440 3074. Now a housing estate, its site (on a road called St. Petry) lies beneath the house shown at the centre of a 2009 Streetview. The site of St. James's Chapel is shown on the main road at SW 5454 3069. A house called St. James (2021 Streetview) is now on the site.
Goonbell, the former Primitive Methodist Chapel - as seen by Streetview in 2009 (the white building with the blocked half moon window). Another view, Paul E. Barnett (2022). More photos are available here, where its closure is dated to 1983. SW 7311 4986. The village also had a Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, at SW 7308 4979. If it survives, it hasn't been seen by Streetview, but old photos of it can be seen here, where its closure is tentatively dated to 1916.
Goonhavern, the former Methodist Chapel on Newquay Road, built as Bible Christian. It was closed by 2011, when a Streetview shows it to be for sale. The low building behind it is possibly its predecessor - see here (where it's dated to 1876) for a discussion about this. SW 7889 5378. Paul E. Barnett (2015). Grade II listed.
Gorran Churchtown, St. Gorran. Another view. SW 9995 4231. Both from old postcards in Christopher Skottowe's Collection. A modern view, Paul E. Barnett (2016). Link. Grade II* listed. For related listed features, see here.
Gorran Haven, St. Just. SX 0127 4161. From an old postcard in Geoff Watt's Collection. A modern view, Paul E. Barnett (2016). Another view, and the interior, both Chris Kippin (2018). Link. Grade II* listed. The Methodist Church on Canton was originally Wesleyan. It evidently closed between the only two Streetview visits in 2009 and 2023, as it's now called The Old Chapel. SX 0112 4151. Paul E. Barnett (2016). Haven Church, recently re-named from Mount Zion Church. It shows on older maps as Mount Zion Chapel, or Ind. Chapel. SX 0125 4164. Paul E. Barnett (2016). Link.
Gorran High Lanes, the former Methodist Chapel, originally Wesleyan. It pre-dates a map of 1888. SW 9881 4313. Paul E. Barnett (2016).
Grade, St. Grada (or Grade) and the Holy Cross. Interior view. SW 7121 1430. Both Chris Kippin (2019). Link. Grade I listed.
Grampound, St. Nun, a chapel of ease of 1869 on the site of an earlier chapel. SW 9359 4831. Paul E. Barnett (2015). Link. Grade II listed. The former Bible Christian Church on Creed Lane, of 1881. SW 9351 4827. Paul E. Barnett (2015). Link. The former Sunday School of the demolished Grampound Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, which was built in 1825 and stood off the main road at SW 9342 4834. Known as Grampound West Methodist Chapel from 1932, it was sold in 1970, but subsequently demolished. The Sunday School itself stood very close to or adjacent to the chapel, and was converted to residential use in 1975.
Jo Lewis (2018). The site of the demolished Congregational Church. Built in 1784, there are references to Independent and Baptist Chapels in the 1820's, which may have been this church. It was closed in the 1940's and later demolished. SW 9349 4839. Jo Lewis (2018).
Grampound Road, the Methodist Church on Fore Street, built as Wesleyan. SW 9151 5045. Graeme Harvey (2015). Another view, Paul E. Barnett (2017). Link, which dates it to 1866. A former Mission Church stands on South Street at
SW 9161 5039. The 25" O.S. map of 1907 labels it as a school, with a Mission Ch. directly behind it, but the 6" map of 1908 labels the whole site as Misn. Ch. The date-stone does say "School". Both Chris Kippin (2022). The former Grampound Road Mission Church. SW 9172 5021. Jo Lewis. Link.
Green Bottom, former chapel, now in commercial use. It shows as Wesleyan Methodist on a map of 1888. It appears to have gone out of use by 1907, as a map of that vintage doesn't label it as a place of worship. SW 7713 4513. A little way to the west is a former Methodist Chapel at SW 7664 4507, converted to residential use. It's labelled on older maps as Bible Christian. It pre-dates the 1888 map, and was still active into the second half of the last century. Both Paul E. Barnett (2014).
Gulval, St. Gudwal on Posses Lane. SW 4847 3176. From an old postcard (franked 1905) in Steve Bulman's Collection. A modern view, Paul E. Barnett (2014). Previously in the "Unknown" section, this old family photograph shows Helen Howes' relative Isabella Gee in a churchyard. My appreciation to Greg Mishevski for the identification, who also advises that the spelling of the Saint has been at various times Gudwal, Gulval and Gulwal. Link. Grade II* listed. The lych-gate is also listed, as grade II. Methodist Church on Trevarrack Road and Green Lane. It's dated here to 1884, as Wesleyan, with closure circa 2004. SW 479 317. David Gallimore. Another view, Paul E. Barnett (2014). Grade II listed. Its Wesleyan predecessor of 1822 stands a short distance away on Trevarrack Road. Converted, it's now called Wesley Villa (2023 Streetview). SW 4792 3171. The source already given says that the Methodist congregation now meets in the village hall, the old Sunday School (2023 Streetview), which stands on School Lane at SW 4819 3173. I haven't been able to find a website however, and the village hall website makes no mention of Methodist services, so the congregation may have folded.
Gunnislake.
Gunwalloe, St. Winwaloe. Three additional views - 1, 2, 3. SW 6602 2055. All Chris Kippin (2018). Link. Grade I listed. For related listed features, see here.
Gweek, Mission Church. SW 7067 2701. Paul E. Barnett (2018). Link. The former Methodist Church was built as Wesleyan in 1887. This source says it was built on the site of an earlier chapel, and was closed in 1991. SW 7054 2684. Paul E. Barnett (2018). Grade II listed.
Gwennap, St. Wenappa. SW 7389 4011. Carole Sarvis. Two more views - 1, 2, the detached bell tower (grade I listed) and the war memorial, all Paul E. Barnett (2023). Link. Grade I listed. Numerous features in the churchyard are listed here.
Gwinear, St. Gwinear. Another view. SW 5950 3737. Both Carole Sarvis. Link. Grade I listed. For related listed features, see here. Janet Gimber has advised that the former church (1893), converted to residential use, was a school. SW 5985 3739. Paul E. Barnett (2015). Old maps show a Wesleyan Methodist Chapel at the east end of the village, at SW 5990 3736. Pre-dating a map of 1888, it had been closed and demolished by the mid-20th century. It stood on the opposite side of the road from the garden shed seen in a Streetview from 2023.
Gwithian, St. Gothian. SW 5864 4126. Link. Grade II* listed. The lych-gate is also listed as grade II. Standing adjacent is this building, perhaps a mortuary chapel or church hall - can you identify it? Janet Gimber has advised that this was a school. Both Paul E. Barnett (2015). Methodist Chapel (Wesleyan, of circa 1810). SW 5863 4116. Paul E. Barnett (2014). Link. Grade II* listed. The remains of St. Gothian's Oratory stands at SW 5883 4183. Paul E. Barnett (2015). Link.

Halsetown, St. Ives - see St. Ives.
Halton Quay. The tiny chapel of St. Indract hasn't been seen by Streetview, but a photo can be seen here. SX 4116 6460. Large scale O.S. maps show a Chapel, and Chapel (Rems. of) close to each other a little way upriver from Halton Quay. They haven't been seen by Streetview, and I haven't been able to discover anything about them.
Harrowbarrow, All Saints. Another view. SX 4007 7024. Both Paul E. Barnett (2018). Link. Bible Christian Chapel of 1842. SX 3988 7012. Paul E. Barnett (2018). A 2022 Streetview provides another view. Grade II listed.
Hayle.
Heamoor, St. Thomas. SW 4638 3145. Paul E. Barnett (2014). Link. The former Methodist Chapel on Polmennor Road and Chapel Road was built as Bible Christian. It's dated here to 1865. SW 4623 3153. Paul E. Barnett (2014). Another view, from Streetview in 2023. Wesley Rock Methodist Church on Rock Terrace and Main Street. SW 4629 3144. Paul E. Barnett (2014). Link. Its predecessor (2023 Streetview) of 1842 stands adjacent on Rock Terrace. It became the Sunday School for the later chapel.
Helford, the former St. Paul's Mission church, now a cafe. Another view. SW 7589 2606. Both Chris Kippin (2019).
Heligan. In the famous "Lost Gardens of Heligan" is a feature called the Holy Well, though I haven't been able to establish any history for it. Paul E. Barnett (2021).
Helland, St. Helena. SX 0752 7101. Bill Henderson (2017). Link. Grade II* listed. The churchyard gateway is also listed, as grade II. Methodist Church, originally Wesleyan, of 1878. From Streetview, the church appears to have closed after 2011 (when there is church signage present) and 2022 when it seems to be being converted. SX 0733 7115. Bill Henderson (2009). Grade II listed.
Helston.
Helstone, the former Wesleyan Methodist (later Bible Christian) Chapel, as seen by Streetview in 2021. Labelled as Wesleyan on a map of 1889, the next available large scale map of 1907 labels it as Bible Christian. It's date-stone is for 1826. SX 0892 8137. Link. There's also a former Bible Christian Chapel at SX 0888 8134. Its grade II listing dates it to "circa early C19". On the 1907 map it's a Sunday School. It was seen by Streetview in 2014. Link.
Herodsfoot, All Saints. Its grade II listing dates it to 1850. SX 2158 6047. Paul E. Barnett (2017). Link. Older maps show Zion Chapel (Bible Christian) along a narrow pathway off Fore Street, at SX 2151 6042. Pre-dating a map of 1888, it was still active into the second half of the last century, by which time it was presumably Methodist. It hasn't been seen by Streetview, but a photo of it can be seen here, obviously converted to residential use. It has a date-stone for 1851.
Hessenford, St. Anne, as seen by Streetview in 2009. More photos of the church (exterior and interior) are available here. SX 3078 5748. Link. Grade II listed, wherein it's dated to an 1871 re-build of an original of  1832. The village also had a Methodist Chapel, which shows as Wesleyan on a map of 1888. It was still active into the second half of the last century. A Streetview from 2015 shows the original chapel (or a later re-build on the same site) at left. The right hand part post-dates the 1888 map. SX 3067 5729.
Hick's Mill, the Methodist Church, built as Bible Christian. Another view. SW 7663 4106. Both Paul E. Barnett (2022). Link.
High Street, the former Primitive Methodist (later Free United) Chapel, which pre-dates a map of 1881. Another view. SW 9655 5333. Both Paul E. Barnett (2017). Another view, Jo Lewis (2019). Link, which says it was disused by WWII - though O.S. maps beyond the mid-20th century still show it as a place of worship.
Horsedowns, the 1862 Wesleyan Methodist Church. SW 6177 3416. Paul E. Barnett (2016).
Hugus, a glimpse of the Wesleyan Methodist Chapel. Its grade II listing dates it to 1830. A 2009 Streetview provides a slightly better view. SW 7740 4389. Paul E. Barnett (2017).

Illogan.
Illogan Downs, the former Methodist Chapel (originally Wesleyan) of 1861. SW 6644 4311. Paul E. Barnett (2015). This source says it was closed in 1975, and speculates that there may have been an earlier chapel, later used as the Sunday School, which stands or stood set back from the other side of the road at SW 6639 4205. If it survives, it's the long building seen here in a Streetview from 2020. The same source also mentions references to a Free Methodist Chapel hereabouts, but it remains un-located.
Illogan Highway, Methodist Church on Agar Road, built as Wesleyan before 1880, when it shows on the OS map of that vintage. When still available, the church website, said that three church buildings (1843, 1888 and 1903) made up the present church; it isn't clear which of these are visible in the photo. However, the building at left bears date 1839. Another view. SW 6794 4160. Both Paul E. Barnett (2014 and 2023). It had evidently closed by 2023, as a Streetview from then shows a "for sale" sign. The site of Chili Road United Methodist Free Chapel. The small plaque at top right also mentions that Thomas Merrit, was organist here. More on Thomas here. Interior and exterior photos are available here. SW 6794 4172. Paul E. Barnett (2015).
Indian Queens, Immanuel Church (United Methodist Free Church, 1876) on Chapel Road. Its date-stone reads Queens Immanuel Church. SW 9163 5875. Paul E. Barnett (2016). South-east of the church is a Preaching Pit of 1850. Not visible to Streetview, photos of it can be found here. SW 9180 5866. The Methodist Church on Chapel Road was originally Wesleyan. Two more views - 1, 2. SW 9184 5900. All Paul E. Barnett (2016 and 2022). Link. On early maps, a Wesleyan Chapel is shown round the corner on St. Francis Road, at SW 91884 5902, and was presumably the predecessor of the present church. In a 2010 Streetview, the building at the right is the Sunday School dated 1924; the earlier chapel stood at about where the telegraph pole is. Both Paul E. Barnett (2016). Mission Church of St. Francis on St. Francis Road, as seen by Streetview in 2009. SW 9164 5912. Link.
Innis Downs, the Methodist chapel of 1846, originally Bible Christian, and successor to an earlier chapel of 1820 (source). It stands within an older Quaker burial ground. SX 0263 6217. Paul E. Barnett (2016). Link. Grade II listed.

Jacobstow, St. James. SX 1981 9584. Kevin Price (2017). Link. Grade I listed. A churchyard monument is also listed, as grade II. About a mile S.S.W. of the village, at Headon Cross, is Eden Methodist Church. It has a date-stone for 1893, and was originally Bible Christian. SX 1945 9428. Both Chris Kippin (2024). Link. Its predecessor - the Sunday School after the new chapel was built - stands a short distance away at SX 1937 9444. Streetview saw it in 2009.

