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St Cuthbert’s URC Church


St Cuthbert’s Presbyterian Church on Holy Island was built in 1891. In 1972, along with most of the Presbyterian Church of England, St Cuthbert’s became part of the newly formed United Reformed Church.[1]
Holy Island 1891 Churches and Cathedrals
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St Cuthbert's Centre

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St Cuthbert's Centre

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St Cuthbert's Centre

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St Cuthbert's Presbyterian Church

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The Old Boiler House Chapel in the Presbyterian Church

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The old Presbyterian Church, Lindisfarne

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The old Presbyterian Church, Lindisfarne

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The St Cuthbert's Centre, Holy Island

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St Cuthbert's

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St. Cuthbert's Centre - The United Reformed Church on Holy Island

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