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This is a modern building but that does not detract from its old world charm as on entering it is all white marble and with a massive oil painting of Jesus caring the cross above the Altar we where there as a family to celebrate...More
From the outside,the architecture of tis church seems to be a victim of Turrets' syndrome,which gives it its own cachet.
Inside it gives the impression of congregational intimacy in the way the pews are arranged around the altar.
Where it has a martial appearance on...More
This church is 'hidden away' in Alfred Street, opposite our hotel, and looks almost Gothic from the outside. Inside it's a different story, and its beauty, particularly the fan vaulted ceiling, is a complete surprise to the visitor. Extensive renovations were completed some years ago,...More
It's a nice church, fairly striking and pretty for Belfast but compared to churches and cathedrals in other cities it's nothing special. Even compared to St Anne's Cathedral in Cathedral Quarter it's hugely disappointing.