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These places of worship share their cultural heritage and collections with the community and visitors alike. They are not only sacred to those who worship in them but are also buildings which showcase a variety of stories about their communities.
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Barrow In Furness
Impressive red sandstone remains and ornately decorated chapter house. Once was the second most prosperous Cistercian abbey in England.
Cathedral / Minster
Feel the past around you on a visit to Blackburn Cathedral in the centre of this Pennine Lancashire town. World class organ, aluminium spire, 10 bells, cafe and shop.
This is the oldest Meeting House in the area (Lancaster), and the modest, unassuming building is set amidst the tranquillity of the Quaker burial ground. Open by arrangement.
Peaceful and inspiring Buddhist Temple, amazing Romantic Gothic mansion, relaxing café, gift shop and book store. Six minute woodland walk to beach.
Heritage / Visitor Centre
Crawshawbooth Meeting House is an early 18thC Grade II listed building which is still active today. All are welcome to join for worship at this lovely location by an old Pack-horse bridge over the little River Limy.
North of Carnforth, this village has strong links to the Washington family, ancestors of the USA's first President George Washington. The local church bears the Washington coat of arms, and flies the Stars & Stripes flag every 4th July.
There was a Chapel-of-ease on this site in 1250 and a later chapel in 1544. The tower itself restored in 1653 and 1712, is the only remaining part of that building which was replaced by the present structure in approximately 1740. On the western face
A treasured little church which was founded by monks who left Barnoldswick to establish Kirkstall. Externally, the wonderful roof, 16thC tower and quiet graveyard merit attention.
A 13th century church, with 15th century misericords and screens, several box pews, 17th century brasses, 18th century organ and a chained book. A special feature is the woodwork and a unique east window that looks out onto the churchyard.
Abbey / Priory
Lancaster Priory & Parish Church dates from the 11th Century, though there has been a church on the site from 630 AD. Come and discover the Church's history and witness the impressive medieval interior, with Viking ornaments and much more.
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