Christ Church

Julian Road

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Christ Church

Christ Church was designed by John Palmer, one of the principal architects working in Georgian Bath, and built in 1798. It is in a neo-Gothic style, but Classically proportioned, with north and south aisles and a gallery on three sides.

The church regularly hosts book events and music concerts for a range of local book shops and arts organisations.

The main church door is accessed by 5 steps. Step-free access to the church is via the choir vestry, which is the red door on the far left-hand side as you face the main door.

There is one marked blue badge parking space immediately outside the step-free door. Further parking or drop-off spaces can be allocated if needed.

The Church has an induction loop and welcomes assistance dogs.

There is a right-hand transfer accessible toilet cubicle with level access via the main porch of the church.

More information can be found on the Church’s website:


Christ Church is a 10 minute walk from central Bath or approx. 20 minutes from Bath Spa Train Station or Bath Bus Station.


The 6/7 bus and the 20/20a stop nearby the church.


As a city centre church, although there is a small car park, the number of spaces is quite limited. The nearest public car park is 10 minutes walk away in Charlotte Street.

Parking or drop off spaces can be reserved for visitors for whom a public car park or street parking would not be suitable.

More information can be found on the website: