This is a beautiful peaceful church hidden in a quiet street. There is lots of information on the history of the Church during the Blitz. I also attended a lovely spiritual ceremony led by the priest.
1 - 10 of 24 reviews
The church is lovely and the people were very kind and welcoming. They have a very interesting exhibit about the history of the church, particularly the destruction and rebuilding during WWII.
Just off the beaten path from the River Avon.Away from the madding crowds,it is so quite around and inside the church. Just the place to get away from the noise and say a prayer. The inside of the church is so beautiful so please call...More
This Roman Catholic Church is not old by Bath standards, being built in the second half of the 19th century on the site of an old Benedictine priory. The church took a direct hit by a bomb in World War II and much had to...More
If you are in Bath, England and Catholic (or not!), do try to visit St John the Evangelist Church. It's not the city's perhaps more famous cathedral (that's the Church of England), but it is as grand, as scenic, and closer to the river. St...More
Worth stopping and going in here,beautiful architecture and colourful stained windows .This building is a structure of beauty.
We stayed opposite this church and enjoyed the views every day, its a real shame, reading from the history and that gardens were taken away and an ugly car park created instead. But inside is very impressive.
Having been a pupil in the infant and junior school that was attached to this church, to revisit this year brought back many memories. Exactly as I remember if from 40 years ago. The people have changed but the building looks the same. Well work...More
Came across this randomly while strolling around Bath, and it seemed like one of those sights that should've been famous but I just didn't know what it was. Got some very cool pictures of it with the sun coming down creating a beautiful sky behind...More