A THOUSAND years of church history around the Huddersfield area will be reflected in a display at the town's parish church.
The Power And The Glory is a photographic exhibition by retired architect Albert Booth.
He launched it in 2000 at the Methodist Mission in Lord Street.
Since then, the 100 photos taken over half a century have toured museums and churches across Kirklees.
The photos show how generations of church-goers have developed their places of worship.
Richard Butterfield, of the Kirklees Council Community History Service, said: "Kirklees has an astonishing variety of churches from ancient parishes to remote chapels.
"Albert Booth's photographs of many of them is a body of work unrivalled in its scope and quality."
Huddersfield Parish Church, St Peter's, features among the photos.
Although a Norman church was built on its site in the 12th century the present building dates from 1836.
It was designed by J P Pritchett, who also designed Huddersfield's impressive railway station.
The Rev Catherine Ogle, the vicar of Huddersfield, said: "The exhibition takes really well-known local places and reveals things about them that you did not know.
"And it shows the links between the history of the Huddersfield area and the country as a whole."
The collection will be on display until Saturday May 18.
The church is producing a postcard of St Peter's, based on an Albert Booth photo, to coincide with the exhibition.
Opening times are 9.30 until 4pm Monday to Friday, and 10am until 4pm Saturdays. Admission is free.