Related Churches within the area and contact information from external sources such as Crockfords can be found below.
St. Peter's Church was rebuilt between 1740 and 1742, with the stone tower being completed in 1786. It is Congleton's civic church, and can be seen from most parts of town, except from the town centre where it is located!
St Stephen's Church is situated where Willow Street becomes Brook Street (later Buxton Road), near Congleton's park and leisure centre (see map here). The building was completed in 1860, and has a picturesque interior with main nave and side aisles.
Holy Trinity Church is situated at the traffic lights on the Biddulph Road and Leek Road / Reades Lane junction. The building dates from 1846, and encompasses a narrow nave without pillars, plus a balcony.
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