Kea (or St. Kea), All Hallows (1894). It was built as a replacement on the same site for a chapel-of-ease (built in 1801) for the church at Old Kea. Another view, the churchyard gate, porch, and the cockerel weather-vane. SW 8101 4265. All Carole Sage (2017). Another view, Paul E. Barnett (2016). Link. Grade II* listed. For related listed features, see here.
Kehelland, the
Methodist Church (originally Wesleyan) at SW 6219 4106. Link. Both Paul E. Barnett (2015). Older maps show, about of a mile to the S.E., a Free United Methodist Chapel. It hasn't survived, though its Sunday School of 1906, which stood adjacent, has. It, and the site of the chapel which stood to its left, can be seen in a Streetview from 2023. The chapel pre-dates a map of 1887, and survived in active use into the second half of the last century. SW 6254 4083.
Kelly Bray (or Kellybray), has or had a Wesleyan Methodist Chapel
. It pre-dates a map of 1883, and seems to have gone out of use by 1961. It hasn't been seen by Streetview, but an old photo of it can be seen here. Recent aerial views suggest that the building survives. SX 3616 7182.
Kenneggy, Methodist Church
(originally Wesleyan). SW 5708 2920. Paul E. Barnett (2015). It's dated here to 1841 (later re-fronted), and this source, which includes interior photos, says it was closed in 2018.
Kenwyn, St. Keyne - see the Truro page.
Kestle, the former Bible Christian Chapel. SW 9910 4527. Jo Lewis (2018).
Kestle Mill, the former Methodist Chapel, originally Wesleyan. It pre-dates a map of 1881. SW 8507 5922. Paul E. Barnett (2022).
Kilkhampton, St. James. SS 2526 1134. From an old postcard in Geoff Watt's Collection. A modern view, Graeme Harvey (2010). Link. Grade I listed. For related listed features, see here. The attractive Methodist Church on Kilkhampton Road, originally Wesleyan. SS 2535 1136. Graeme Harvey (2010). Link. Christian Fellowship on Kilkhampton Road. As of 2024, Streetview says this is "permanently closed". SS 2541 1153. Graeme Harvey (2010). Older maps show an otherwise un-named Chap. on West Street at SS 2528 1141. In all likelihood it was the Bible Christian Chapel mentioned by Genuki. Can you confirm this? The grey and white building on the chapel's site was seen by Streetview in 2009.
Kingsand, the former St. Paul on Jackman's Meadow, as seen by Streetview in 2023. SX 4336 5070. Link, wherein it's dated to 1881-2, finally closing as a church in 1952, when it became a church hall. It now serves as a community hall. Older maps show a Chapel on The Green at SX 4344 5056. It's dated here to 1801. In this Streetview from 2023, the former chapel stands or stood where the building is on the right with the projecting roof.

Ladock, St. Ladoca. SW 8945 5099. Bill Henderson. The font, Christopher Skottowe (1973). Link. Grade I listed. See here for related listed features. The former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel is dated 1816, and is now in residential use. Another view. SW 8922 5092. Both Paul E. Barnett (2017).
Laity Moor - see Lidgey, below.
Lamorna, the former Borah Wesleyan Methodist Chapel. It's dated here to 1878, a re-build of an earlier chapel of 1817, and closed in 1981. It now appears to be in residential use. SW 4382 2471. Paul E. Barnett (2021).
Lamorran, St. Morenna or Moran. SW 8786 4177. Paul E. Barnett (2016). Another view,
Jo Lewis, who advises that the church is currently (2017) closed because of bats. This source advises that the church was closed in 2014. Bat remediation works ensued, and the church was re-opened in 2023. Link.
Landewednack, St. Lanty or St. Winwallow. SW 7114 1267. From an old postcard in Geoff Watt's Collection. A modern view, Chris Kippin (2018), and another Richard Pykett (2018). Link. Grade I listed.
Landrake, St. Michael. Older maps call it St. Peter. SX 3740 6051. James Murray. Another view, Paul E. Barnett (2015). And an old postcard view, from Reg Dosell's Collection. Link (includes interior view). Grade I listed. For listed monuments, etc., see here. Former Methodist Chapel (and adjoining school) on Church Street, now both private residences. Both are dated 1895, and were built as Wesleyan. SX 3740 6042. James Murray. The new Methodist Church was built behind the old chapel in 2006. Interior view. SX 3737 6042. Both James Murray. Link. The village also has a former Primitive Methodist Chapel on Pound Hill. This source says that it became known a
s Landrake North Methodist Church after union in 1932 (the Wesleyan having become Landrake South Methodist Church at the same time). It was closed in 1963. It was seen by Streetview in 2021. SX 3725 6072.
Landreyne, the site (somewhere within the field) of what O.S. maps mark as Chapel (Site of), as seen by Streetview in 2009. It's mentioned here. SX 2864 7596.
Landulph, St. Leonard and St. Dilpe. SX 4311 6152. From an old postcard in Steve Bulman's Collection. A 2023 Streetview provides a modern view. Link. Grade I listed. Also listed, both at grade II, are a sundial and a monument.
Laneast, St. Sidwell and St. Gulval, as seen by Streetview in 2021. Some sources have it as St. Sidwell and St. Gulvat, or just St. Sidwell. More photos (exterior and interior) are available here. SX 2280 8400. Link. Grade I listed. A number of churchyard monuments, and the lych-gate, are listed separately, and they can be found here. Older O.S. maps show some way to the N.W. a Wesleyan Methodist Chapel. It seems to survive, incorporated into a house - the wing parallel with the road - and it was seen by Streetview in 2010. Its probably the chapel dated here to 1861, and it survived in active use into the second half of the last century, by which time it was presumably just Methodist. SX 2251 8441. 
Lanhargy, the former Methodist Chapel, built as Wesleyan. Another view, showing the date-stone for 1802, though this source says it dates from 1840. Perhaps the date-stone was re-used from an earlier chapel. Confusingly, its Geograph entry, quoting from another source which is no longer available, dates it to 1911, replacing a predecessor of 1848. SX 3235 7491. Both Paul E. Barnett (2022).
Lanhydrock, St. Hydroc, in the grounds of Lanhydrock House, a National Trust property. SX 0851 6363. Robin Pizzy. Another view, Paul E. Barnett (2015). Two further views - 1, 2, the porch, two interior views - 1, 2, and the altar. There is an ancient cross in the churchyard. All Steve Bulman (2010). Link. Grade I listed. For related listed features, see here.
Lanivet, St. Ia (or St. Nivet). Another view. SX 0394 6421. Both Paul E. Barnett (2016). Another view,
Bill Henderson (2017). One of the churchyard crosses, Christopher Skottowe (1973). Grade I listed. Several crosses and monuments in the churchyard are listed separately - they can be found here. The remains of St. Benedict's Chapel at SX 0381 6364, formerly part of St. Benet's Abbey. Paul E. Barnett (2016). Link. The former Bible Christian Chapel (1883) at SX 0378 6412. Paul E. Barnett (2016). Older maps mark a Wesleyan Methodist Chapel a little way north of the B.C. Chapel, at SX 0375 6419. It, or a later building with the same footprint, can be seen in a Streetview from 2011. The B.C. and Wesleyan chapels both pre-date a map of 1907.
Lanjeth, the former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, which is now in use as a child care centre. Built in 1867, it was enlarged in 1887. Another view. SW 9768 5286. Both Paul E. Barnett (2017).
Lanlivery, St. Bryvyth (Brevita). Older O.S. maps call it St. Manaccus & St. Dunstan. Another view. SX 0799 5904. Both Paul E. Barnett (2015). Link. Its grade I listing includes interior photos. Numerous churchyard monuments etc. are also listed - see here. A little way to the N.W. at Pennant is a former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, at SX 0749 5932. It pre-dates a map of 1888. It appears to be in residential use, and was seen by Streetview in 20021.
Lanner, Christ Church (1845, restored 1883). Another view. SW 7146 3979. Both Paul E. Barnett (2015.
 Link. The former Primitive Methodist Church, now used as a band room. It's dated here to circa 1858-1976, with a re-build on the same site in 1903. SW 7228 3990. Paul E. Barnett (2014). The Methodist Church, on Rough Street was originally Wesleyan. SW 7160 3989. What was the Church Hall, which stands just a few yards away, is now home to the congregation, and the church itself had been put up for sale no later than 2021 (Streetview). SW 7156 3999. Paul E. Barnett (2014). Link. The former Bible Christian Chapel on Lanner Hill, now in use as the village hall. SW 7153 4005. Paul E. Barnett (2014).
Lanreath, St. Marnarch and St. Dunstan. SX 1812 5691. Link1. Link2. Grade I listed. The Methodist Church, built as Wesleyan in 1885 on Meadow Road. SX 1792 5678. Both Paul E. Barnett (2017).
Lansallos, St. Ildierna, as seen by Streetview in 2023. SX 1724 5159.
Link. Grade I listed. Numerous headstones and a tomb are also listed here. About a mile to the N.E. is the converted former Free United Methodist Chapel at SX 1779 5221. Seen by Streetview in 2023, it pre-dates a map of 1882 and seems to have gone out of use in the mid-20th century. The chapel itself isn't listed, but the adjacent burial ground has a grade II listed monument. In the listing the chapel is referred to as Chy Chapel.
Lanteglos, St. Julitta. SX 0881 8234.
Bill Henderson (2017). Link. Grade I listed. For related listings, see here.
Lanteglos-by-Fowey, St. Wyllow. Another view. SX 1447 5153. Previously in the "Unknown" section, these photos were rescued from destruction by Ian Lewis, and identified by Janet Gimber. Another solved Unknown is this interior from John Bowdler's Collection - identified by "Stiffleaf", who has many more photos of the church on Flickr.
 Link. Grade I listed. A churchyard cross is also listed, as grade II.
Lanteglos Highway, Methodist Chapel, built as Wesleyan in 1884. SX 1482 5372. Paul E. Barnett (2015). It has evidently been converted to residential use at some point, and now bears a house sign for "The Old Chapel". 2023 Streetview
Latchley, the former St. Michael and All Angels (1883), now in residential use. SX 4110 7310. Paul E. Barnett (2018). Methodist Chapel, originally Wesleyan. SX 4081 7361. Paul E. Barnett (2018). Grade II listed, wherein it's dated to 1824. It survived in active use at least into the mid-20th century.
Launcells, St. Swithin. It's labelled on older maps as St. Andrew. Interior view. SS 2439 0572. Both Graeme Harvey (2011). Another interior view, fragments of wall-paintings, a handsome tomb, and the font, all Paul E. Barnett (2017). Link. Grade I listed. For related listed features, see here. The Methodist Church stands some distance to the east at Launcells Cross, at SS 2642 0642. It has a date-stone for 1907, as Wesleyan. According to the church website, the church has been closed.
  Chris Kippin (2024).
Launceston.
Lawhitton, St. Michael. SX 3554 8236. Paul E. Barnett (2018). Link. Grade II* listed.
Leedstown, the former St. James Mission Church. SW 6083 3465. Paul E. Barnett (2014). The Methodist Chapel on Chapel Road was originally Wesleyan, and has a date-stone for 1862. SW 6054 3421. Paul E. Barnett (2014). Link, which includes several interior photos. There was also a Bible Christian Chapel on Praze Road, at SW 6054 3445. Seen by Streetview in 2011, it's evidently now in secular use. It's dated here (where there's an old photo) to 1837 to "before 1932".
Lelant, St. Uny. There is a small chapel adjacent (confirmed as a mortuary chapel by Janet Gimber) dating from 1879 (date-stone). SW 5482 3773. Both Paul E. Barnett (2014). Link. Grade I listed. There are also four listed stone crosses - their listings can be seen here. The former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel is dated here to 1834, closing in 1988. It also says that they had an earlier chapel which stood where the former Primitive Methodist Chapel is. SW 5426 3677. Paul E. Barnett (2014). The former Primitive Methodist Chapel on Fore Street, as seen by Streetview in 2023. Now the village hall, it dates from 1859 (source), replacing an earlier chapel, bought in 1834 from the Wesleyans. Its closure is dated to 1909 here. Bowl Rock Chapel House was originally Lelant Downs Wesleyan Chapel. SW 5224 3668. The rock after which it is named was, according to local legend, played with by giants. Both Paul E. Barnett (2014). A speculative entry now - Lelant Abbey. According to the website of the holiday let, the building has been in secular use since 1581, but before that it is supposed to have belonged to the priory on St. Michael's Mount, and used as respite housing for the monks from the priory. As such, it could well have had a chapel. SW 5424 3686. Paul E. Barnett (2017).
Lesnewth, St. Michael and All Angels. The interior and font. SX 1308 9030.
All  Chris Kippin (2024). Link. Grade II* listed. A number of churchyard monuments, and the lych-gate, are listed separately, and they can be found here.
Lewannick, St. Martin. SX 2761 8070. Paul E. Barnett (2018). Link1. Link2. Grade II* listed. The former Ebenezer Bible Christian Chapel, which pre-dates a map of 1884. An old photo of it can be seen here. SX 2735 8040. Paul E. Barnett (2018).
Lezant, St. Brioc(h)us. According to an information board, the church received it's current dedication in 1250, and the tower dates from 1480. SX 3385 7909. Carole Sage (1999). The following interior views are Carole Sage (1999) - 1, 4, and the font; 2 and 3 are old postcards from Carole's Collection. Another view,
Paul E. Barnett (2022). Link. Grade II* listed. A churchyard chest-tomb is also listed, as grade II. Old maps show, at about a mile to the north, St. Lawrence's Chapel, St. Lawrence's Chapel (Remains of), and St. Lawrence's Well. The grade II listing for St. Lawrence's sa
ys "Shown on OS map as St Lawrence's Chapel. Farmhouse, possibly incorporating remains of domestic chapel". Not well seen by Streetview, a photo of it can be seen here (scroll down).
Lidgey, Greek Orthodox Church of the Archangel Michael and St Piran. As one might suspect from its appearance, it was originally a Methodist Chapel (built as Wesleyan) - marked as such on a map of 1908. SW 7564 3642. Paul E. Barnett (2015). Link, which gives its address as Laity Moor. The About Us page dates the chapel to 1886, and bought in 1996, describing it as "dilapidated ex-Methodist".
Linkinhorne, St. Melor (or Melorus, or Mylor). Another view. SX 3196 7357. Both Paul E. Barnett (2018). Link. Grade I listed. For related listed features, see here.
Liskeard.
Little Petherick, St. Petroc Minor. SW 9183 7215. Bill Henderson (2009). Link. Grade I listed. For related listed features, see here. There's a former Methodist Chapel at Tregonna, labelled as Wesleyan on a map of 1889. It was seen by Streetview in 2023. It's dated here to circa 1861 - circa 1972. SW 9157 7221.
Lizard, The Lizard Chapel (Methodist, originally Wesleyan). It's dated here (where there are interior photos) to 1864, replacing an earlier chapel on Cross Common. SW 7066 1252. Paul E. Barnett (2014).  Another view, Chris Kippin (2018). Grade II listed. This source has a photo of the converted earlier chapel. I've managed to find it - it was seen by Streetview in 2022. SW 7079 1283. The village also has a former United Methodist Chapel, (2009 Streetview). Pre-dating a map of 1879, according to this source it was closed in 1935 when the congregation joined with the Wesleyans. SW 7032 1265. The 25" O.S. map of 1907 shows R.C. Church on an apparently un-named road linking Penmenner Road and Lizard Head Lane. Although it's not clear which building is meant, aerial views show that it has probably been demolished, and the building seen here in the background of a Streetview from 2009 stands on or close to its site. It may have been the Our Lady of the Lizard mentioned here as a private chapel. SW 7022 1236.
Lockengate, Mission Church. SX 033 614. Paul E. Barnett (2016).
London Apprentice, the former Primitive Methodist Chapel (1870), now used as tourist accommodation. SX 006 502. Paul E. Barnett (2015).
Long Downs, the former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel. It pre-dated a map of 1907. If anything of the chapel survives, it's the protruding bit at the back. SW 7455 3415. Paul E. Barnett (2024).
Longrock, Wesleyan Chapel (1888). SW 503 315. Paul E. Barnett (2014).
Looe.
Lostwithiel.
Ludgvan, St. Paul. SW 505 330. Paul E. Barnett (2014). Another view, Bill Henderson (2018). Link. Grade II* listed.
Luxulyan,
St. Cyriacus (or Ciricius) & St. Julitta Church. SX 0520 5807. Link1. Link2. Grade I listed. Numerous churchyard monuments, etc. are listed separately here. Bridges Methodist Church, originally Bible Christian. Map evidence dates it to between 1888 and 1907. SX 0498 5817. Both Paul E. Barnett (2021).

