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A lovely anglican church in the centre of Manchester. Has some lovely stained glass, including a window I saw this time of Solomon. A nice place to sit quietly and pray, has a small cafe inside a lovely church, also does midweek services.
This central city Anglican Church dates from just after 1700. It is a real delight with beautiful stained glass windows. Notice the figure lying outside. I was warmly welcomed by priest Paul. I feel sad that I do not live in England: I would love...More
On the opposite corner to Russell and Bromley shoe shop in busy St Ann's Square, stands this lovely Church. It has one clock tower and together with the red sandstone exterior is quietly impressive. This 18th century building (renovated over the years) is now Grade...More