Church of St Margaret
Lewknor, England, UK
Church. Late C12; early C14 chancel, south aisle and porch (probably built for Sir John de Lewknor); C15 vestry and tower; chancel restored 1845 by James Johnson, and nave in 1863 by Arthur Blomfield. Flint rubble with limestone ashlar dressings; gabled mid C19 tile roof.
St. Philip and St. James Church
Oxford, England, UK
This attractive Victorian Gothic church dating from 1860 is considered one of G.E. Street's principal works. It now houses the Oxford Centre for Mission Studies. The interior is not open to the public, but the exterior is well worth a look.
Adderbury Church (St Mary)
Adderbury, England, UK
Church. Early C13 and early C14; chancel and vestry 1409-19 by Richard Winchcombe for New College Oxford; chancel restored c.1831 by J.C. Buckler; nave restored c.1866 by Sir G.G.
Ewelme Church ( St Mary)
Ewelme, England, UK
Grade I listed building of the 15th century made of flint and limestone rubble, with wood details. Many interesting details inside.
Church of St Giles
Oxford, England, UK
This 12th-century parish church just north of Oxford's city center was consecrated by St. Hugh of Lincoln.
Church of St James
South Leigh, England, UK
The Church of St. James in South Leigh, Oxfordshire, dates primarily from the 15th century. It is notable for its beautiful wall paintings depicting the Last Judgment, saints, and other themes.
Church of St Peter
Great Haseley, England, UK
This fine parish church in Oxfordshire is exceptionally large for the size of its village. It has features ranging in date from about 1200 to 1400.
Hailes, England, UK
This charming country chapel contains some magnificent 13th-century wall paintings of saints, heraldry, mythical beasts, and hunting scenes.
St John the Baptist Burford
Burford, England, UK
Begun in 1175, the Church of St. John the Baptist, Burford is a fine Gothic church with many interesting details and a beautiful setting: alongside a peaceful river on the edge of a pretty Oxfordshire village.
Church of St Lawrence
Lechlade, England, UK
Grade-I listed parish church in the Cotswolds near the Thames River, with a 13th-century foundation, completely rebuilt in the mid-to-late-15th century and restored in 1882 by Waller.
The Priory Church of St. Bartholomew the Great
Founded in 1123 as a priory church, Great St. Bart's is one of the oldest churches in London and has appeared in several films. Today it is an active Anglican church known for its choral services.
St Kenelm's Church
Minster Lovell, England, UK
An attractive little cruciform church, built in the early 15th century on earlier foundations. Inside are monuments, benches, and a font from the same date.