Saint Chrysostom's Church is the Church of England
(Anglican) parish church of Victoria Park
, England. The patron saint of the church is St John Chrysostom and the church belongs to the Anglo-Catholic tradition. St Chrysostom's, Manchester is one of three churches dedicated in honour of St John Chrysostom in the Church of England. The Church is in the Deanery of Ardwick within the Archdeaconry of Manchester, the Diocese of Manchester and Province of York
The building in the early English style was built to the design of George Tunstall Redmayne between 1874 and 1876 at a cost of £13,000.The church was consecrated by the Bishop of Manchester, Bishop James Fraser on the 13 October 1877.Most of the windows are the work of the stained glass artists Burlison and Grylls, and have been influenced by the Pre-Raphaelite style. The windows in the nave and chancel have a uniform style, which adds a distinct character to the church. The pale elaborate canopies, detailed paintwork, dark robes and magnificent rich colours are characteristic of their work.