|Town or city||Bristol|
|Design and construction|
It which was built, probably by John Strahan and completed by William Halfpenny, with plasterwork by Thomas Paty, in 1742 as a private chapel for John Cossins who had purchased the local manor house, Redland Court, which served as Redland High School until 2017, though it was not consecrated until 1790.
The front of the limestone building has four Ionic pilasters around the door with a pediment above. The roof of the building has an octagonal leaded cupola. On the rear of the buildings are carved moors heads.
Inside are a square chancel and a nave. The interior has a coffered ceiling and intricately carved wooden panels showing birds and foliage. The Baroque carvings are made of limewood and mounted on dark oak background. The original pulpit was of three levels however this was reduced to two in the Victorian era. Memorial busts of John Cossins and his wife were carved by John Michael Rysbrack.
Parish records for Redland Green church, Bristol are held at Bristol Archives (Ref. P.RG) (online catalogue) including baptism, marriage and burial registers. The archive also includes records of the incumbent, churchwardens and parochial church council plus photographs.
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