Horfield Parish Church belongs to the Diocese of Bristol within the Church of England. It has been a place of Christian worship and a resource for Christian life and spirituality for over 1000 years.
We delight in the tradition which we inherit, and which grows and develops through us now.
At the heart of this tradition is the Mass, which unites us with Christ and consecrates us as his people.
And as Christ's people we aim:
to welcome and cherish everyone, and to exclude no one;
to foster the inner spiritual quest, and to empower practical Christian living;
to listen to the world around us, and respond to its needs as we can;
to be open, vulnerable, and willing to face challenges and question assumptions.
Like all churches, we fall short of these aims, and depend on God's forgiveness and constant invitation to start afresh.
Normal Service Times
||10.00am Parish Mass
||6.00pm Evening Prayer
For services during weekdays and festivals click here.
The Parish Office is open on Monday 10-11am and Thursday 2-3pm. Messages for this week's bulletin to the parish office by Thursday mid-day please. Many thanks. The office will be closed until Monday 5th January.
WHO CAN I SEE?
|For personal or spiritual matters, or to make a confession, please contact either John Hadley, Patrick Hine, Hilary Blancharde or John Ware , or come to the Church at 6.00pm any Saturday.
ARE YOU LOOKING FOR YOUR ANCESTORS?
The church holds current burial (from 1964), baptism (from May 1986), confirmation (from June 1956) and marriage (from July 2005)registers.
All previous registers are stored at:
The Bristol Record Office, B Bond Warehouse, Smeaton Road, Bristol BS1 6XN, 0117 922 4224, www.bristol.gov.uk/record office email - email@example.com
The church holds a churchyard grave register that gives a numerical list of graves that can be located on the map of the churchyard but this is unfortunately not complete, especially for the early records.
Requests to search any of the registers by the Parish Archivist at the church or at the Bristol Record Office can be made through the Parish Office. The charges are as follows:
For the first hour (inclusive of one copy of an entry in certain registers) £21.00
For each subsequent hour or part of an hour £21.00
Additional copies of entries £10.00
Travel to and from Bristol Records office (if necessary) at 40 pence per mile £4.00
ARE YOU A NEWCOMER? WOULD YOU LIKE FURTHER INFORMATION ON OUR CHURCH?
|If so, please write to or e-mail the Parish Office with your request, including whether you would like a visit from one of our clergy or lay ministers.