St. Martin’s Church, Canterbury, England, is the oldest parish church in continuous use. In 668 St. Martin’s was known to be the private chapel of Queen Bertha of Kent, a Christian Frankish Princess whose husband allowed her to practice her religion in the building which, according to Venerable Bede, had been in use before Roman times.
Edward VI, son of Henry VIII and Jane Seymour.Crowned at 9,he died at 15 of tuberculosis or pneumonia,and named Lady Jane Grey his (9 day) successor, ignoring both his half sisters. Although he only reigned for 6 years, he solidified the protestant religion in England that remained intact despite the efforts of his ultimate successor, the Catholic Queen Mary.
The Stripping Of The Altars: Traditional Religion In England, c. 1400-c.1580 (Paperback)
Scientology and me [Documentary Full] a very good documentary on scientology from the BBC where that group is not considered a religion in England, and shows how seriously that group uses threats and fears to even let a regular journalist interview people.