List of churches in Gloucestershire
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The following is a list of churches in Gloucestershire, England.
- Gloucester Vineyard Church
- Gloucester Elim Church (Elim Pentecostal Church), Park End Road, Gloucester, GL1 5AN
- Redeemed Christian Church of God, Overcomers House Gloucester, Parry Hall, Parry Road, GL1 4RZ
- Redeemed Christian Church of God, Jesus Kingdom City, Worcester Street, Kingsholm, Gloucester, GL1 3AS
- Kingfisher Church, Moor Street, Gloucester, Gloucestershire, GL1 4NJ
- One Church Gloucester, Assemblies of God (AOG) Pentecostal Church, Off Baneberry Road Gloucester GL4 6NY
- City Church Gloucester, 46 Seymour Road, Gloucester,GL1 5PT
- Gloucester Community Church, St Luke’s, Stroud Road, Gloucester, GL1 5JR
- Grange Baptist Church, Grange Road, Tuffley, Gloucester GL4 0PD
- Clearspring Church, Brockworth Court, Atcost Barn, Court Road, Gloucestershire, GL3 4QU
- St Peter's Church, Gloucester
- St John's Methodist Church, Northgate Street, Gloucester GL1 2AN
- Southgate Evangelical Church, 146 Southgate Street, Gloucester GL1 2EX
- Brunswick Baptist Church, 52-56 Southgate Street, Gloucester GL1 2DR
Lonsdale Road Methodist Church, Lonsdale Road, Elmbridge, Gloucester GL2 0TA
- Destiny Temple Church, Worcester Street, Gloucester GL1 3AS http://destinytemple.com/
- St Barnabas Church, Gloucester
- St Georges Church, Gloucester
- St James Church, Quedgeley
- St Nicholas Church, Hardwicke
- St Paul and St Stephen's Church, Gloucester
(Diocese of Gloucester) (not a complete list)
- Cheltenham Minster — the original church of the town and the only surviving medieval building.
- St. Matthew's Church (evangelical) — a 19th-century foundation, now a combined parish with St. Mary's.
- St. Philip and St. James Church, Leckhampton (liberal) — part of the South Cheltenham mission area.
- St. Barnabas — Part of the West Cheltenham Team Ministry
- St. Mark  (evangelical) — part of the West Cheltenham Team Ministry 
- All Saints' Church (Anglo-catholic) — Gustav Holst was a chorister at All Saints, his father, Adolph von Holst, being organist and Master of the Choristers.
- Christ Church (evangelical)
- St. Paul's Church (evangelical)
- St. Luke's Church
- Trinity Church (evangelical) — one of the largest Anglican congregations outside London.
- United Church of St Michael, Whaddon — A united Anglican and Methodist Church
- Cheltenham Network Church — An Anglican church without a parish.
- St. Gregory's Church, Cheltenham
- Bethesda Methodist Church
- St Mark's Methodist Church
- Cambray Baptist Church
- Grace Church Cheltenham
- Christian City Church - located at The Pavilion, Hatherley Lane.
- Elim Christian Centre of the Elim Pentecostal Church
- URC in Cheltenham — United Reformed Church (including St. Andrew's Montpellier).
- Whaddon Road Evangelical Presbyterian Church
- St. Thomas More Catholic Church
- Providence Baptist Chapel (Reformed & Evangelical)
- The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Thirlestaine Road
- Russian Orthodox Community in Gloucestershire & Cotswolds,Church of St. John Chrysostom in Bentham Lane, Bentham, GL51 4UT
- God First New Fronteers Church Cheltenham
- Church of St. John the Baptist, Cirencester
- Redeemed Christian Church of God, Overcomers House Cirencester, Chesterton Pri School Hall, Cirencester GL7 1SS
- St. Andrew's and St. Bartholomew's
- St. John the Evangelist
- Our Lady of Perpetual Succour
- Churchdown Methodist
- Stroud Baptist Church, John Street, Stroud, GL5 2HA.
- Stroud Christian Fellowship, meeting at The Science Block Downfield School, Beards Lane, Stroud.
- Chalford Baptist Church, The Tabanacle, Chalford Hill.
- Five Valleys Christian Fellowship.
- Ebley Chapel, Ebley
Cam & Dursley
- 3C Community Church, Church Road, Upper Cam, Gloucestershire, GL11 5PG
- St.George, Cam and St.Cyr, Stinchcombe
- StGregorys.org.uk, retrieved 3 January 2016