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Religious buildings and places of Exeter

Page updated 3rd August 2015

Churches and Cathedral

All Hallows, Bartholomew Yard
Allhallows, Goldsmith Street
Christ Church, Grosvenor Place
George's Meeting House
Holy Trinity Church
Mint Methodist Church
Riverside Christian Centre
Sacred Heart Church
St Andrew's Church
St Anne's Chapel
St Catherine's Chapel
St Clare's Chapel
St David's Church
St Edmund's Church
St George's Church
St John's Church
St John's Chapel (Tabernacle Chapel)
St Lawrence's Church
St Leonard's Church
St Martin's Church
St Mary Arche' Church
St Mary Major Church
St Mary Steps Church
St Michael's, Mt Dinham
St Michael's, Alphington
St Michael's, Heavitree
St Michael's, Pinhoe
St Nicholas' Priory
St Olave's Church
St Pancras' Church
St Paul's Church
St Peter's Cathedral
St Petrock's Church
St Sidwell's Church
St Stephen's Church
St Thomas' the Apostle
Sidwell Street, Methodist
United Reformed, Heavitree


Lost and lesser known churches
Parishes of the City
with a map of the 19th century parishes
Salvation Army and Citadel
Jews' Synagogue
Marsh Barton Priory New

Cemeteries & Graves

Interesting Graves
Cathedral Yard
Higher Cemetery
Lower Cemetery & Catacombs
Exwick Cemetery
Dissenters' Graveyard
Jews' Graveyard

Sources: Exeter Architecture by Hugh Meller, 2000 Years in Exeter by W G Hoskins, West of the River by Hazel Harvey, Kelly's 1914. Express and Echo, History of the City of Exeter by Oliver 1861. History of Exeter by Jenkins 1805 and James Green by Brian George. White's 1850, Public Inscriptions by Den Perrin, Exeter Past by Hazel Harvey, Twentieth Century Architecture by Eduardo Hoyas-Saavedra, Exeter Burning by Peter Thomas, St Davids by Joyce Greenaway, the BBC and GENUKI. Notes of Alan Mazonowicz and council minutes from 1901. With

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