Christ Church, Wolverhampton facts for kids
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The church was built in 1867 to designs of the local architect Edward Banks. The aisles were added in 1869 and the church was consecrated on 3 November 1870 by the Bishop of Lichfield. The chancel was added in 1887. The chancel was decorated with wall paintings in 1903 by J. Edie Read and Wyndham Hughes. A chapel and vestries were completed in 1906. The tower was never completed.
A parish was assigned out of St Andrew's Church, Wolverhampton on 27 October 1876.
It was made redundant and demolished in 1975 and a Mosque was built on the site.
The church had a pipe organ by J.W. Walker and Sons. A specification of the organ can be found on the National Pipe Organ Register.
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