Isle of Wight Churches and Chapels

(Isle of Wight, England, UK)

Isle of Wight ChurchesThere are a huge number of churches spread all around the Isle of Wight. Places of worship are based in all of the main towns, with high concentrations being found at Cowes, Newport, Ryde, Sandown, Shanklin, Ventnor and Wootton.

Particularly notable on the Isle of Wight is the historic Holy Trinity Church at Cowes, which was built in 1832 and is known on the island for its spectacular seafront situation, next to the Royal Yacht Squadron. This place of worship boast grand proportions, with 30-metre / 100-foot nave walls and a series of supporting buttresses.

At the town of Ryde, there are several churches that really do stand out from the crowd. The All Saints Church of England sometimes goes by the name of the 'Island Cathedral' and was constructed between the years of 1868 and 1872. Step inside to find interesting features, such as an alabaster pulpit and marble columns. Close by is the Ryde Methodist Church, which is situated on Garfield Road, close to the beach, the Ryde Esplanade and the Pier Head.

Bembridge, Seaview, Brading and Yaverland

Brighstone, Mottistone, Shorwell and Brook

Isle of Wight Churches

Cowes, Gurnard and Northwood

East Cowes and Whippingham

Godshill, Sandford, Arreton and Newchurch

Newport, Carisbrooke and Gunville

Newtown, Calbourne, Shalfleet, Newbridge and Wellow

Niton, Chale and Whitwell

Ryde, Binstead and Havenstreet

Sandown, Lake and Apse Heath

Ventnor, Wroxall, St. Lawrence and Bonchurch

West Wight