About England's Christian Heritage
England's Christian Heritage is not affiliated to any church or group. We take a Protestant and evangelical view of church history, but the guide covers early Roman, Celtic and Saxon Christians, Reformers, Anglicans, Methodists, Baptists, Independents and Quakers, together with well-known missionaries, hymn writers and philanthropists. The guide covers England only, not the whole of Britain, but we have a complementary website for Wales www.waleschristianheritage.org.uk.
The guide is about people not buildings. Famous churches and cathedrals are only mentioned if there is an association with a particular person
Unfortunately it is not possible to include information on opening times, disabled access or other facilities. Wherever possible, visitors should check details in advance.
Houses and other places mentioned may still be privately owned and not open to the public. If you visit, please respect the privacy of the owners and do not trespass on private property.
Every effort has been made to check the accuracy of the information. We apologise for any errors. England's Christian Heritage is copyright. The information may be printed for personal use only.
Mark Shephard (Author and Webmaster)