John Piper's magnificent Baptistry window. Photo © Chris Guy. Used by kind permission.
One of Britain's most striking and iconic modernist churches, All Saints was built on the site of an earlier church bombed during WWII, and includes fragments of the surviving building.
It is bathed in a glorious warm glow from light pouring through its famous windows, by the renowned artist (and frequent Britten collaborator), John Piper.
All Saints also boasts one of the finest acoustics for choral music in the West Country.
The church is perfectly situated, with restaurants and cafés and a small convenience store on adjacent Alma Road. Clifton Downs are a 5 minute walk, - bring a picnic lunch! - whilst Whiteladies Road and its abundance of shops, cafés and restaurants is a 10 minute walk.