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Sunday 29th March 2020

Listen again to our Sunday service led by Rev Simon Stevenette & Rev Daphne Hardwick. Let me be your Servant by Richard Gillard by Christ Choir under the leadership of Tim Eyles – Music Director

Listen to Daphne’s Childrens Talk

A letter from our Bishop

18th March 2020Dear friends, my brothers and sisters in Christ The Church is ChangingAs the Archbishops wrote yesterday ‘Being part of the Church of England is going to look very different in the days ahead. Our life is going to be less characterised by attendance at church on Sunday and … Continue Reading →

Coronavirus advice

Advice from the Bristol Diocese Alongside the general public health advice, we have received specific advice from the Diocese. As the sacraments are physically distributed, it’s sensible for us to take special care. As well as the specific concern about Coronavirus, this advice is generally applicable for all infectious disease. At … Continue Reading →

A Prayer

God of love,  At this time of change, we pray to you.For the people of this country, we pray to you.For the people of the European Union, we pray to you.For the people of the world, we pray to you.For the future health of our planet, we pray to you.For our elected representatives, we pray to … Continue Reading →

Simon Says

Rev Simon Stevenette spent a remarkable evening on health and wellbeing and discovering treasure in life’s scars last Thursday with Patrick Regan. Kintsugi Hope is a charity based in the UK striving to make a difference to people’s mental wellbeing. ‘Kintsugi’ (金継ぎ) is a Japanese technique for repairing pottery with … Continue Reading →

Reconciliation Song

Churches across the UK will this weekend be singing a new praise song that “aims to build unity in our church and our nation post-Brexit”.

With Britain having left the European Union at 11pm yesterday, the singer-songwriter Andy Flanagan said that his song Reconciled (for Brexit and Beyond) would apply some balm to church communities left bitterly divided by the government’s protracted attempt to carry out the result of the in/out referendum in 2016.

Flanagan, who is also a director of Christians in Politics, helped to organise Brexit debates in Anglican, other Protestant and Catholic churches in 2019, but was shocked by some of the bitter arguments that ensued.