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I called in to view this church having been recommended to do so. I was very pleasantly surprised! The interior is unusual - unlike the standard Protestant churches. I was really pleased that the upkeep of this church is supported by the local Catholic church...More
Located in the town centre this beautiful church is well worth a visit if you are strolling around Westport. Every doorway and window is decorated on the outside and the interior is simply wonderful, full of Carrera marble and mosaics. A place of serenity and...More
A stunning church and a delightful priest. This Episcopal church is a landmark which needs lots of money for upkeep. This cause is worthwhile enough for the catholic church to contribute to repairs and maintenance. A wonderful example of ecumenicalism
The Marquis of Sligo commissioned this church to replace the old church within the demesne. It consists of a single cell terminated by a polygonal apse, and
was consecrated in 1872.
The belfry is also polygonal.
The interior is beautifully decorated- comparable with Clane or...More
We happened on this a little accidentally and expected little more than a standard Protestant Church of Ireland church, little decorated and perhaps a bit sad. However, it turned out something much better with wonderful early arts and crafts fittings and stylings. Ruskinian Gothic the...More