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Announcements and Updates

Getting involved.  14th July 2024


  • Green Gym 2pm every Monday – mowing and strimming the Churchyard.

  • Sapling Saturday.  Cutting back saplings, brambles and ivy in the churchyard. 2nd Saturday of the month.

  • Welcome Conversation.  An open discussion group led by a different person each time.  3rd Saturday of the month, 11am. The next Conversation, led by Garth Baker on Saturday 20th July, will look at grace at work in the life and death of teenager Bl. Carlo Acutis

  • Friday evening supper – Friday 9th August. If you are interested in coming along to the Persian Food Station on Gloucester Road for supper after the 6pm Mass, please sign-up on the list at the back of church.

  • Organ Recital – Sunday 18th August 3pm, followed by Pimms. In aid of the Welcome Project

  • Harvest Supper – 4th October

  • Parish Conference –  19th October – provisional date. An update on the many strands of our Welcome Project together with presentations from our environmental partners

  • Curry and Quiz – 23rd November

  • Festive Cheer – 7th December


  • To support the Welcome Project, we will be making homemade, luxury Christmas cakes and puddings for sale at the Festive Cheer event on 7th Dec. We will be taking orders from now until the beginning of November but the sooner you order the longer it will have to mature!


The Christmas cakes will be fully iced with marzipan and your choice of royal icing or fondant.  We will only have a limited number available for purchase on the day so please order if you can.



The prices are:

6in Christmas cake (royal icing or fondant)- £25
           8in Christmas cake (royal icing or fondant) - £30
           8 person Christmas pudding - £15


 Please contact Aimee ( or Emma ( to order.


Walsingham 2025 – provisional date: Monday 30th June – Thursday 3rd July. Please let Caroline (Warden) know if you are interested/would like more information.


Spring of Hope  

On Sunday 11th August, Nicola Sanders, Manager of the Spring of Hope, will be coming to talk to us during the Sunday Mass, about the Spring of Hope, and how it helps victims of domestic abuse.


This is part of our initiative to attain the Silver Award in the RiseUp against domestic abuse campaign being run by Mothers' Union.  The church, working with MU, have already achieved the Bronze award:  thank you to those who kindly donated gifts earlier this year of toiletries, hairbrushes and umbrellas which we collected for the refuge.  This, together with prayers and displaying leaflets helped us gain the Bronze Award.  

 If you are able to help with any further donations before Nicola comes on 11th August, the refuge are currently looking for the following items :  Underwear, Pyjamas, Toiletries, Tinned food, cereals, long life milk.


Horfield Young People’s Club

We recently enjoyed a visit from Jasper, founder of “Help Bristols’ Homeless” and his assistant Kerry, and now intend using our talents to raise funds for “H.B.H” and other worthy causes. We would love it if there were any friends who might like to sponsor or support a Club child in this exciting venture – a key part of our FIFTIETH YEAR OUTREACH!  Please see one of the Youth Leaders (listed in Children’s Chapel) if you would like to help us help those in need. 

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