Barnt Green

 

Anglican: St Andrew


Styled after an Italian basilica.  Red brick, early 20th century, by Arthur S. Dixon.  (Diocese of Birmingham).
The west end with apse porch was added in 2001. (Architect Liz Jeavons-Fellows.)

The church is open during daylight hours for most of the year. (Ref A Church Near You, Nov 2013)

Barnt_Green_St_Andrew                    Barnt Green Anglican Int

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Websites:   Grade II Listed Building.  Listing Details Here
                   English Heritage
                   Church Plans Online:  Original plans for new church, 1902.
                  
 A Church Near You
                   Parish Website
                   Family History Website

Baptist

 
A modern building in Bittell Road

Barnt_Green_Baptist

Baptist Church Website

Friends Meeting House


In Sandhill Road, a brick building (1969) by Marsh and Jolley of Birmingham


Barnt Green Meeting House

Barnt Green Quakers Website

References and some further sources:

Bridges, Tim. Churches of Worcestershire (2005)
Brooks, Alan, and Nikolaus Pevsner. Buildings of England: Worcestershire  (2007)

 n.b. Full details of these books are on bibliography and sources page

British History Online:   www.british-history.ac.uk (Enter Barnt Green in search box, forms part of entry for Alvechurch.)
                           
 Other nearby churches are: Alvechurch,  Blackwell,  Cofton Hackett,  Lickey.                        

 Click on red text for a link.   (Website links open in a new window.)                                Page updated November 2016.