The most magnificent church in Plymouth can be regarded as one of the most magnificent churches in the whole of Plymouth. It is just next to the pedestrian street. It is arranged symmetrically with the Royal Music Center. It is a tall bell tower, but the architectural structure inside is more obvious. It was destroyed and rebuilt during the war. The traces are displayed through the brackets and the vivid pictures next to them
There is a cross with LED lights next to the building here, which is very characteristic.
Lovely stained glas windows,some depicting the war damage during WW2. There is another building behind the church,the Prystine House which carries some age. Friendly volunteers,afternoon recitals and meals from midday (check when they're on first). Worth a visit for the history and windows.