Mabe Burnthouse, St. Laudus. SW 7574 3248. Paul E. Barnett (2022). Link. The former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel. It has a date-stone for 1868. Another view. SW 7583 3407. Both Paul E. Barnett (2024). The local Methodist Congregation now meets at Mabe Community Centre on Cunningham Park. Another view. SW 7665 3440. Both Paul E. Barnett (2022). Link.
Madron, St. Maddern (or St. Madrona). SW 453 318. Link. Grade I listed. Methodist Church, built as Wesleyan. SW 453 318.  Link. Both Paul E. Barnett (2014). The remains of Madron Well Chapel at SW 446 328. Two further views - 1, 2. All Paul E. Barnett (2018). Link.
Maker - photos of St. Julian (exterior and interior) are available here. Depending on the source consulted, it can also be seen as St. Mary and St. Julian, and St. Macra. SX 4462 5200. Grade I listed. Various churchyard monuments, are listed separately, and they can be found here.
Malpas, the former St. Andrew's Mission Church is now called St. Andrew's Hall, and forms part of the local community centre. SW 842 425.
Jo Lewis. The Old Chapel, now residential, shows on old maps as United Methodist. SW 841 425. Jo Lewis (2017). The former Malpas Methodist Chapel, now converted to residential use. Jo Lewis.
Manhay, the Wesleyan Chapel of 1844. SW 697 307.
Paul E. Barnett (2016).
Manaccan, St. Manaccus & St. Dunstan. Interior view. SW 7639 2503. Both Chris Kippin (2019). An old postcard view, from
Paul E. Barnett's Collection. Link. Grade I listed. Meneage Methodist Church, originally Wesleyan. Its date-stone is for 1867. A 2021 news item discusses its planned closure in August of that year. It also says that services had lately been held in the adjacent hall, seen here in a Streetview from 2021. SW 7570 2490. Chris Kippin (2019).
Marazion.
Marhamchurch, St. Marwenne. SS 2231 0369. Reproduced by kind permission from the Uglow Family History website. Another view, and the interior, both
  Chris Kippin (2024). Link. Grade I listed. The Methodist Church stands on Pinch Hill, and is dated 1905. On a map of 1906 it's labelled as Bible Christian, with a Sunday School adjacent. Presumably this was an earlier chapel, and it's dated 1861. SS 2237 0378. Both  Chris Kippin (2024). Link. There used to be a Wesleyan Methodist Chapel here too. It shows on old maps on the corner of Hobbacott Lane and Hilton Road at SS 2256 0364. Demolished, the house built on its site was seen by Streetview in 2022.
Maryfield, St. Philip & St. James. Another view. SX 424 562. Both Paul E. Barnett (2015).
Mawgan-in-Meneage, St. Mawgan. Photos of the exterior and interior can be found here. SW 7095 2509. Grade I listed. Numerous structures in the churchyard are listed separately, and they can be found here.
Mawla, Methodist Church (originally Wesleyan, of 1908). SW 7023 4587. Another view. Both
Paul E. Barnett (2015 and 2022). Its immediate predecessor stood across the road, at SW 7028 4586. Dated here to 1842, it also says it was subsequently used as a Sunday School, but has since been demolished. It's site was seen by Streetview in 2009. About of a mile north-east of the village, O.S. maps mark Chapel (Supposed site of), at SW 7054 4614. Its site was seen by Streetview in 2019, just past the gate.
Mawnan, St. Mawnan (1231) on Old Church Road. The lych-gate. Interior view, organ and font. SW 787 272. Link. Grade II* listed. St. Edward (R.C.). SW 784 282. Link. All Paul E. Barnett (2015).
Mawnan Smith, St. Michael. SW 7783 2861. Paul E. Barnett (2017).
 Link. Grade II listed. The Methodist Church was originally Wesleyan, of 1815, and stands on Carwinion Road at SW 7786 2870. Another view. Both Paul E. Barnett (2017). Link. Grade II listed. A former Bible Christian Chapel stands in the once separate hamlet of Carlidnack. Later United Methodist, and Methodist, it was seen by Streetview in 2021. Post-dating a map of 1888, it's closure is given here as 1967 or 1968. SW 7795 2940. The same source speculates that what was the chapel's Sunday School may have been an earlier chapel. It shows on O.S. maps at SW 7802 2946. Now converted into a garage, it was also seen in 2021.
Maxworthy, the former Maxworthy United Methodist Chapel, which has a date-stone for 1879. It shows on older maps as Bible Christian - the date of 1879 must apply to its erection by the B.C.'s, as the United Methodist Church wasn't formed until 1907. SX 2502 9269. Both
  Chris Kippin (2024).
Menheniot, St. Lalluwy. Three additional views - 1, 2, 3. SX 287 628. Link. Grade I listed. Methodist Church (1904-5, formerly Wesleyan). SX 291 628. Link. The former United Methodist Free Church (on the left of the road). SX 290 628. All
Paul E. Barnett (2018).
Merrymeet, St. Mary the Virgin. Another view. SX 279 661. Link. The former Methodist Church, now in residential use. SX 282 659. Link. All
Paul E. Barnett (2018).
Merther, the ruined church of St. Coan or Cohan. SW 8624 4474. Grade II listed. The site of the earlier St. Cohan's Chapel is at SW 8664 4486. Jo advises that it dated from circa 1370, and was demolished and all of its stone robbed by 1860. The former Merther Lane Wesleyan Methodist Chapel stands some way south at SW 8607 4332. All Jo Lewis.
Metherell, Particular Baptist Chapel. SX 407 693. Mission Room. SX 405 694. Bible Christian Chapel. SX 410 696. All Paul E. Barnett (2018).
Mevagissey, St. Peter. Another view, and an interior view. SX 013 453. Link. Grade II* listed. Bible Christian Chapel (1896). SX 013 450. St. Andrews U.R.C. was originally a Congregational School (1873). SX 014 449. All Paul E. Barnett (2015).
Millbrook, All Saints. SX 423 522. Methodist Church, formerly Wesleyan, dating from 1873. SX 424 524. Link. Cemetery Chapel. SX 423 518. All James Murray.
Milltown, the site of the Chapel of Our Lady, attested to in the 12th century. SX 10698 67637. Paul E. Barnett (2019).
Minions, the former Primitive Methodist Chapel (1863), now converted to residential use. SX 263 713. Paul E. Barnett (2018).
Minster, St. Merteriana (sometimes St. Merthiana). The interior and the font. SX 1107 9048. All
  Chris Kippin (2024). Link. More photos can be seen here. The grade I listing also has numerous photos. Various churchyard monuments, and the lych-gate, which are listed separately, can be found here.
Mitchell, the former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel. It's dated here to 1845. SW 8590 5451. O.S. maps mark St. Francis's Chapel (Site of) at the eastern edge of the village, at SW 8620 5465. A house stands on the site today. Both Paul E. Barnett (2022).
Mithian, the converted former Methodist Chapel (originally Wesleyan), and its converted Sunday School. An on-line source dates it to 1836, with closure in 1983. SW 7457 5035. Both Paul E. Barnett (2018 and 2022).
Molingey, the site of an ancient chapel dedicated to the Blessed Virgin Mary. References to it are few and far between. Paul found it mentioned in a book of local walks. The only on-line reference I can find is here, in a scan from The Saints of Cornwall, where the author gives a slightly different grid reference. SX 009 502. Paul E. Barnett (2018).
Morvah, St. Bridget and St. Morwetha. Originally dedicated in 1409, it was completely re-built in 1828. SW 401 355. Paul E. Barnett (2015). Link. Wesleyan Methodist Chapel. The date-stone isn't quite clear in Paul's photo, but I think it's 1865 or 1866. SW 401 353. Paul E. Barnett (2018).
Morval, St. Wenna. SX 260 567. Paul E. Barnett (2017). Link. Grade I listed.
Morwenstow, St. Morwenna and St. John the Baptist. SS 205 153. Nick Hopton. Link.
Mount, the former Methodist Chapel. It shows on a map of 1907 as Bible Christian. Another view. SX 1472 6800.
Both Chris Kippin (2022).
Mount Hawke, St. John the Baptist, the consecration of which is dated here to 1878. Another view. SW 7162 4712. Both Paul E. Barnett (2017 and 2022). Link. The Methodist Church on Fore Street was built as Wesleyan. SW 7155 4754. Both Paul E. Barnett (2022).
Mount Hermon, the former Methodist Chapel. SW 701 158. Chris Kippin (2019).
Mountjoy, the former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, which pre-dates a map surveyed 1879-80. SW 8714 6027. Paul E. Barnett (2022).
Mousehole, St. Clement's Methodist Church, built as Wesleyan in 1784, re-built in 1833. SW 468 261. Andrew Ross. Another view, Paul E. Barnett (2014). Grade II* listed.
Mullion.
Mylor, St. Mylor on Penarrow Road. Mostly of the C15, there is some Norman fabric, and it was re-roofed in the 19th. The churchyard gate. St. Mylor was, according to tradition, martyred in 411. SW 820 352. Both Paul E. Barnett (2016). Two additional views - 1, 2, and the interior. All Carole Sarvis. Grade I listed.
Mylor Bridge, Methodist Church (1792) originally Wesleyan. SW 804 363. Paul E. Barnett (2016).

Nancegollan, the former Methodist Church, originally Wesleyan (1860- 1962), now the village hall, and identified by Janet Gimber. SW 638 323. Paul E. Barnett (2015).
Nancledra, the disused Wesleyan Chapel (1844, porch 1904). SW 496 360. Grade II listed. The former Primitive Methodist Chapel (1855) closed in 1963. SW 494 350. Link. The site of the demolished St. Hilary. Paul advises "demolished before 2011". SW 494 363. All Paul E. Barnett (2014).
Nanpean, St. George the Martyr. Another view. SW 963 558. Link. The site of the former St. George the Martyr is now a garden of remembrance. SW 963 558. Paul E. Barnett (2017). United Methodist Free Church. SW 959 562. All Paul E. Barnett (2017).
Nanstallon, St. Stephen. Photos are available here, where it's listed as "dedication unsure", but the church signboard, visible on a 2016 Streetview, show it as St. Stephen, as does the church website. SX 0364 6720.
Newbridge, the former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel. SW 424 315. Paul E. Barnett (2018).
Newlyn.
Newmill, Wesleyan Teetotal Chapel (1841). SW 457 343. Paul E. Barnett (2015).
New Mills, Bible Christian Chapel. SW 899 524. Paul E. Barnett (2017).
Newquay.
North Country, Chapel Cottage on Bassett Road, a former Free United Methodist Chapel. SW 6953 4372. Paul E. Barnett (2023). The former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel on Trenoweth Estate. Another view. SW 6936 4393. Both Paul E. Barnett (2017),  and another, Paul E. Barnett (2023). A Chapel of Rest is a former Primitive Methodist Chapel, and it has a date-stone for 1899. Another view
. SW 6900 4381. Paul E. Barnett (2015 and 2023). Link.
North Hill, St. Torney. Another view. SX 272 767. Both Paul E. Barnett (2018). Link. Grade I listed.
North Petherwin, St. Paternus (interior view). SX 282 895. From an old postcard in Andrew Ross's Collection. Link.
North Tamerton, St. Denys (or St. Denis). The interior and the font. SX 3119 9733.
All Chris Kippin (2024). Link. Grade I listed. The Methodist Church (note the estate agent's sign) stands to the west of the village at SX 3089 9721. It has a date-stone for 1932. This must be the date of a re-build, as earlier maps show a Bible Christian Chapel on the same site. Both Chris Kippin (2024).

