Mike Pozzi: This Travelling Life
Its style is Neo-Gothic/Art-Deco. Its full name is The "Guildford Cathedral-Church of the Holy Spirit" , or more colloquially 'The Peoples Church', because even though the foundation stone was laid in 1936, the people were able to contribute in 1954 by buying brick for half a crown.
Its external brick build reminds me of a steam-turbine power station, similar to Battersea Power Station and the Tate Modern.
It's certainly worth a visit to see how simple, yet majestic, a modern major building can feel, and yet less than a century old.
It is of course an active church with both religious services, choral and other social events.