Christ Church, York
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|Christ Church, Heworth, York|
Christ Church, Heworth, York (photograph by Gareth Foster)
|Denomination||Church of England|
|Architect(s)||A. Michael Mennim|
|Parish||Heworth Christ Church|
|Diocese||Diocese of York|
|Province||Province of York|
Christ Church is located on Stockton Lane in Heworth, York, England. It was opened in March 1964.
It has been called "one of the most pleasing modern churches." The building design is attributed to 'M. Menim;' this may have been A. Michael Mennim, who designed a number of churches in the York area.
- Stacpoole, Alberic (1972). The Noble City of York. York: Cerialis Press. pg. 360. The same text is repeated in Gee, Eric A. (1979) The Architecture of York. Cerialis Press. pg. 37.
- "'MENNIM, Alexander Michael: fl. 1959-1979 of York'". Church Plans Online. Incorporated Church Building Society. Retrieved 9 December 2013.
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