Old Kea, the church (1862). Note the large granite stone, which was found in the foundations of the medieval church when it was being demolished. It is perhaps from a monastery believed to have been here in pre-Norman times, or it might be a much earlier pre-Christian stone. Two additional views - 1, 2, Interior view, two windows - 1, 2, and the font. SW 8443 4172. All Carole Sage (2017). Link. Grade II listing, which describes it as a Mission Chapel. The medieval church was demolished in 1802, except for the tower. The font from the church is said to have been taken to All Hallows at Kea. SW 8442 4170. Carole Sage (2017). Two more views - 1, 2, both Paul E. Barnett (2022). Link. Grade II* listed.
Old Pound, Mid Cornwall Christian Church (in fellowship with the Assemblies of God). This is a former Bible Christian Chapel at SW 974 555. There is a date in the roundel above the door, which I think says "1886". Another view. Both
Paul E. Barnett (2017). Link.
Otterham, St. Denys. The interior and font. SX 1683 9076.
Chris Kippin (2024). Link. Grade II* listed. Some items in the churchyard are listed separately, and they can be found here.

Padstow, St. Petroc. Two interior views - 1, 2, the Prideaux Monument, two of the many angels in the roof, and the superb font. SW 91595 75450. All Steve Bulman (2010). Another view, Paul E. Barnett (2019). The Church Rooms stand close by, Paul E. Barnett (2019). Link. St. John's Methodist Church on Church Lane was built as a Wesleyan Church in 1835. SW 917 754. Steve Bulman (2010). Chapel of Repose. SW 916 753. Paul E. Barnett (2015). Abbey House - an interesting and old building. Another view. So was this part of the Abbey, or perhaps just built on the grounds, or with stonework from the dissolved Abbey? Or is the name just a red herring? Pevsner makes no mention of this building (at least, not in my 1996 edition), which is odd. The Grade II* listing is also unforthcoming. SW 919 754. Both Paul E. Barnett (2015). Paul advises that Prideaux Place is built on the site of St. Petrock's Monastery and St. Sampson's Chapel. SW 91384 75527. Paul E. Barnett (2019).
Par.
Paul, St. Pol de Leon. SW 464 271. Andrew Ross. Another view. Bill Henderson (2009). Link1. Link2.
Pelynt, St. Nonna (or Nun). SX 203 550. Paul E. Barnett (2015). Link. Grade I listed. The former United Free Methodist Chapel. SX 203 551. Paul E. Barnett (2016). Methodist Church, built as Wesleyan. SX 204 549. Paul E. Barnett (2017).
Pendeen, St. John the Baptist. SW 383 341. Link. Grade II listed. The former Bible Christian Chapel. SW 385 344. Both Paul E. Barnett (2018).
Pengegon, Community Hall (1936) was at one time Kernow Spiritualist Centre. SW 658 398. Paul E. Barnett (2015).
Penhalvean, the former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel. SW 719 377. Paul E. Barnett (2015).
Penmarth, Methodist Church. It was originally Wesleyan. SW 7045 3549. The hall across the road was the Sunday School. SW 7044 3547. Both Paul E. Barnett (2021). The village used to have a church - Holy Trinity, commonly called Carnmenellis Church. Genuki dates it to 1851, with demolition in 1970 following a fire. A photo is available here, and the churchyard today can be seen here. SW 7024 3568. Paul E. Barnett (2022).
Penpol (or Penpoll), Methodist Church (1861). Another view. SW 81338 39081. Both Carole Sage (2017).
Penrose, the former Bible Christian Chapel. SW 87542 70772. Paul E. Barnett (2019).
Penryn.
Pensilva, St. John. SX 292 699. Paul E. Barnett (2018). Link. The former Salvation Army Hall at Middlehill. SX 290 695. Rob Kinnon-Brettle (2013). Mission Room. SX 292 698. Paul E. Barnett (2018). The former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel (1870), now converted to residential use. SX 289 698. Paul E. Barnett (2018). The former Bible Christian Chapel (1870?). SX 289 697. Paul E. Barnett (2018). The former United Methodist Church (1861) on Fore Street. SX 290 697. Paul E. Barnett (2018).
Pentewan, All Saints (1821). SX 020 472. Link.
Grade II listed. Wesleyan Methodist Chapel. SX 020 473. Both Paul E. Barnett (2017). The site of a Bible Christian Chapel. SX 020 473. Paul E. Barnett (2018).
Penweathers, the former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel. SW 804 438. Paul E. Barnett (2017).
Penwithick, the former Methodist Church, built as Wesleyan. SX 025 564. Paul E. Barnett (2017).
Penzance.
Perranarworthal, St. Piran. A small un-inscribed cross which stands close to the church - is it ancient or recent? SW 7792 3893. Paul E. Barnett (2015 and 2023). Link. Grade II* listed. On the nearby Carclew Estate is a small former Chapel, at SW 7893 3825. A photo can be seen here on an estate agency sale notice. Grade II* listed.
Perranporth, the remains of St. Piran. In use until the early 19th century, encroaching sand made the church increasingly unusable, and the decision was made to dismantle the church and re-locate it further inland, at Lambourne, Perranzabuloe. Much of the fabric was removed and used in the new building. Two further views - 1, 2, and an ancient cross (11th century or earlier). SW 771 564. The site of St. Piran's oratory lies nearby. SW 768 563. All Josie Saunders (2010). Link1. Link2. Link3. Christ the King (R.C., 1931) on Wheal Leisure Road. SW 759 542. Paul E. Barnett (2014). Link. Methodist Church (built as Wesleyan) on Ponsmere Road. SW 758 544. Paul E. Barnett (2014). The tidal island Chapel Rock, also known as Chapel Engarder, is reputedly the site of a chapel, which this source says was still visible in 1733. SW 7549 5462. Paul E. Barnett (2021).
Perranuthnoe, St. Michael and St. Piran. SW 5375 2955. Carole Sarvis. Two more views - 1, 2, both Paul E. Barnett (2024). Link. Grade II* listed. A number of churchyard monuments, etc., are separately listed. They can be found here. The former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel dates from 1858. Another view. SW 5389 2943. Both Paul E. Barnett (2015 and 2024).
Perranwell (near Perranarworthal), Methodist Church on Station Road, originally Wesleyan. Another view. SW 7762 3947. Paul E. Barnett (2014 and 2024). Old O.S. maps show a Bible Christian Chapel off School Hill at SW 7750 3928. It hasn't survived, and the site where it stood (where the building is behind the blue car) was seen by Streetview in 2022. This source dates it to 1865, closing in the late 1960's. It also says that it was later known as Chyvogue Methodist Church.
Perranwell (near Perranzabuloe), Wesleyan Methodist Church. Dates are 1843 (which is visible in the roundel in the nearer part of the building), and 1867 (which presumably refers to the furthest part. SW 777 527. Paul E. Barnett (2015).  An old photo, of circa 1910 vintage is available here (scroll down).
Perranzabuloe, St. Piran. Paul advises that the original St. Piran was on Piran Sands, but shifting sands made it unusable. A second church suffered the same fate. The new church incorporates some of the re-located fabric of the second. SW 770 520. Paul E. Barnett (2015). Link. An old postcard view is available here.
Philleigh, St. Philleigh. SW 87112 39455. Link. Grade I listed (where listed as St. Felix). The former Lemon Chapel (Wesleyan), which was sold in 1882. It was subsequently converted to residential use, and is now Lemon Chapel Cottage. SW 868 393. The former White Lanes Chapel (Wesleyan). Opened in 1883, and hence successor to Lemon Chapel, it closed in 1981. SW 876 391. All Jo Lewis.
Phillack, St. Phillack (or St. Felicitas). The ACNY entry has it as St. Felicitas and St. Piala. SW 565 384. Andrew Ross. Another view, Paul E. Barnett (2014). Grade II* listed.
Pillaton, St. Odulphus. SX 366 644. Paul E. Barnett (2018). Link1. Link2. Grade I listed.
Pipers Pool, Methodist Church, built as Wesleyan. SX 260 842. Paul E. Barnett (2017).
Plushabridge, the former Plymouth Brethren Meeting Room. Another view. SX 303 725. Both Paul E. Barnett (2018).
Polborder, the former Bible Christian Chapel, now in residential use. SX 388 648. Paul E. Barnett (2018).
Polgooth, Methodist Church. The original Wesleyan Chapel has been demolished; the present church is the converted Sunday school. SW 994 505. Jo Lewis (2018). Link.
Polkerris, Tregaminion Chapel of Ease. SX 096 519. Paul E. Barnett (2017). Another view, and two ancient crosses - 1, 2, all Paul E. Barnett (2018). Link.
Polmassick, the former Bible Christian Chapel. Attested to in 1875, it later became Polmassick United Methodist Church. SW 9710 4543. Jo Lewis.
Polmear - possible former Chapel. Now called Chapel Cottage, the stone above the upper window reads W. R. May 14 1855, which Paul advises stands for William Rashleigh, 14th May 1855 being his death date. More on him here. SX 089 534. Paul E. Barnett (2016).
Polperro, a distant view of the former St. John (left of centre, above the other buildings). Built in 1838, it was closed in 2008, and is currently for sale with planning permission for conversion to residential use. SX 208 508. Grade II listed. The former Wesleyan Chapel, now in commercial use. SX 208 509. The former Ebenezer Bible Christian Chapel (1877), now home to the East Cornwall Society of Artists. Interior view. SX 205 512. All Paul E. Barnett (2016). Methodist Church. SX 207 509. Paul E. Barnett (2016). Another view, Paul E. Barnett (2017). Link. The Chapel of St. Peter da Porthpyra (pre-1392) once stood on the hill shown in Paul E. Barnett's photo ( 2017). SX 211 508. More information here.
Polruan, the ruins of St. Saviour's Chapel. A plaque has some very brief details. SX 125 507. Link. The present St. Saviour. SX 126 507. A former Free United Methodist Church stands at SX 126 508. All Paul E. Barnett (2015). Another possible former church stands on Chapel Lane - this may be the predecessor of the previous entry. SX 126 508. Paul E. Barnett (2016). Former chapel at SX 126 506. Paul E. Barnett (2016). Wesleyan Methodist Church on West Street. Another view. SX 124 509. Both Paul E. Barnett (2017 and 2018). Chapel House on West Street is very likely a former chapel, but of so far unknown denomination. SX 123 510. Paul E. Barnett (2017).
Ponjeravah, the building on (or close to) the site of a Bible Christian Chapel, as seen by Streetview in 2023. It shows on a map of 1888, and seems to have gone out of use in the late 19th or early 20th century. SW 7375 2917. Link.
Ponsanooth, St. Michael and All Angels (1880). SW 7589 3768. Paul E. Barnett (2024). Link. The imposing Methodist Church (Wesleyan, 1843) on Rye Hill. SW 7577 3764. Paul E. Barnett (2014). Link. Grade II* listed. Previously listed as a possible church, Janet Gimber advises that this was a Sunday School. Paul has since let me know (2021) that this is now being used for services, and the link he has provided refers to it as Cafe Church. Another page of the same website announces the closure of the Methodist Church, in 2019. SW 7600 3753. Paul E. Barnett (2014). Another view, Paul E. Barnett (2024).
Pool, Trevenson Church (1809). SW 666 418. Paul E. Barnett (2014). Another view, Paul E. Barnett (2023). Link. Grade II listed. The former Methodist Church on Fore Street and Wilson Way, built as Wesleyan in 1862, is now the Light and Life Centre. SW 6714 4153. Paul E. Barnett (2014). Grade II listed. The site of the demolished Tregajorran Chapel. According to an information plaque, the original chapel was built in the 1830's, and its successor demolished in 1996. SW 673 407. Paul E. Barnett (2014 and 2024). Wesleyan Chapel (1843). SW 657 407. Paul E. Barnett (2015). The site of Little Haven Free Methodist Chapel (1858). SW 669 416. Paul E. Barnett (2015). The site of the first Pool Chapel (1834). SW 668 414. Paul E. Barnett (2015). Another former Methodist Church stands on Carn Brea Road. Now the Dreadnought Centre, it has a date-stone for 1862. On the 25" O.S. map of 1908 it's shown as Methodist Chapel (Free United). SW 6712 4134. Paul E. Barnett (2022).
Porkellis, the former St. Christopher, which is now used as the village hall. SW 691 334. Wesleyan Chapel (1866). SW 693 334. Former Chapel at SW 693 331. Trinity Methodist Church at SW 691 334. Link. All Paul E. Barnett (2015).
Port Isaac, St. Peter (1884). SW 996 809. Bill Henderson (2009). Another view, and two interior views - 1, 2, all Steve Bulman (2010). The former Roscarrock Methodist Church, now a shop. What was the Sunday School stands to its left. The relationship between the two can be better seen in this more distant view. Both built in 1836, the church was originally Bible Christian. My appreciation to Steve Willimott for corrections and clarifications regarding the Methodist Church, and for advising that there was at one time also a Wesleyan Chapel in the village, now demolished. SW 996 809. All Steve Bulman (2010).
Port Loe (or Portloe), All Saints. SW 937 394. Paul E. Barnett (2016). Two additional views - 1, 2, both Chris Kippin (2018). Link. The former Bible Christian Chapel (circa 1860) was later Methodist, and has now been converted to residential use. SW 938 394.
Jo Lewis. Grade II listed.
Porthilly, St. Michael. SW 936 754. Roger Heap.
Portholland East, the former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel (1881) is now in residential use. SW 959 412.
Jo Lewis.
Portholland West, the former Bible Christian Chapel (1858) is now in use as a holiday let. SW 956 411.
Jo Lewis.
Porthkea (or Porth Kea), the former Methodist Chapel.
Originally Wesleyan, it has a date-stone for 1869. Still in use in 1986, when it was listed as Grade II, it has since been converted for residential use. SW 82966 42047. Carole Sage (2017). Grade II listed.
Porthleven, St. Bartholomew (1841). SW 629 259. Cemetery Chapel. SW 631 261. Christadelphian Hall at SW 629 259. All Paul E. Barnett (2015). Link. Methodist Church, originally Wesleyan. SW 629 258. Paul E. Barnett (2014).
Porthpean, St. Levan. This was originally Wesleyan Methodist. SX 029 505. Paul E. Barnett (2017).
Porthtowan, The Chapel on the Hill (Methodist). Another view. SW 6926 4701. Both Paul E. Barnett (2022). Its 1820 predecessor can be seen at left. This source, which has a detailed history (and photos), mentions another chapel of 1841, demolished circa 1980 when the present chapel was built. It stood on what is now the car park, seen in a 2021 Streetview. Link.
Portreath, St. Mary on Penberthy Road. Adjacent stands another building which Janet Gimber has shown was a Reading Room. She has also advised that this link has a photo of the previous St. Mary, which was demolished in or soon after 1963. SW 658 454. Link. A former Wesleyan Methodist Church (1858) now in use as the Millennium Hall - identified by Janet Gimber. SW 658 453. Bridge Methodist Church (Wesleyan, 1816) at Bridge. SW 673 447. All Paul E. Barnett (2015).
Portscatho, United Methodist Church. SW 878 351. Jo Lewis. Another view, and the interior, both Chris Kippin (2018).
Poughill, St. Olaf. SS 222 077. Link. Grade I listed. Methodist Church. SS 221 075. Both Graeme Harvey (2011).
Poundstock, St. Winwaloe - labelled as St. Neot on older maps. SX 2022 9945.
  Chris Kippin (2024). Link. Grade I listed. For related listed features, see here. The former Free United Methodist Church at Bangors. SX 2081 9951. Paul E. Barnett (2017). A more recent photo shows that an extensive conversion has taken place.   Chris Kippin (2024). Directly across the road is Bangors Methodist Church of 1988 (date-stone). Despite its recent date, the works going on when Chris visited proved to be demolition rather than refurbishment - see here for plans to replace with housing. SX 2080 9948. Chris Kippin (2024).
Praze-an-Beeble, the former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, now in residential use. It closed in 1999. SW 636 358. Paul E. Barnett (2018). The former Free United Methodist Chapel at SW 636 359. Another view. Paul E. Barnett (2015 and 2018). Plantation Wesley Church at SW 656 369. Paul E. Barnett (2015).
Probus, St. Probus and St. Grace. SW 898 477. Graeme Harvey (2015). Another view, Paul E. Barnett (2016), and another (2017). Link. Grade I listed. The graveyard has a tiny building dated 1877, possibly a mortuary chapel. SW 899 476. Paul E. Barnett (2017). The former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel  is now in commercial use. SW 899 478. Paul E. Barnett (2017). Another view, Jo Lewis. The former Bible Christian Chapel, now in residential use. SW 891 478. Jo Lewis. An old photo is available here. At a farm east of the village (at SW 920 469) stands Golden Chapel, now in use as a barn. It is supposedly a secret chapel used by St. Cuthbert Mayne before his arrest and martyrdom. SW 920 469. Jo Lewis. Video.
 

