United Reformed Church, Kielder
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United Reformed Church, Kielder
- The United Reformed Church in Kielder, Northumberland, was built in 1874, originally as a Presbyterian Church. The Romanesque style stone church was designed by F.R. Wilson.[1] The church is Grade ...
St Andrew's Church, Crook
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St Andrew's Church, Crook
- St Andrew's, Crook, Methodist / United Reformed Church is located on Dawson Street in Crook, County Durham. The Church, formerly Crook Central Methodist Church, built in 1868, is Grade II* ...
United Reformed Church, Thropton
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United Reformed Church, Thropton
United Reformed Church, Great Bavington
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United Reformed Church, Great Bavington
Trinity United Reformed Church
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Trinity United Reformed Church
- The red brick church on the Esplanade in Whitlety Bay was opened on the 25th November 1900. It was renamed as Trinity United Reformed Church in 1975. The church was ...
Stockton Road United Reformed Church
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Stockton Road United Reformed Church
- Overview About Stocton Road URC Map Street View Formerly known as the Church of St George with Trinity and St James, on Stockton Road in Sunderland. It originally opened as ...
St Cuthbert’s URC Church
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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 ...
Christ Church, Stanley
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Christ Church, Stanley
- Overview Map Street View Christ Church is located on Church Bank / Station Road in Stanley, County Durham. It was built in 1895, originally as a Presbyterian Church, now United ...
United Reformed Church
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United Reformed Church
- Overview Map Street View The former United Reformed Church in Embleton was originally built as a Presbyterian Church in 1833. The building, altered in the 1920's, is Grade II listed. ...
United Reformed Church
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United Reformed Church
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Jesmond United Reform Church
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Jesmond United Reform Church
- Overview Map Street View A non-conformist church built 1887-1888, designed by W.L. Newcombe. The church is located on Burdon Terrace, in the Brandling Village area of Jesmond, a suburb of ...
United Reformed Church
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United Reformed Church
- Overview Map Street View The United Reformed Church is located near The Croft in Falstone. It was originally built in 1807 as a Presbyterian chapel for the North Tyne congregation.[1] ...
Bethel URC Church, Chester-le-Street
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Bethel URC Church, Chester-le-Street
- Overview Map Street View Bethel United Reformed Church is located on Low Chare in Chester-le-Street. The building, formerly Bethel Congregational Chape, was originally built in 1814, then remodelled in 1860. ...
Church of St.James
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Church of St.James
- Overview Map Street View St. James's United Reformed Church is located on Northumberland Road in Newcastle. It was built 1882-1884 by T. Lewis Banks, originally as a Congregational Church. The people ...
St Cuthbert's Church, Heaton Road
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St Cuthbert's Church, Heaton Road
- Overview Map Street View St Cuthbert's Church in Heaton is a United Reformed and Methodist partnership. This former Presbyterian church on the corner of Heaton Road and Cardigan Terrace was built ...
United Reformed Church
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United Reformed Church
- Overview Map Street View The URC Church on Waterloo Road in Blyth was built in 1876. It is Grade II listed on the National Heritage List for England. The congregation ...

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