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Christ Church, Quinton
52°27′43.04″N 2°00′33.22″W / 52.4619556°N 2.0092278°W / 52.4619556; -2.0092278Coordinates: 52°27′43.04″N 2°00′33.22″W / 52.4619556°N 2.0092278°W / 52.4619556; -2.0092278
Location Quinton, Birmingham
Country England
Denomination Church of England
Churchmanship Open Evangelical
History
Dedication Christ
Architecture
Style Early English
Groundbreaking 1840
Completed 1841 (1841)
Construction cost £2,500
Administration
Parish Christ Church at the Quinton
Deanery Edgbaston
Archdeaconry Birmingham
Diocese Anglican Diocese of Birmingham

Christ Church, Quinton is a Grade II listed parish church in the Church of England in Birmingham.

History

The church was built in 1840 and restored in 1890 by Frank Barlow Osborn and Alfred Reading. The entrance porch was added in 1928.

A parish was assigned in 1841 from St John the Baptist’s Church, Halesowen. Part of the parish was taken in 1933 to form the parish of St Faith and St Laurence's Church, Harborne.

Organ

The two manual pipe organ by John Banfield was installed in 1868. A specification of the organ can be found on the National Pipe Organ Register. but is no longer present.

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