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St Stephen's was built on the site of an 11th-century church, in the 14th century and rebuilt around 1470. The tower and east window were paid for by John Shipward, four times Mayor of Bristol, who died in 1473, the tower being built by the...More
The cafe attached to this lovely church does great breakfasts lunches cakes and drinks. Affiliated with the Brandon Trust, young adults with learning disabilities work in the cafe. What a great place to visit and support. Bacon butties and mince pies are second to none!!!
One of the many town centre churches in the old city of Bristol. Worthy of a visit. The 4 little spires on top of the tower was added later and I was told it is called a "Somerset Crown" but I cannot find a reference...More
The cafe was being redesigned the day we visited, but a lovely and lively elderly woman happily showed us through the church proper, pointing out the art work presented as apology for the fact that members of the church once supported slavery (tho later was...More
There is a very varied and eclectic range of music on offer at this city centre church at lunchtime - all free, with a retiring collection. And I do mean varied! I took the Mem Sahib to see a wonderful saxophone quartet a while ago....More
This church welcomes all.
Even I, an atheist who happens to play church organs, has been welcomed here by men and women who can truly call themselves Christians. I'm an atheist - which means that I don't believe he was the son of God, but...More