|All Saints, Clifton, Bristol|
Worship at All Saints is in the Catholic tradition of the Church of England, centred on the Eucharist, the service instituted by Christ himself. Our main service is Solemn Mass, celebrated every Sunday at 11.00 a.m., when you will find a sizeable congregation of all ages and from many different church backgrounds. We use a modern language liturgy at this service, and musical settings are usually congregational, although we have an excellent adult choir, and a strong musical tradition.
There is also a shorter Family Service every Sunday at 9.30, and lasting about 30 minutes. This is designed for families and young children, and is followed by refreshments. Families and children are welcome at all services of course, and there is a well equipped children's area within the main body of the church. Full details of the weekly services are given here.
Many regulars, both adults and children, are involved in our services, Sunday by Sunday, as readers, altar servers, intercessors, or in the choir. Our style of worship is such that the congregation is drawn from a wide area. Those who appreciate the Book of Common Prayer are catered for at Evensong on Sundays.
Services are held daily during the week, and the Eucharist has been celebrated on c. 99.3% of days since the original church was consecrated in 1868.
The congregation supports relief, development and mission charities. In Bristol, practical help is offered to the homeless, to the lonely and to the housebound.
All Saints arranges regular social events. The All Saints' Society has a club licence and members of the congregation are welcome to join and enjoy its benefits every Sunday. Several Sunday lunches and social evenings are held each year.
Please come and join us. You will be welcomed, but not overwhelmed.