Quenchwell, Quenchwell Memorial Chapel (Bible Christian, 1906). SW 79768 41318. Paul E. Barnett (2015). Two additional views - 1, 2, both Carole Sage (2017), who advises that, although it had been disused for many years (and suffered an arson attack in 2008), it has recently been acquired and re-purposed as Cornwall Islamic Trust. An old BBC webpage has some interior photos from when it was disused.
Quethiock, St. Hugh of Lincoln. A large cross stands in the churchyard. SX 313 647. Both Steve Bulman (2010). Grade I listed. The cross has its own Grade II* listing. Another view, Paul E. Barnett (2018).
Quintrell Downs, the former Bible Christian Chapel. It had been built before the survey for a map published in 1881. Another view. SW 8500 6030. Both Paul E. Barnett (2022).

Radnor, the former United Methodist Chapel, which has a date-stone for 1907. SW 7092 4406. Across the road stands what is presumably its predecessor, a Bible Christian Chapel, apparently known as Ivanmor Chapel, which is dated here to circa 1850. Another view. All Paul E. Barnett (2022).
Rame, St. Germanus. Another view, and an interior view. SX 426 491. All James Murray. Standing isolated south of the village is the shell of Rame Head Chapel. Another view. SX 4182 4834. Both Chris Kippin (2018). Link.
Reawla, Wall Methodist Church (Wesleyan, 1829). SW 607 367. Paul E. Barnett (2015).
Redruth.
Rejerrah, the former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel (1879). The chapel is now in commercial use, and the adjacent (and newer) Sunday School is now a holiday let. SW 802 561. It was preceded by an earlier chapel which became the Sunday School after 1879. Now unrecognisable as a chapel, it's currently used for storage.
SW 800 559. Both Jo Lewis (2017). Old photos of both chapels are available here.
Releath, the former Wesleyan Chapel (1933). SW 659 330. Paul E. Barnett (2015).
Relubbus, Wesleyan Methodist Church (1875). SW 565 319. Paul E. Barnett (2014).
Rescorla, the former Primitive Methodist Chapel (circa 1873-2001). SX 026 575. Paul E. Barnett (2017). Link.
Rilla Mill, the former Methodist Chapel, built as Wesleyan in 1846. SX 297 733. Paul E. Barnett (2018).
Roche, St. Gomonda of the Rock. Of ancient foundation, but now largely of the re-building of 1822. SW 98794 59796. Bill Henderson (2009). Another view, and an interior, both Carole Sage (2013). Another view and interior, the list of rectors, which commences in 1258, the font, and the ancient cross which stands in the churchyard, all Paul E. Barnett (2018). Grade II listed. Chapel (1887). SW 986 600. Paul E. Barnett (2015). Another former Chapel at Trezaise (or Tresayes) was built as Wesleyan, and stands at SW 988 595. Paul E. Barnett (2015). Cemetery Chapel at SW 987 595, Paul E. Barnett (2016). Methodist Church, built as Wesleyan. SW 998 603. Paul E. Barnett (2017). Link. The ruins of a chapel to St. Michael stands atop Roche Rock. SW 992 596. Paul E. Barnett (2018). Link.
Roscroggan, the former Wesleyan Chapel, now in use as a B&B. SW 650 421. Paul E. Barnett (2015). Estate Agents sale notice.
Rose, Methodist Church, built as Wesleyan. SW 776 549. Paul E. Barnett (2018). An old photo of circa 1900 is available here, and another of 1907 here.
Rosevear, the former United Free Methodist Church at SW 697 244. Paul E. Barnett (2015).
Roseworthy, the former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel. Chris advises (from his copy
of An Inventory of Nonconformist Chapels and Meeting Houses in South West England  by Christopher Snell, HMSO 1991) that this is a facsimile of the original chapel, re-built on the same site for use as a domestic building. Photos of the original chapel, and its interior, are available here. SW 6163 3969. Chris Kippin (2019). Another view, Paul E. Barnett (2024).
Rosudgeon, the former Bible Christian Methodist Chapel (1904). SW 5588 2954. Paul E. Barnett (2022). Link. 2011 Sale notice. Grade II listed. An earlier B.C. Chapel of 1858 stands on the road to Lower Rosudgeon at SW 5569 2950, and was seen by Streetview in 2009. It was used as a Sunday School when the newer chapel opened, and is now in commercial use. Link (for both B.C. chapels). A former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel stands a little way to the south-west, at SW 5525 2941. Another view. Both Paul E. Barnett (2022). O.S. maps show Chapel (Site of) at SW 5554 2945. The site hasn't been seen by Streetview, and I haven't been able to find any further information about it.

Ruan Major, the roofless St. Rumon. Interior view. Surprisingly, the church retains some of its stained glass. SW 703 164. All Chris Kippin (2019). Grade I listed.
Ruan Minor, St. Rumon. Another view. SW 721 152. Link1 (has more photos). Link2. Grade II* listed. Methodist Church. This was built as a United Methodist Free Church in 1888 (date-stone). SW 718 151. A former Wesleyan Methodist chapel. SW 719 152. All Chris Kippin (2019).
Ruanlanihorne, St. Rumon. SW 895 420. Link. Grade I listed. The former Methodist Church, which closed in 2005, and subsequently converted for residential use. SW 903 410. Both Jo Lewis.
Rumford, the former Bible Christian Chapel. SW 89708 70199. St. Ervan's Chapel was previously a Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, built in 1830. SW 89674 70325. Both Paul E. Barnett (2019).
Ruthvoes, Bible Christian Chapel. SW 924 604. Paul E. Barnett (2017).

