There are over 300 churches, chapels and meeting rooms in Warwickshire. We would like to include details of all of them in this section. If your church is not included and you would like to supply a photograph and some information about it, we would love to hear from you.

Please email : Sarah.Constable@Inkwellmedia.co.uk

The tiny old Quaker Meeting House was built between 1681 and 1684 on land bequeathed by Samuel Lucas and there have been Quaker meetings there...

 Quaker /  Ettington

Wooton Wawen is the oldest church in Warwickshire, with a Saxon tower and crossing dating back to around 900. There is no trace of the...

 Church of England /  Wooton Wawen

This Victorian church, with its soaring spire, is a masterpiece, built in 14th-century Gothic style. It is set amongst trees in the Avon Dassett hills....

 Church of England /  Avon Dassett

St Peter’s is situated approximately 5 miles from Dunchurch and 8 miles from Rugby in the village of Grandborough. Two Wellingtonia trees, which were planted...

 Church of England /  Grandborough

St Charles Borromeo Roman Catholic Church, Hampton-on-the-Hill, is a Grade II* listed Gothic church built in 1819 with a perpendicular-style addition of 1830. The interior...

 Roman Catholic Church /  Hampton-on-the-Hill

St Peter is a large church with the scale of a cathedral scale but is situated in a small village. This is explained by it...

 Church of England /  Hampton Lucy