Milton Keynes Church, Buckinghamshire

As perhaps is fitting in Britain's most controversial and modernist towns, the Church of Christ the Cornerstone in Milton Keynes is an ecumenical church and welcomes Anglicans, Baptists, Methodists, Catholics and pretty much any other form of Christian worship.

The first turf at the church site was cut in May 1990 and the church was completed and consecrated in December 1991. The architect was Iain Smith, from a local company. The church is 101 feet high, plus the 18 foot cross on top.

Like everything else in Milton Keynes the idea somehow outstrips the reality and inside the Church is disappointingly low key and unexciting.

Photo - Andrew J. Müller

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