St. Agnes, St. Agnes. SW 7203 5073. Link. Grade II* listed. Our Lady Star of the Sea (R.C.) on Trevaunance Road and Wheal Friendly Lane. SW 7193 5099. Link. A possible former church on Vicarage Road. Not marked as a church on any available maps, it's shown as a Sunday School on a map of 1907, and it's listed building entry (grade II) calls it a church hall. SW 7201 5063. The former Cemetery Chapel, now used as a museum. SW 7197 5021. A former Chapel on Vicarage Road, now a restaurant. SW 7202 5053. All Paul E. Barnett (2015). The Methodist Church is on British Road, at SW 7213 5045. Originally Wesleyan, it was seen by Streetview in 2009. Better photos can be seen here, including one of the date-stone for 1860. A former Methodist New Connexion Chapel stands on Rosemundy, and is now in use as a Masonic Hall. SW 7223 5042. It was seen by Streetview in 2021. Dated here to 1835, it also says that the Sunday School (the single storey building in front of the chapel) may be an earlier chapel.
St. Allen, St. Allen (or St. Alleyne). SW 822 507. Paul E. Barnett (2016). Link. Grade II* listed.
St. Ann's Chapel, the former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel. SX 416 708. Paul E. Barnett (2018). Photos of St. Ann are available here. Marked as a Mission Room on old maps, it stands at SX 4200 7081.
St. Anthony-in-Meneage, St. Anthony. SW 7829 2566. Chris Kippin (2018). Link. Grade I listed. About half a mile S.S.W. of the church, at Gillywartha, is a former Bible Christian (later Methodist) Chapel. Seen by Streetview in 2009, its grade II listing dates it to 1829. SW 7798 2470.
St. Anthony-in-Roseland, St, Anthony. The church is cared for by The Churches Conservation Trust. SW 854 320. Jo Lewis. Link.
St. Austell.
St. Blazey, St. Blaize. SX 068 548. United Free Methodist Church (now flats). SX 069 546. Both Andrew Ross. The former Primitive Methodist Chapel on Station Road, now in use as a Chapel of Rest. SX 070 545. Paul E. Barnett (2018).
St. Blazey Gate, St. Mary. SX 058 536. Paul E. Barnett (2015). Another view, Andrew Ross. Link. Grade II* listed. Leek Seed Methodist Church on Luxulyan Road and the A390, built as Wesleyan in 1824, restored 1903. Another view. SX 0602 5370. Both Andrew Ross. The former Ebenezer Bible Christian Chapel (1842) is just a few yards east of St. Mary on the A390, at SX 0588 5359. It's now in use as a club. Andrew Ross.
St. Breock - photos of St. Breock (exterior and interior) are available here. SW 9771 7172. Link. Grade II listed.
St. Breward, the former Providence Chapel (Bible Christian) at Row, now in use as holiday accommodation. Another view. SX 096 764. Both Cornish Traditional Cottages (2016). Link.
St. Buryan, St. Buryan. SW 4091 2572. Bill Henderson (2009). Link1. Link2. Grade I listed. The Methodist Church is on Penzance Road, and was seen by Streetview in 2011. Older O.S. maps show that it had a predecessor on the same site, covering most of today's car park. SW 4103 2580. Link. Its Sunday School backs onto the church, and stands on Newlyn Road. SW 4104 2579.
Chris Kippin (2022). Also shown on old O.S. maps is an otherwise unidentified Chap., just north of the church off Lisbon Terrace at SW 4093 2579. It's identified on the village Wikipedia entry as having been Bible Christian, with dates of 1860-1932, demolished in the 1990's. Its site now lies under the access road to Hosken's Meadow, seen by Streetview in 2011.
St. Cleer, St. Cleer or St. Clarus. Another view. SX 247 682. Link. Grade I listed. Mortuary Chapel. SX 252 684. Bible Christian Chapel (1846). SX 243 682. Grade II* listed. SX 243 682. United Methodist Chapel. SX 254 687. All Paul E. Barnett (2018).
St. Clement, St. Clement. SW 850 438. Jo Lewis. Grade I listing, which says it is C15, with Victorian restorations.
St. Clether - photos of St. Clederus (exterior and interior) are available here.
SX 2055 8438. Grade II* listed.
St. Columb Major, St. Columba. SW 913 636. Paul E. Barnett (2015). Link. Grade I listed. Wesleyan Methodist Church. SW 91215 63426. Paul E. Barnett (2019). Independent Methodist Church. SW 912 634. Paul E. Barnett (2019). The former Bible Christian Chapel of 1842. SW 912 634. Paul E. Barnett (2019). Grade II listed.
St. Columb Minor, St. Columba (1417, plus later restorations). It stands on the site of several earlier churches. The tower is 115 feet high, and the second tallest in Cornwall. Another view. SW 839 623. Link. Grade I listed. Wesleyan Methodist Chapel. SW 839 621. Although previously listed as a former Bible Christian Chapel, this is incorrect. It is marked on some maps as "Hall" so may have been a meeting place. Can you confirm or refute this? SW 839 621. All Paul E. Barnett (2016).
St. Day.
St. Dennis, St. Denys. An ancient cross and old font stand in the churchyard. SW 951 584. All Paul E. Barnett (2018). Link. Grade II* listed. The former Methodist Church of 1836, built as Wesleyan, is now in residential use. SW 951 577. The former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel (1904) on Hendra Road, now in residential use. SW 949 574. Bible Christian Chapel at SW 951 582. All Paul E. Barnett (2017).
St. Dominick, St. Dominica and St. Dominic. Another view, three of the interior - 1, 2, 3, and the font and cover. The list of rectors goes back to 1257. SX 3989 6782. All Paul E. Barnett (2018). Link. Grade I listed. The Methodist Church (1896) is marked on older maps as Bible Christian. Two more views - 1, 2. SX 4014 6778. All Paul E. Barnett (2022).
St. Endellion, the Collegiate Church of St. Endellion, variously St. Endelienta. Another view. SW 996 786. Both Roger Heap. Another view Bill Henderson (2009), and another, Paul E. Barnett (2024). Three interior views - 1, 2, 3, and carved detail on the pulpit. All Steve Bulman (2010). Link.
St. Enoder, St. Enoder. SW 891 569. Paul E. Barnett (2015). Link. Grade II listed.
St. Erme, St. Hermes (K). SW 847 498.
Paul E. Barnett (2017). Link. Grade II* listed.
St. Erney, St. Erney. SX 370 590. James Murray. Link.
St. Erth, St. Erth. Another view. SW 5500 3503. Both Paul E. Barnett (2017). Link. Grade I listed. For listed features in the churchyard, see here. Methodist Church (1827)on Chapel Hill, labelled on older maps as Wesleyan. SW 5495 3512. Paul E. Barnett (2014). Link. The History Page (numerous photos) mentions its predecessor of 1796, which stood on the site of today's Post Office, seen here by Streetview in 2009. Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses on Station Approach. Another view. SW 5416 3567. Both Paul E. Barnett (2014 and 2022).
St. Ervan, St. Ervan. SW 89174 70251. Paul E. Barnett (2019). Link. Grade II* listing, which calls it St. Hermes (assuming I have the correct listing, and I think I have).
St. Ewe, All Saints. SW 9779 4604. Jo Lewis (2018). The stump of an ancient (preaching?) cross stands nearby. Paul E. Barnett (2016). Link. Grade I listed.
St. Gennys, St. Genesius. A postcard from Judy Flynn's Collection, previously in the Unknown section, of St. Gemy's Church. Judy suspected this could be the church in St. Genesius/St. Gennys in Cornwall, at SX 148 971. Certainly the lie of the land is similar, but the tower must have had major alterations. Simon Davies, Greg Mishevski, and Janet Gimber have all confirmed that Judy was right, and advised that the top stage of the tower is a 20th century addition. Some links - 1, 2, 3, 4. None date the tower addition any more closely, but happily, Greg found it mentioned on the British Listed Buildings entry (Grade I listed), where it says the work was carried out in 1910.
St. Germans, St. Germanus, and the churchyard gate. SX 359 577. Both Andrew Ross. Another view. From an old postcard (franked 1907), in Steve Bulman's Collection. Link1. Link2. Methodist Church, dating from 1903, was originally Ebenezer Wesleyan Chapel. SX 357 577. James Murray.
St. Germoe, dedicated to St. Germoe. SW 585 294. From an old postcard in Steve Bulman's Collection.
St. Gorran - see Gorran, above.
St. Hilary, St. Hilary. SW 550 312. Paul E. Barnett (2014). Link. Grade I listed.
St. Issey, St. Issey, named for a 5th century Irish abbess. The church is largely of a re-build of 1871. SW 928 718. Bill Henderson (2009). Methodist Church was originally Congregational. SW 929 718. Paul E. Barnett (2015). The former Providence Congregational Church. It became a Sunday School in 1908. SW 928 717. Paul E. Barnett (2015).
St. Ive, St. Ivo. Two interior views - 1, 2. The pulpit with tester, and a close-up, showing the mermaids. A carved capital, and a window. SX 309 672. All Steve Bulman (2010). Another view, Paul E. Barnett (2018). Link. Grade I listed. Wesleyan Methodist Church. SX 315 672. Paul E. Barnett (2018). Link.
St. Ives.
St. John, St. John in Cornwall. SX 407 536. James Murray (2010). Another view, from an old postcard in John Bowdler's Collection. Previously in the "Unknown" section, it was identified by Simon Davies.
St. Juliot, St. Julitta. Another view, the interior, pulpit and font. SX 1290 9122. All
  Chris Kippin (2024). Link. Grade II* listed. The lych-gate and a number of tombs in the churchyard are listed separately, and they can be found here.
St. Just, St. Just. SW 3714 3144. Bill McKenzie. Another view, Paul E. Barnett (2018). Grade II listed. Former Salvation Army Hall, now a British Legion Club. SW 369 313. Rob Brettle. Methodist Church, built as Wesleyan. SW 3691 3157. Paul E. Barnett (2018). Link. Grade II* listed. Free United Methodist Church. SW 367 312. Paul E. Barnett (2018).
St. Just-in-Roseland, St. Justus, consecrated in 1216. SW 8484 3569. From an old postcard in Steve Bulman's Collection. A modern view, Paul E. Barnett (2015). Two further views - 1, 2, three interiors - 1, 2, 3, and the font, all Carole Sage (2017). Link. Grade I listed. A former Wesleyan Chapel at SW 853 357.
Paul E. Barnett (2015).
St. Kea - see Kea, above
St. Keverne, St. Keveran. SW 791 212. From an old postcard, Graeme Harvey's Collection. Two modern views - 1, 2, both Paul E. Barnett (2015). Link. Grade I listed. Wesleyan Chapel of 1906. SW 789 212. Paul E. Barnett (2015).
St. Kew, St. Kewa or St. James (interior view). SX 0215 7689. From an old postcard in Christopher Skottowe's Collection. Link, which has an exterior photo.
Grade I listed. There is an ancient cross in the churchyard. Christopher Skottowe (1973). Grade II listed. For another cross, and numerous gravestones which are separately listed - see here.
St. Kew Highway, United Methodist Free Church of 1904. SX 026 749. Paul E. Barnett (2017).
St. Keyne, St. Keyne. SX 242 607. Grade II* listed. The former W.R.U. Zion Chapel. W. R. U. is probably the Wesleyan Reform Union. The date-stone in the gable-end says 1861, re-built 1926. Another view. SX 241 611. All Paul E. Barnett (2017).
St. Levan, St. Levan. SW 380 222. Bill Henderson (2009). Link. The former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel (at SW 380 238). Opened in 1869 (news report), it was closed in 2013 (BBC news). Martin Richter (2017). Grade II* listed. The adjacent schoolroom is also listed, as Grade II, as are the graveyard walls and gates. The news report noted above mentions that the chapel was a replacement for Sowa Chapel and Bottoms Chapel, both of which were in a poor condition. Sowa Chapel was probably a building at the farm called Ardensaweth, at SW 372 231. Bottoms is a hamlet at SW 3855 2425. Can you advise if either building survives? It also mentions a chapel at Treen, which can be seen here on Google Streetview, and it stands at SW 394 229. This is grade II listed.
St. Mabyn, St. Mabena. Another view. There is an ancient Cornish Cross in the churchyard. Two interior views - 1, 2, and the Norman font. The list of incumbents commences in 1267. SX 0418 7320. All Paul E. Barnett (2019 and 2021). Link. Grade I listed. Older maps mark a Free United Methodist Chapel on Chapel Lane at SX 0436 7331. On the earliest map available to me (1881) it's labelled as Methodist Chapel (United). This source dates it to 1857 as a Wesleyan Methodist Association Chapel, and after the 1932 union, it was St. Mabyn Methodist Church. It seems to have been active into the 1980's at least. The Streetview van hasn't been passed it, but I think it's the building furthest from the camera in this Streetview from 2010.
St. Martin-by-Looe, St. Martin. SX 259 550. Andrew Ross. Link1. Link2.
St. Martin-in-Meneage, St. Martin. SW 735 236. Grade II* listed. The former Ebenezer Chapel was built as Wesleyan Methodist in 1839. The former Methodist Church. Another view. SW 739 238. All Chris Kippin (2019).
St. Mawes, the Parish Church. SW 845 330. Paul E. Barnett (2015). Interior view, Chris Kippin (2018). Link. Our Lady Star of the Sea and St. Anthony (R.C.) was previously Bible Christian. SW 847 332. Paul E. Barnett (2015). Another view, Carole Sage (2017). Link. Methodist Church, originally Wesleyan. SW 8463 3310. Paul E. Barnett (2015). A former Congregational Chapel, now converted to residential use. SW 846 330. Estate Agent's notice. Paul E. Barnett (2015).

St. Mawgan, St. Mawgan-in-Pydar. Another view. SW 8723 6594. Both Roger Heap. And another, and an interior view, both Louise Kirby. An old postcard view, from Reg Dosell's Collection. The font, Christopher Skottowe (1973). Link. Grade I listed. Several crosses, monuments, etc., are listed separately here, including this lantern cross, Christopher Skottowe (1973). The Methodist Church announced its closure in 2021 - here. Older maps label it as Wesleyan. It was seen by Streetview in 2019. SW 8730 6609.
St. Mellion, St. Mallanus. SX 388 656. Paul E. Barnett (2018). Link. Grade I listed.
St. Merryn, dedicated to St. Merryn. SW 886 741. From an old postcard in Reg Dosell's Collection. A modern view, Bill Henderson (2009). The former Wesleyan Chapel is now in use as the parish hall. SW 87844 73699. Another former Wesleyan Chapel stands at SW 87727 73573. Both Paul E. Barnett (2019).
St. Mewan, St. Mewanus. SW 998 518. Paul E. Barnett (2017). Link. Grade II* listed.
St. Michael Caerhays - see Caerhays, above.
St. Michael Penkevil, St. Michael.
SW 858 422. Jo Lewis. Grade I listed.
St. Michael's Mount has a church dedicated to St. Michael, and the remains of a Benedictine Monastery, founded by Edward the Confessor in 1044. SW 515 300. From an old engraving in Colin Water's Collection. A modern view, Paul E. Barnett (2014). Link.
St. Minver, St. Menefreda. A fine building, with much of interest. The porch, sun-dial, three interior views - 1, 2, 3, and the window above the altar. The church has many fine carved bench-ends. The font, and a monument. SW 964 770. All Steve Bulman (2010). Link.
St. Neot, St. Neotus (or St. Anietus) on Liskeard Hill. Another view. SX 1861 6785. Both Paul E. Barnett (2015). A distant view of the church and village can be seen here, in a thesis (downloadable pdf file, p. 121). Link. Grade I listed. The Methodist Church on Tripp Hill, as seen by Streetview in 2021. The left hand building is earlier, pre-dating a map of 1907. SW 1844 6783. A former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel stands on Loveny Road at SW 1872 6776. Seen by Streetview in 2021, it also pre-dates the 1907 map.
St. Newlyn East, St. Newlina. SW 828 563. From an old postcard in Christopher Skottowe's Collection. A modern view, Paul E. Barnett (2014). Link. The Methodist Chapel was built as Wesleyan in 1832, replacing an earlier chapel (1781) on the same site. SW 826 563. Paul E. Barnett (2014). Another view,
Jo Lewis. It was succeeded by another Wesleyan Chapel in 1884, at which time the previous building became Wesley Hall. It was eventually sold off for conversion to residential use, at which time Wesley Hall was renovated and re-consecrated, and became the current Methodist Church. SW 826 563. Paul E. Barnett (2017). Another view, Jo Lewis. The former Bible Christian Chapel subsequently served as a post office, but has been converted into accommodation. SW 825 563. Paul E. Barnett (2014). Another view, Jo Lewis.  St. Newlyn East Preaching Pit stands at SW 824 563. Jo Lewis (2017), who writes - "Originally an abandoned quarry at the West of the village, the St. Newlyn East Pit was already in existence at the time of a mining disaster nearby in 1846. After the mining disaster, the pit was graded into tiers and dedicated to the memory of those who died in the disaster. It was restored with the aid of lottery funds in about 2003. More recently, the lease was taken over by the Parish Council and a new Management Committee formed to manage and promote the use of the Pit. The village cemetery is next door.".
St. Pinnock, St. Pynnochus. SX 200 632. Paul E. Barnett (2017). Grade I listed. The former Bible Christian Chapel. SX 191 630. Paul E. Barnett (2015).
St. Stephen, the (former?) Methodist Church was originally Free United Methodist. SW 943 535. Paul E. Barnett (2016).
St. Stephen by Launceston, St. Stephen. SX 324 857. Chris Kippin. Link.
St. Stephen-in-Brannel, St. Stephen. SW 9449 5332. Graeme Harvey (2015). Another view,
Carole Sage (2013). Link. Grade I listed.
St. Stephen's Coombe, the
former Coombe United Methodist Chapel (and Coombe Methodist Church from 1932). It has a date-stone for 1833, when it was Wesleyan (according to this source). SW 9506 5147. Jo Lewis (2018). Another view, from the railway above. Paul E. Barnett (2023). Just a short distance to the S.W. is a former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, presumably successor to the previous chapel, and dated here to 1859. SW 9497 5132. Paul E. Barnett (2017). Coombe Village Church (2010 Streetview) stands directly across the road, and, according to the same source already referred to, was originally a Wesleyan Sunday School of the early 1900's, subsequently the Wesleyan Chapel (presumably after the 1859 chapel had closed), and later a community hall. It doesn't seem to have a web presence, so has perhaps also closed. 
St. Stephen's Coombe,  Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, built in 1859 and enlarged in 1890. SW 949 513. Paul E. Barnett (2017). The former Coombe United Methodist Chapel (Coombe Methodist Church from 1932). It has a date-stone for 1833. SW 950 514. Jo Lewis (2018).
St. Teath, St. Tetha. SX 06449 80599. Link. Grade I listed. Methodist Church. SX 06447 80670. Link. Both Bill Henderson (2017).
St. Tudy, St. Tudius or St. Uda. SX 066 0763. Derek Jordan. Another two views Roger Heap - 1, 2.
The font, a wonderful piece of carved slate, and what is described as a pre-Norman coped stone in the church's grade I listing, all Christopher Skottowe (1973). Link. Numerous headstones and tombs in the churchyard are also listed - they can be found here. Methodist Church (Free United Methodist, 1869) on Hengar Lane. SX 0683 7643. Paul E. Barnett (2015). Link. Grade II listed. Less than a mile S.S.E. of the village are the remains of a Chapel, at SX 0688 7535. A photo is available on its grade II listing, which dates it to the 16th century.
St. Veep, St. Veep. St. Veep was apparently the original dedication of this church, changed to St. Cyricus and St. Julitta in 1336 (see here). SX 140 550. Paul E. Barnett (2017). It had been freed of its scaffolding by mid-2018 - another view. Paul E. Barnett (2017). Grade I listed.
St. Winnow, St. Winnow. SX 115 569. Paul E. Barnett (2018). Link. Grade I listed.
Salem, Bible Christian Chapel. SW 739 442. Paul E. Barnett (2017).
Saltash, St. Stephen, on St. Stephen's Road. SX 4170 5834. Link. Grade I listed. James Murray. St. Nicholas and St. Faith on Fore Street. SX 4311 5880. Andrew Ross. Link. Grade I listed. Wesley Methodist Church on Callington Road and Glebe Avenue. SX 4256 5897. James Murray. Another view,
Paul E. Barnett (2022). Link. Baptist Church on Culver Road. SX 4304 5867. Paul E. Barnett (2018). Link.
Sancreed, St. Creden. SW 420 293. Chris Kippin (2019). Link. Grade II* listed.
Scorrier, Christian Fellowship. Older O.S. maps label it as a Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, and this source dates it to 1886. SW 7232 4424. Paul E. Barnett (2023). Link. Reach Out Church meets (or has met) in the Fox and Hounds pub on Park Cottages. SW 7239 4414. Paul E. Barnett (2023).
Sennen, St. Sennen, which is said to have been founded in 520 A.D. SW 357 255. From an old postcard in Steve Bulman's Collection. A modern view, Bill McKenzie, and another, Paul E. Barnett (2017). Link. Wesleyan Methodist Church. St. Sennen is also visible in the background. SW 358 257. Paul E. Barnett (2017).
Sheffield, the former Wesleyan Methodist Chape
l. According to the village Wikipedia entry, the chapel dates from circa 1875, and was later New Connexion. It's now in secular use. SW 4579 2673. Paul E. Barnett (2021).
Sheviock, The Blessed Virgin Mary. The church notice board says Rededicated 1259. Interior view. SX 370 550. Both James Murray. Link. Grade I listed.
Shop, Morwenstow Methodist Church.
SS 2272 1483.  Chris Kippin (2024). A Streetview from 2009 provides another view. Link. O.S. maps mark a Chapel (Site of) at SS 2303 1483. Chapel Farm now stands on its site - the farm building itself has only been glimpsed by Streetview in 2009. I haven't been able to discover anything about it.
Shortlanesend, Methodist Church. The Wesleyan Church of 1904. All SW 807 475. Both Paul E. Barnett (2014).
Silverwell, the site of the demolished Primitive Methodist Chapel. This source dates it to 1841 or 1843 to 1883. SW 7451 4824. A former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel survives a little way south, at SW 7450 4804. It's dated here (with photos) to 1900-1982, on the site of a predecessor of 1824. Both Paul E. Barnett (2022).
Sithney, St. Sithney. SW 6365 2899. Paul E. Barnett (2022). Link. Grade I listed. The former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, just south of the village, at SW 6360 2888. Paul E. Barnett (2022).
Skinner's Bottom, the former Wesleyan Chapel, now a private residence. SW 7227 4587. Paul E. Barnett (2022). Link, which dates it to 1869-1975. It was a replacement for an earlier (un-dated and un-located) chapel damaged in a gale. About of a mile to the north-west is a former Primitive Methodist Chapel, at SW 7195 4615. Not seen by Streetview, a photo is available here, where it's dated to 1837.
South Hill, St. Sampson. SX 3296 7263. Paul E. Barnett (2018). Link. Grade I listed.
South Petherwin, St. Paternus. SX 3095 8191. The church website has numerous photos, including the interior. Grade I listed. The Methodist Chapel was built as Wesleyan in 1872. SX 3069 8176. Link. Grade II listed. A Bible Christian Chapel of 1867 stands about a mile to the SW of the village at SX 3033 8130. Another view. All Paul E. Barnett (2018 and 2022).
Stenalees, Methodist Church, probably built as Wesleyan. SX 010 568. Paul E. Barnett (2015).
Sticker, St. Mark's Mission Church. This was originally the church hall (1911) for the earlier St. Mark's Mission Church (1877), a mission from St. Mewan. SW 980 502 (St. Mark), SW 981 502 (Mission church).
Link. The Wesleyan Chapel was built before 1881. SW 981 502. All Paul E. Barnett (2016). The Bible Christian Chapel, which opened in 1860. It was successor to an older chapel about 200 metres away, which continued in use as a Sunday School until 1871, when it was replaced by a newly built Sunday School. At some point the old chapel was demolished. The present building closed in 1993, by which time it was known as Paramore Methodist Church, and its currently unused. SW 984 497. Jo Lewis (2018).
Stithians, St. Stithian (or Stedian). SW 7311 3713. Paul E. Barnett (2014). Grade II* listed. Churchyard walls, tombs etc are listed separately - they can be seen here. There is a Mortuary Chapel in the churchyard, Paul E. Barnett (2021). Wesleyan Chapel of 1814. SW 7250 3711. Grade II* listed. Paul E. Barnett (2015). What is perhaps its successor - Wesleyan chapel of 1866 - stands on East Road at SW 7359 3677, and has evidently been converted to residential use. Paul E. Barnett (2024). Methodist Church on Hendra Road, built as United Methodist Free Church in 1865. SW 7241 3706. Paul E. Barnett (2015). Link. Grade II* listed. The former Free United Methodist Chapel at SW 7386 3696. Paul E. Barnett (2015).
Stoke Climsland, the church.
SX 3606 7439. The grade II* listing mentions that it was formerly listed as All Saints. The church website makes no mention of a dedication. The interior, font, and list of rectors, which commences in 1265. All Paul E. Barnett (2018 and 2023).  For the numerous listed features associated with the church, see here.
Stratton, St. Andrew. SS 231 064. From an old postcard in Reg Dosell's Collection. A modern view, Graeme Harvey (2010). Another view, and an interior view, both Graeme Harvey (2011). Link. Archive.org has a copy of "The Story of Stratton Church" (1919) by Frederick James Bone M.A. It has numerous drawings plans and photographs, and is available here. Grade I listed. For related listed features, see here. The village also has two former Methodist chapels, one fairly recently active, and both pre-date a map of 1884. The recently active is the former Methodist Church (originally Wesleyan) which stands on Maiden Street. It had a "Sale Agreed" sign in 2022 (Streetview). SS 2308 0653. The former United Methodist Chapel is on Spicer's Lane. SS 2314 0635. Both
  Chris Kippin (2024).
Summercourt, the former Methodist Church, built as United Methodist in 1912 on School Road. Its closure is dated here to 2008. Another view. SW 8886 5621.
Both Paul E. Barnett (2017 & 2024). Wesleyan Chapel of 1845 at Chapel Town. SW 8828 5595. Paul E. Barnett (2015). Grade II listed. The former Bible Christian Chapel on St. Austell Street at SW 8897 5600. Paul E. Barnett (2017). Link.
Sweetshouse, Ebenezer Chapel (Wesleyan Methodist). SX 084 620. Paul E. Barnett (2015).
The New Association Methodist Chapel, which was built before 1881. SX 083 619. Paul E. Barnett (2017).

