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St Michael's Church

Of Norman origin, the church was built outside the city walls and originally endowed in the Abbey of Tewkesbury. In 1193 the rector was named Matthias Cumblaine.

St Thomas's Church

The present church was completed in 1793. However, the original chapel to Bedminster Church on this site, dedicated to Thomas the Martyr, was descibed as being a large and elegant building as early as ...

Temple Church

Temple Church is so-called because the original church was built by the Knights Templar. The Templars, a society of soldier-monks, was formed during the time of the Crusades to defend the Holy Sepulchre and ...

St Mary Redcliffe

The tall spire of St Mary Redcliffe is an impressive and well-known feature of the harbour area. Yet for four and a quarter centuries it presented quite a different ...

Church of St Philip and St Jacob

The church of St Philip and St Jacob was built outside the original walls, just beyond the castle. It was the chapel of a priory believed to have been Benedictine. It became a parish church during the 12th ...

St Mark's Church

St Mark's is now known as the Lord Mayor's Chapel. Originally it was the chapel of the Hospital of the Gaunts. Tradition has it that, because it was endowed by the Berkeley family, it was built looking not ...

St Stephen's Church

St Stephen's was outside the old city wall but enclosed by the later one. The elegance of its 15th Century Perpendicular Gothic style tower has been remarked upon for centuries by travellers and ...

St Peter Church

The church of St Peter was gutted following enemy action in 1940 when central Bristol was blitzed. According to tradition the building had narrowly escaped destruction during the Civil ...

St Mary le Port

The church of St Mary le Port was founded in Saxon times and stood within the earliest city walls. Its name is said to come from the fact that it was built near to the original quayside on the River Avon, ...

Christ Church with St Ewen

The 18th century was a time of change. Christ Church, (originally known as Holy Trinity) which had existed for hundreds of years on this Wine Street/Broad Street corner, was demolished and a new church built ...
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