Welcome to St Saviour’s Church, Bath
From 6 December we plan to hold a service each Sunday morning at 10.30, which will also be available via Zoom. Please email the church office for details of the Zoom link.
You can listen to Rev Rob Densmore’s sermons here
God is our refuge and strength,
an ever-present help in trouble.
Therefore we will not fear.
We warmly welcome you to share God’s presence with us in our Church services and community activities. We hope you find the information you are looking for, and we look forward to welcoming you in person if you come to our church services and community activities.
Services are held every Sunday and everyone is welcome. More details of these and other events can be found in the Calendar.
St Saviour’s Church is a Church of England church, originally constructed in 1832 as a large Commissioner’s church and has been extensively modernised and refurbished. It continues to thrive as a community hub and centre for worship.
St Saviour’s parish (pop. 6,700) lies on the north-east edge of Bath, centred on the original village of Larkhall, whose residents have a strong sense of local identity, and run an annual Arts festival. Most of the shops in the centre of Larkhall are independently run; other local facilities include a theatre, vehicle repair garages, pubs and beautiful parks.
Groups run within the church building include Brownies and Guides, Humbugs singing group, Alcoholics Anonymous and Pilates. A range of rooms of different sizes are available for hire for meetings, parties and other events.
Contact us for general enquiries, or just turn up to join in with our regular activities – you will be made very welcome.