Talland, St. Tallan. Another view. SX 227 515. Both Paul E. Barnett (2017). Link (slow to load).
Temple, St. Catherine. SX 1461 7324. Link. Grade II* listed. The former Bible Christian Chapel. SX 1464 7343. Both Paul E. Barnett (2015).
Terras, a former Bible Christian Chapel stands a short distance away at SW 920 538. Paul E. Barnett (2016).
Three Burrows, St. Peter. SW 7461 4716. Bill Henderson (2009).
 Link, lists it as closed - there's an interior photo. Grade II listed.
Threemilestone, the Methodist Church on Chyvelah Road. Two more views - 1, 2. It's dated here to 1973-4. SW 7804 4501. All Paul E. Barnett (2014 and 2023).
Tideford, St. Luke. SX 347 598. Link. Wesleyan Methodist Chapel. SX 345 597. Both Paul E. Barnett (2018).
Tintagel.
Tolskithy, the site of the demolished Free United Methodist Chapel off Stamps Lane at SW 6826 4206. This source dates it to 1890-1928. It was successor to an earlier U.M.F. Chapel (built as Wesleyan Association) of 1846. This subsequently served as the Sunday School after the later chapel was built. SW 6831 4209. This has also been demolished, though the source cited earlier says that some low remains are still visible. The site hasn't been seen by Streetview. Paul E. Barnett (2023).
Tolverne. Chapel (Remains of) is marked on old maps in woodland near Tolverne, at SW 84529 39698. Not publicly accessible, Carole's picture shows the woodland from across the river Fal, near King Harry's Ferry. There is an on-line reference to it having been built by Henry VI. It isn't mentioned in my edition of Pevsner. What, if anything remains, is not known. Carole Sage (2017).
Torpoint, St. James. SX 439 551. Paul E. Barnett (2016).
Towednack, St. Towennac. Interior view. SW 486 380. Both Paul E. Barnett (2014). Link. Grade II* listed. The Old Chapel was built as Wesleyan Methodist (thanks to Janet Gimber for this). SW 490 378. Paul E. Barnett (2015).
Townshend, the Wesleyan Chapel of 1870. SW 591 329. Paul E. Barnett (2014).
Trebetherick, St. Enodoc. SW 9316 7723. Roger Heap.
Another view, from an old postcard in Christopher Skottowe's Collection. Link. Grade I listed.
Trebudannon, the former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel (at the right), which pre-dates a map of 1888. Another view. SW 8941 6146.
Both Paul E. Barnett (2022).
Trebullett, the Methodist Church (originally Wesleyan). Another view. SX 3242 7832. Both Paul E. Barnett (2022). Link.
Treburley, the former United Methodist church, now converted to residential use. According to an Estate Agents' sale notice, it was built circa 1850.
SX 3495 7772. Paul E. Barnett (2022).
Trecollas, the former Bible Christian Chapel, as seen by Streetview in 2017. It has a date-stone for 1875, and older O.S. maps label it as Providence Chapel. S
X 2070 8301. Link. Grade II listed.
Trecrogo,
the former Bible Christian Chapel. Listed here (with photo, and dates of 1848-67), I haven't been able to find its precise location, as it isn't shown on any available maps. A grid reference for the centre of the village - SX 3060 8061.
Tregadillett, Christ the Cornerstone (United Church of Christ). SX 297 837.
Paul E. Barnett (2018). Link.
Tregajorran, the site of the demolished Wesleyan Methodist Chapel on  Chapel Hill, as seen by Streetview in 2009. An old photo is available here (scroll down), where it's dated to 1851-1992, and demolished in 1996. It also says that there was an earlier chapel of the 1830's. SW 6741 4072.
Tregathenan, the former United Free Methodist Chapel at SW 6516 3063, a little way west of the hamlet. It pre-dates a map of 1909. It isn't labelled on one from 1888, though there is a chapel marked as Methodist Chapel (United) a little further north at circa SW 6515 3084. This one isn't shown on the 1909 map so must have been demolished.
Paul E. Barnett (2022).
Tregona, the former United Methodist Free Chapel (later United Methodist), as seen by Streetview in 2021. It's dated here to 1838-1986. SX 8584 6986. Grade II listed.

Tregonetha, the former Tregonetha Methodist Chapel (built as Bible Christian) now seems to be a holiday let. My appreciation to Janet Gimber for the identification. SW 956 638. Bill Henderson.
Tregonning Hill - see Balwest.
Tregony, St. Cuby. SW 927 452. Grade I listed. Methodist Church. SW 926 448. Congregational Church. SW 925 448. All Paul E. Barnett (2016). Since Paul took his photo, the chapel has been renovated. Jo Lewis (2017). The former Bible Christian Chapel. Jo believes this wasn't purpose built for the church, and says that it may have previously been an Oddfellows Hall. SW 922 448. It was preceded by an earlier chapel, which is now ruinous. SW 922 447. Both Jo Lewis. St. Cornelius stands isolated to the west of Tregony at SW 916 452. Jo Lewis. Another view, Paul E. Barnett (2018). Grade I listed.
Tregorrick, the former Bible Christian Chapel, now called Chapel House. SX 015 512. Paul E. Barnett (2017).
Tregrehan, the Methodist Centre on Chapel Lane. Originally a Sunday school, its predecessor (originally Primitive Methodist) is dated here to 1854. It's now a private residence. Both at SX 0449 5372. Appreciative thanks to the home owner for his permission to photograph the former chapel. Both Andrew Ross. Link.
Trehemborne, the former Bible Christian Chapel. SW 87299 73323. Paul E. Barnett (2019).
Treknow, photos of the former The Holy Family Church (1929) can be found here, and another set here (including interior views). It has been converted to secular use. A map of 1982 vintage suggests it was still active at that time. A 2016 Streetview is available here. SX 0564 8678.
Treleigh, St. Stephen. Two more views - 1, 2. SW 7039 4356. All Paul E. Barnett (2014 and 2024). Link. Grade II listed.
Trelowth, the former United Methodist Free Church (1872), now in residential use. SW 9883 5085. Paul E. Barnett (2016). Another view, Jo Lewis (2018), after its conversion to a holiday home. A nearby former Sunday School could easily be mistaken for a church.
SW 9888 5086. Paul E. Barnett (2023).
Tremail, the Methodist Church (originally a United Methodist Free Church), as seen by Streetview in 2010. Lack of an on-line presence suggests it may have closed. Grade II listed, wherein it's dated to 1838.
Tremaine, St. Winwaloe. Exterior and interior photos are available here. SX 2347 8906. Link. Grade I listed.
Tremoddrett, the former Zoar Bible Christian Chapel (1884). SX 004 610. Paul E. Barnett (2017).
Trenance (near St. Issey), former Wesleyan Methodist church. SW 928 708. Paul E. Barnett (2015).
Trenant, the former Bible Christian Chapel, as seen by Streetview in 2010.
A photo of it in about 1905 can be seen here, in a thesis (downloadable pdf file, p. 346). It also dates it to 1826. SW 2096 6831.
Trencrom, Primitive Methodist Chapel (1873) at SW 514 358. Paul E. Barnett (2014).
Treneglos, St. Gregory. SX 2079 8811.
 
Chris Kippin (2024). Link. Grade II* listed. About a mile and a half to the N.W. is the grade II listed Bethel Methodist Church (originally Bible Christian) of 1881. SX 1908 8979.  Chris Kippin (2024). The building (2021 Streetview) at the end of the graveyard is labelled on the oldest available map (1884) as a Sunday School, but could it be an earlier chapel?
Tresillian, Holy Trinity (1878). Is the adjacent building the church hall, a Sunday School, or a chapel - or something else? SW 870 464. Grade II listed. Methodist Chapel, built as Wesleyan. Another view. SW 868 465. All Paul E. Barnett (2015).
Tresinney, St. Adwena. SX 104 816. Bill Henderson (2017). Link. Grade I listed.
Treskillard, the former Primitive Methodist Chapel. SW 675 394. Paul E. Barnett (2015).
Treslothan, St. John the Evangelist. SW 650 378. Paul E. Barnett (2015). Link.
Tresmeer (or Tresmere), the former St. Nicholas. Photos are available here. SX 2333 8749. News item about the final service held in early 2017. Grade II* listed.
Tresparret, Methodist Church. It has a date-stone for 1871, but it makes no mention that it was built as Bible Christian (as shown on older maps).
SX 1446 9175.
Chris Kippin (2024).
Treswithian, the Chapel of Rest at Treswithian Downs Crematorium. SW 635 413. Paul E. Barnett (2015).
Trethevy, Chapel of St. Piran. Exterior and interior photos are available here (where it says the dedication is not known). SX 0766 8917. Link.
Trethosa, the former Bible Christian Chapel. It used to house a small museum to the life and works of the deaf and blind poet Jack Clemo. Following the chapel's closure, the museum transferred to the Wheal Martin Museum. SW 942 545. Paul E. Barnett (2017).
Trethurgy, the former Wesleyan Chapel (1862). SX 0380 5542. Paul E. Barnett (2017).
Trevadlock, the former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel. Another view. SX 265 796. Both Paul E. Barnett (2018).
Trevalga, St. Petro
c. SX 0811 9003. Ted Steele (circa 1974). Another view, the interior, and the font, all  Chris Kippin (2024). Link. Grade II* listed. For related listed features, see here. Old maps mark, a short distance to the S.E. of the village, Providence Bible Christian Chapel, at SX 0842 8978. It appeared to be in residential use when Streetview made its only visit (so far) in 2009.
Treveighan, the Methodist Chapel on Chapel Lane, as seen by Streetview in 2009. It was built as Bible Christian in 1828. Grade II listed.

Trevelmond, Wesleyan Methodist Chapel. SX 203 636. Paul E. Barnett (2017).
Treverbyn (near St. Austell), St. Peter the Apostle. SX 0167 5709. Link. Grade II listed. The former Wesleyan Methodist Church (or site of) on Chapel Terrace at SX 0146 5707. Another view. Cemetery Chapel at SX 0182 5709. All Paul E. Barnett (2017).
Treverva,
the Methodist Church, originally Wesleyan. SW 7552 3157. Paul E. Barnett (2014).
Treviscoe, Methodist Church, built as Wesleyan in 1911. An smaller church of 1902 preceded it, and it still stands at the rear of the present church. Paul has advised that the church will close in August 2018. Another view. SW 940 565. Both Paul E. Barnett (2016).
Trevone, St. Saviour. SW 893 756. Bill McKenzie. Link. The former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, now used as a holiday let. SW 89355 75534. Paul E. Barnett (2016).
Trewarmett, the former Methodist Chapel (1890 - 1986)was originally Bible Christian. SX 067 866. Mike Berrell (2015).
Trewassa, the former Bible Christian Chapel, as seen by Streetview in 2010. Pre-dating a map of 1883, it appears to now be in residential use. SX 1467 8680.
Trewellard, the former Methodist Chapel (1833) was built as Wesleyan. According to an Estate Agents notice, (which has some interior photos) the chapel was closed in 2005. SW 3763 3376. Paul E. Barnett (2018). Grade II listed. Older O.S. maps also show a Bible Christian Chapel (2016 Streetview). Now in commercial use, this source (which calls it Trewellard Cross Wesleyan Teetotal Chapel) dates it to 1841. SW 3774 3386.
Trewen, St. Michael. Exterior and interior photos are available here. SX 2520 8356. Link. Grade II* listed.
Trewennack, Methodist Church, previously Free United Methodist. SW 6807 2880. Paul E. Barnett (2014). Grade II listed.
Trewithian, the conversion of, or a new build on the site of, a Wesleyan Methodist Chapel. SW 877 371. Jo Lewis.
Trewoon, Trinity Methodist Church, built as Wesleyan. SW 992 529. Paul E. Barnett (2015). Link. Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses (perhaps late 1980's). SW 990 531.  Jo Lewis.
Treworlas, the former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, converted to residential use. SW 892 385. Jo Lewis.
Trezaise, the former Bible Christian Chapel (1853). SW 990 591. Paul E. Barnett (2019).
Trezelah, former Wesleyan Chapel. SW 477 339. Paul E. Barnett (2015).
Trispen, Wesleyan Methodist Chapel. SW 842 503. Paul E. Barnett (2017).
Troon, a former church on Treslothan Road, now used as the church hall. It's labelled on the 1908 OS map as Mission Church with adjoining Sunday School at left. SW 6596 3793. Paul E. Barnett (2015). The Methodist Church of 1863 (Wesleyan), on Fore Street. SW 6612 3823. Paul E. Barnett (2023). Link. Another Methodist Chapel stood a short distance away, off Fore Street, at SW 6620 3820. Labelled as Free United on the 1908 map, a bungalow now stands on the site.
Paul E. Barnett (2022). A Mortuary Chapel stands in the cemetery, about half a mile north of the village, at SW 6602 3879. Paul E. Barnett (2018). Marked on some O.S. maps a little way west of the village, in a wood called The Reens is what Historic England calls "The remains of the Chapel of St Ia and adjacent cell", at SW 6583 3817. Not seen by Streetview, a photo of a low wall and the related holy well can be seen here. Link.
Truro.
Tuckingmill, All Saints (1845) on Pendarves Street. SW 657 407. The All Saints Community Centre was built as a parish school in 1845. SW 657 407. Link. Baptist Church on Pendarves Street. SW 656 406. Link. All Paul E. Barnett (2014).
Tucoyse, the former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel. SW 965 458. Jo Lewis (2018).
Twelveheads, Methodist Church, originally Wesleyan. Another view. SW 7601 4227. Both Paul E. Barnett (2015 & 2024).
Tywardreath, St. Andrew the Apostle. Dedicated in 1343, it underwent extensive re-building in 1880. SX 085 543. Andrew Ross. Another view, Paul E. Barnett (2016). Link. The Methodist Church, on Church Street was built as Wesleyan. SX 084 542. Andrew Ross. Another view, Paul E. Barnett (2016). Bible Christian Chapel. SX 086 545. Paul E. Barnett (2017).
Tywardreath Highway, Bible Christian Chapel (1890). A 2016 Streetview is available here. SX 0756 5544. Paul E. Barnett (2018).

Upton Cross, St. Paul. SX 279 722. Link. Wesleyan Methodist Chapel. SX 283 722. Both Paul E. Barnett (2018).

Venterdon, the Methodist Church, built as Wesleyan in 1869, successor to one of 1816, now demolished. SX 3571 7494. Paul E. Barnett (2018).
Veryan, St. Symphorian on Green Lane. SW 916 395. Derek Jordan. Another view. A holy well stands in the churchyard (grade II listing). Both Paul E. Barnett (2016). Link. Grade I listed. The former Trewartha Chapel stands nearby at SW 925 396. It is now in residential and commercial use. Jo Lewis.
Veryan Green, the ruins of the former Ebenezer Bible Christian Chapel. There is a record of it having been offered for sale in the 1950's. SW 921 404. Jo Lewis.

Wadebridge, St. Petroc (C) at Egloshayle. Curiously, Pevsner has it as "St Conan (?)". This is perhaps because of the presence of St. Conan, a Mission Church, across the river. To add to this, the church notice board doesn't give a dedication, and older large-scale O.S. maps call it St. Paul. SX 0008 7191. Steve Bulman (2010). Two additional views - 1, 2, both Bill Henderson (2017). The font, Christopher Skottowe (1973). Link1. Link2. The grade I listing says it's "apparently undedicated", of Norman origins, but mainly C15 fabric. The lychgate and many of the graveyard monuments are also listed - they can be accessed from the here. Methodist Church on Egloshayle Road. This was originally Wesleyan. For sale in 2010. The photo taken from across the river. SW 9926 7244. Steve Bulman (2010). The Christian Centre was originally Congregational. SW 9881 7239. Graeme Harvey (2011). Wadebridge Methodist Church on Fairpark Road is now known as Cornerstone. SW 9905 7205. Paul E. Barnett (2024). Link. St. Mary (CoE) has been demolished. It stood at SW 9905 7205, and the site can be seen here. The evidently fresh work suggests that the demolition might have been relatively recent when the Streetview camera went past in 2009. St. Michael (R.C., opened 1947) can be seen on a 2017 Streetview. SW 9890 7245. Link. A United Methodist Chapel once stood at SW 9931 7235. The 2018 Streetview shows a house called "Old Chapel" - the chapel itself stood closer to the road.
Warbstow, St. Werburgha. SX 2053 9034.
  Chris Kippin (2024). Link. Grade II* listed. For related listed features, see here.
Warleggan, St. Bartholomew. Interior and exterior photos are available here.
SX 1563 6909. Grade II* listed. A cross and assorted churchyard monuments are listed separately, and they can be found here.
Washaway, St. Conan (1883). Two photos can be found here. SX 0356 7002. Grade II listed.
Week St. Mary, St. Mary the Virgin. SX 2372 9772. Les Horn (2009).
 Link. Grade I listed. The Methodist Church on Bastville, as seen by Streetview in 2009. Older O.S. maps label it as Zion Bible Christian Chapel. It's dated here to 1888, successor on the same site to an earlier chapel of 1842. SW 2370 9749. Another view,
  Chris Kippin (2024). Link. The same source has in figure 5 a photo of its predecessor, of 1829, located at circa SW 2367 9757.
Wendron, dedicated to St. Wendron, St. Gwendron, or St. Wendrona. SW 678 311. Steve Taylor. Link1. Link2.
Werrington, St. Martin. SX 327 876. Graeme Harvey (2011).
West Portholland, the former(?) church (1858), which shows as Bible Christian on a 1907 map. SW 959 413. Paul E. Barnett (2016). Another view, Chris Kippin (2018).
West Taphouse, The Old Chapel, now a B&B, was originally a Wesleyan Chapel. SX 153 634. Paul E. Barnett (2016).
Wheal Buller, (near Redruth), Wesleyan Chapel (1912). Two more views - 1, 2. SW 6994 4025. All Paul E. Barnett (2014 and 2023). It's dated here (where there is a photo) to 1912-1989, successor to an earlier chapel of 1833 a little way to the east, at SW 7009 4021. It was demolished at some point, but no trace remains today.
Wheal Buller, (near St. Just), the former Bible Christian Chapel, which has a date-stone for 1896. SW 4099 3176. Paul E. Barnett (2018).
Wheal Busy, Bible Christian Chapel. SW 738 452. Paul E. Barnett (2017).
Wheal Francis, Wesleyan Chapel. Another view. SW 7876 5242. Both reproduced by kind permission of Derek Brooks (of the Goonhavern Community Website).
Wheal Rose, the former Bible Christian Chapel at SW 7160 4521. It's dated here to 1824-1935 or 1937. Another view. Both Paul E. Barnett (2015 and 2022).
White Cross (near Helston), Cury Methodist Church - originally Wesleyan, of 1890. To its left is its predecessor of the early nineteenth century. SW 6824 2144. Chris Kippin (2019). Older O.S. maps also show a Free United Methodist Chapel at the eastern end of the village, at SW 6851 2153. It seems to have closed by the mid-20th century. Converted to residential use, it was seen by Streetview in 2009.
Whitecross (near Penzance), the former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel. It's dated here to 1858. SW 5246 3430. Paul E. Barnett (2022).
Whitemoor, Bible Christian Chapel dates to before 1881. SW 969 574. Paul E. Barnett (2017).
Whitestreet (S.E. of St Agnes), the ruin of the Wesleyan Methodist Chapel. It pre-dates a map of 1880.  A scant history can be read here, where there is a photo from when it was in slightly better condition. SW 7449 4911. Paul E. Barnett (2022).
Whitstone, St. Anne. Another view, and the holy well in the churchyard. A nonconformist cemetery is attached to the church - it has a date-stone for 1926. I'm not sure I've ever heard of one before. SX 2629 9861. All
  Chris Kippin (2024). Link. More exterior and interior photos can be found here. Grade I listed. For other related listed features, see here. Whitstone Methodist Church stands about half a mile S.S.E. of the church, at SX 2676 9796 in what was originally the separate hamlet of Boot. Older maps label it as Bible Christian. Chris Kippin (2024). Link. Its predecessor stands a short distance to the south, at SX 2678 9781. By the time of a map of 1907 it was in use as a Sunday School. It's seen here by Streetview in 2023. Its grade II listing dates it to 1835.
Widemouth, Our Lady and St. Anne (Anglican, 1929). Another view, and its interior.
 All Chris Kippin (2024). Another exterior, and interior photos, can be found here. As the church website (where there are also photos) explains, the church was originally towards the north of the village, and was transplanted to its current location in 1940. SS 2027 0207. Grade I listed.
Withiel, St. Clement. SW 994 654. Paul E. Barnett (2018). Link. Grade I listed.
Woodford, the Methodist Church, which was originally Bible Christian. SS 2198 1360.
  Chris Kippin (2024). Link. The village also had a Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, at SS 2188 1345. There's now a house (2009 Streetview) on its site, although the chapel extended further to the left. Both chapels pre-date a map of 1885.

Yeolmbridge, Methodist Church, was originally Wesleyan. SX 319 882. Graeme Harvey (2011). Link.

Zelah, Mission Church. SW 812 518. The former Methodist Chapel, built as Wesleyan in 1859, was extended and had a Sunday School added to the rear in 1868. It was closed 1992. SW 810 516. Bible Christian Chapel. SW 808 513. All Paul E. Barnett (2016).
Zennor, St. Senara. SW 455 385. Bill McKenzie. Another view, Paul E. Barnett (2014). Link. Grade I listed. Former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, now in commercial use. SW 453 384. Paul E. Barnett (2014). There are old photos of both of these churches
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