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Christ Church with St Ewen
Bristol Top 23 in Can't Miss Attractions

5/5
1 Reviews
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Address: 63 Broad Street, Bristol BS1 2EJ, England

What people are saying:

On the way from Graffiti Street to the pier, you can pass a pedestrian street, with various supermarkets on both sides and the church at the intersection on the other side of the city hall. The tall bell tower is still a representative of architecture. Although unlike the red bricks and the main church, there is a huge green space in the square. The buildings crowded next to the hotel do not appear to be very horizontal, but the reliefs are very exquisite.

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  • adriancharlesclark
    adriancharlesclark
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    You Really Couldn't Make It Up

    Delightfully eclectic mix of parishioners. A diverse group drawn together for the love of the Christian gospel so beautifully articulated in the 1662 Book of Common Prayer. All worship, both choral eu...

    Reviewed on /Date(1595646557000+0800)/
  • DanielDay906
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    Church in the heart of Bristol

    A lovely church, right in the middle of Bristol's Old City. The vicar and congregants are very friendly, the building is beautiful, the music is superb, and the Prayer Book services are solemn and dig...

    Reviewed on /Date(1557899550000+0800)/
  • JoanneClark50
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    Love this Church

    A wonderful place to have worship and fellowship. Love spending time here. Everyone is very friendly.

    Reviewed on /Date(1557128418000+0800)/
  • adriancharlesclark
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    A Place of Worship Steeped in Classical Christian Theology

    The services here are deeply spiritual and follow a form of worship that has been known since it was first penned by Thomas Cranmer and published in 1549. Today services are conducted using the 1662 B...

    Reviewed on /Date(1557045636000+0800)/
  • sknock
    sknock
    Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
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    georgian gem

    This church is really well worth visiting if you can the interior is wonderful .The vicar was very welcoming . The church like a number in Bristol lacks a guidebook but never mind

    Reviewed on /Date(1501462470000+0800)/

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