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St Maries R C Church

St Maries Presbytery, Manchester Rd, Bury BL9 0DR, UK – 0161 764 1048

Good place to worship and god's warmly welcome by peristners. Love this church to go and thanks and praise the lord. Good quiet place for worshiping. Highly recommended. X

Nice friendly people.

Radcliffe Road Baptist Church

Radcliffe Rd, Bury BL9 9LH, UK – 0161 762 9476

I know Simon since I was 8 about 16 years ago thank u be there for me u my bestest mate forever

As a deacon in the church I can heartily recommend RRBC as a warm, friendly and bible based church. If you're looking for a church in Bury, please come along and worship the Lord with us!

Bury Parish Church

The Rock, Bury BL9 0AH, UK – 0161 764 2452

The Parish Church is situated in the centre of Bury on the Rock. Coffee shop and gift shop inside the church. Beautiful Victorian architecture. Stained glass windows. Open to the public . Also used as a concert venue!

Welcoming and friendly staff. Good cafe. The Fuseler Regimental Church with all the battle honners on display. car parking spaces. In the centre of town

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One of the first and one of the best of the church finding websites.

Most churches are listed although some have not entered a great deal of detail about themselves. The churches at the top of the list have the fullest entries. You will need to click FOR MORE for the rest.

You should have no trouble finding churches within the Bury area.
'Church Near You' is a Church of England directory but other denominations can also register free. Entries go from a basic name and address to comprehensive details about the churches listed. However very many churches are not listed at all so you may need to go to Find A Church to see more churches around the Bury area.
The Thompson guide lists places of worship for every denomination, creed and faith. You just see the name and address plus an email button in some cases. The Thompson guide has truely excellent maps!