Type your text, and hit enter to search:
The Ministry Team
Historical Introduction to All Saints
Morning and Evening Prayer
Events + Exhibitions
Events + Exhibitions
The Queen's Platinum Jubilee 2022
Venue for Concerts, Events and Exhibitions
Make a Booking
Living with Dementia
St John's Church of England Primary School
Where your money goes?
How to Give
All Saints, Clifton is engaged in catholic mission alongside a number of partners with whom we work with in a vaiety of ways.
St. John's School
is a Voluntary Controlled Church of England Primary School, based in Clifton and Redland, Bristol, with an excellent reputation and a welcoming, family ethos. St. John's is a happy place to be: for staff, visitors and most importantly for the children and their families. The school prides itself on delivering an outstanding education within a nurturing environment, their holistic approach to learning enables all children to develop into confident, articulate and immensely capable young people ready for their next stage of education and beyond
The Community of the Sisters of the Church
is very active in Bristol, for twenty years the Sisters have been working amongst those in need and often forgotten by society. The Community of the Sisters of the Church is an international body of women within the Anglican Communion, living under the gospel values of Poverty, Chastity and Obedience, desiring to be faithful to the traditions of the Religious Life while exploring new ways of expressing them and of living community life and ministry today.
Trinity College Bristol
trains those preparing for Christian mission and ministry, including ordination in the Church of England. All Saints is delighted to host a number of Trinity students during their time at the College and also for their short intensive summer placement. The two way learning that takes place on these placements is a valuable part of the life of All Saints.
Bristol Soup Run Trust
is a unique organisation in Britain that operates a soup run every night of the year for the homeless and others in need in Bristol . It works in partnership with a number of churches in Bristol who each take responsibility for the soup run for one month of the year. All Saints takes responsibility for the month of August and many members of the church are involved in this.
The Julian Trust
is committed to serving the needs of homeless and vulnerable people in Bristol, which it is able to do thanks to the continued support from many individuals, community and faith groups, businesses and enterprises throughout Bristol and beyond. We support the Trust because it makes a real positive difference in people's lives.
exists to fight poverty through trade, practising and promoting approaches to trade that help people in developing countries to transform their lives. It works to help create a world freed from the scandal of poverty, where trade is just, and people and communities can flourish.
The Janani Luwum Theological College
is an evangelical College of the Church of Uganda in Gulu. The Diocese of Northern Uganda had a vision for training its clergy and laity for mission and created this centre in 1970 to achieve this goal. All Saints has provided support for the construction of schools in Uganda and is now sponsoring the continuing education of the Revd Jane Too-dera, a senior tutor at the college.
The Diocese of Bristol
extends from Bristol to Swindon, incorporating parts of South Gloucestershire and North Wiltshire. It is an active and busy Diocese with a reputaion for building innovative approaches to some of the challenges of modern life. Do have a look at the website link.
to our church. If you are a new visitor, we have a page for you to get to know us and learn more about planning a visit.
Click here to see more.
Visitors click here
Planning your Visit
All visitors are welcome to our church.
Details of our services are
If you want to take a virtual tour of our church, then click