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The Greater Churches Network is a self-help organisation within the Church of England. Founded in 1991, there are currently 55 churches within the Greater Churches Network. Several of these buildings are former monastic properties that were converted to parish church use after the English Reformation. Others are large parish churches built at a time of great wealth. What they share in common are the requirements to offer facilities to a large number of visitors, host special services, offer community access and fund the specialist maintenance and repair of these large buildings, most of which are Grade I listed.

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  • The Greater Churches Network is a self-help organisation within the Church of England. Founded in 1991, there are currently 55 churches within the Greater Churches Network. Several of these buildings are former monastic properties that were converted to parish church use after the English Reformation. Others are large parish churches built at a time of great wealth. What they share in common are the requirements to offer facilities to a large number of visitors, host special services, offer community access and fund the specialist maintenance and repair of these large buildings, most of which are Grade I listed.
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  • The Greater Churches Network is a self-help organisation within the Church of England. Founded in 1991, there are currently 55 churches within the Greater Churches Network. Several of these buildings are former monastic properties that were converted to parish church use after the English Reformation. Others are large parish churches built at a time of great wealth. What they share in common are the requirements to offer facilities to a large number of visitors, host special services, offer community access and fund the specialist maintenance and repair of these large buildings, most of which are Grade I listed.
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