History of All Saints Church
Welcome to All Saints Church, the church on the hill above Weston High Street, which is a beautiful unspoilt setting on the North West edge of Bath. The village of Weston is ancient and the church has been for many years at the heart of the community. It is believed that a church building has occupied this hillside for over 800 years. The church is also on the Cotswold Way, so many walkers frequent the path that leads up to and past the church building and in the past Jane Austen is reputed to have walked this route many times.
Please read the articles below for more information on the history of our church and Weston Village. Although it's now a a suburb of Bath and home to the Royal United Hospital (RUH), Bath's main hospital, Weston is still very much a village at heart.
Find out more from our history guides written by past and present Church members.
Graveyard and Monuments
Looking for your ancestors? Please find below a link to the list of transcriptions of the monuments in the Churchyard and on the Church walls. If you would like a copy of the map please email the church office.
You can also find out more on the Bath Archives website here.
Stories of people who have visited, attended and were leaders of All Saints.
Photographs of life at All Saints Church and how it has changed over the years