Related Churches within the area and contact information from external sources such as Crockfords can be found below.
Bath & Wells
We've come a long way since the first Vicar was appointed in 1191! Here at St Andrew's you'll find a warm welcome in this former 'Minster' Church, with modern facilities and a variety of worship options throughout the month. The church is often used for concerts, exhibitions, by our local schools and for other public events, so we are very much at the heart of our community.
St Michael the Archangel
Bath & Wells
NOW OPEN FOR PRIVATE PRAYER & QUIET TIME 2nd & 4th Saturday, 2-4pm
Dundry's spectacular tower is a famous landmark from Bristol and for miles around! You can enjoy the amazing views it offers on one of our open tower afternoons in the summer months. St Michael's also offers some lovely stained glass inside and a compelling atmosphere where people have been coming to worship for over 500 years. We boast a choir with the largest children's membership in the area, and we have a close relationship with the local school. 2018 saw the completion of renovation and re-ordering work to the church which now includes a kitchen area, level access into the church and a toilet.</span>
Bath & Wells
NOW OPEN FOR PRAYER AND QUIET TIME
Holy Trinity, Norton Malreward, a beautiful little rural church with a spectacular Norman Chancel Arch, has been brought into the 21st century with the creation of modern concealed facilities, instant running hot water and the gathered-round font.
With a first rate Audio Visual system, services are both ancient and modern, seasonal and topical. You can relax and worship here and be comfortable and refreshed.
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