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St John the Baptist Church

Description

St John’s was built by Medieval Religious Guilds in 1344 on land given by Queen Isabella. Located on the corner of Medieval Spon Street, this Grade I listed masterpiece of architecture is one of the most beautiful churches in England. Carved from rose sandstone, the church is steeped in history. During the Civil War the building was used to house Scottish Royalists, giving rise to the saying ‘Sent to Coventry’.

Opening times

Sunday: Morning- 8.30 am Holy Communion, 10 am Parish Communion Evening- 6 pm

Evening Service Thursday- 10.30 am Holy Communion

 

Directions

Exit the ring road at Junction 9 and turn onto Upper Well Street. At the second set of traffic lights turn right onto Corporation Street. St John's is located on the corner of Corporation St and Fleet St by the traffic roundabout.

 

Address

Fleet Street, Coventry City Centre, CV1 3AY

E-mail address

Telephone

024 7655 2491

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