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Church of St Thomas the Martyr, Thomas Lane, Bristol BS1 6JG, UK – 0117 929 1766
After living in Bristol for 8 years, I discovered this beautiful church yesterday. What a gem!
A wonderful classical building.
21 St Stephen's St, Bristol BS1 1EQ, UK – 0117 927 7977
Loved the church so beautiful and the cafe was nice staff were lovely and very nice food
We got married in St Stephens Church on 5th September 2015. it is the most special church that we've ever been in. Whilst we were required to attend the church for 6 months leading up to the wedding as we didn't live in the parish, we found ourselves visiting more often as we enjoyed it so much. Whilst we always had an underlying belief, we were in no way religious before meeting the Reverend, Lee, at St. Stephens. We were made to feel welcome immediately and with every single service that we attended, found that it left us with profound thoughts after Lee had managed to make the bible relevant and applicable to our modern day lives. It provided a great pillar of strength to me in a tough time in my life and for that I will be forever grateful. The church is beautiful, inside and out, but the real beauty comes from it's congregation, all of whom play a very special part in one of the best communities that I've ever experienced. When it came to the actual service, ALL of our guests said that it was the most touching and personal service that they'd been to. Everybody enjoyed it and said that it was refreshingly relevant. Never preached to, ideas are welcomed but the faith remains an underlying important aspect of every part of each service. I lost count of the number of people who said that they'd go to church more if it was like St Stephens. I cannot recommend the church highly enough. We will continue to visit St Stephens whenever we return to Bristol. It's an incredibly special church and Lee is a very special person. Both will always have a very large place in our hearts.
The Parish Office, 12 Colston Parade, Redcliffe, Bristol BS1 6RA, UK – 0117 231 0060
The finest parish church in England as the first queen Elizabeth described it...and it really is...it's wonderful gothic perpendicular is really quite something..it was built in a time before cranes and modern building techniques...it was hand built on site..by fellows with incredible skills..and a head for heights It's a lively spiritual tranquil place.. There is a cafe in the crypt and a peice of a railway track stuck into the green at the back...which was blown half a mile from when the Luftwaffe bombed temple nears railway station
Gorgeous gothic church in Redcliffe area, it places nice contrast with modern buildings in the area. Nice place to go visit however it is a bit further from center or triangle but it's nearby to Queen's square and waterside which has lot to offer as well.