Brookfield Unitarian Church, Gorton, Manchester
, is a Victorian Gothic church built between 1869–71. It was commissioned by Richard Peacock (1820–1889), engineer and Liberal MP for Manchester and designed by the prolific Manchester architect Thomas Worthington. The church cost Peacock £12,000. It was designated a Grade II* listed building on 3 October 1974.
Pevsner's The Buildings of England
describes the church as "very large and strikingly-prosperous looking. Stone, Early English style, with a north-west steeple. The church has a bold, simple, and perfect Ecclesiological interior." The church, and its graveyard, have suffered much from vandalism in recent years.