St Matthew's Church, Cotham

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Coordinates: 51°27′51″N 2°35′42″W / 51.46417°N 2.59500°W / 51.46417; -2.59500
Country England
Denomination Church of England
Website St Matthews Bristol
History
Dedication Matthew the Apostle
Consecrated 1835
Associated people John Robinson, later bishop of Woolwich
Architecture
Heritage designation Grade II
Designated 1 November 1966
Architect(s) Thomas Rickman
Style Gothic Revival
Administration
Parish St Matthew and St Nathanael
Diocese Bristol
Province Canterbury

St Matthew's Church, Cotham is a Church of England parish church in the Cotham area of Bristol, England.

It is a Gothic Revival building, designed by Thomas Rickman, built in 1833–35 and now Grade II listed.[1]

John Robinson, later Bishop of Woolwich and author of Honest to God, was a Curate at St Matthew's as his first position after ordination.

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  1. ^ "Church of St Matthew". Images of England. English Heritage. Retrieved 2007-03-16.