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Update to Church Leaders on key needs across the city in the context of the Covid-19 crisis
What we see in Christ is sacrificial love. Merciful love. Love that values the well-being of others above itself. Love that will generously and fully pour itself out, whatever the cost, in order that the beloved might benefit, flourish, and thrive. More ...
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Staying Connected: Bristol Churches Online Services Guide
We are reminded at this time that our churches are not the mere bricks and mortar of our meeting spaces, but consist of the people, who now separated are finding alternative ways to build community and worship online. More ...
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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Advice - A letter from the Archbishops and Bishops
These are unprecedented times. We are all having to get used to being the Church differently. It is not easy. However, our belonging to Christ has never been measured by the number of people in church on a Sunday morning... More ...
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Bristol Chaplaincy: Providing remote one-to-one listening services
We are all human – it’s natural to sometimes feel the weight of life. It’s also natural to want to talk to someone. During this period of isolation and lockdown, we are providing free 30-minute one-to-one listening sessions... More ...
Thousands light a #candleofhope in the darkness
Amid the coronavirus pandemic sweeping the globe, candles were lit in thousands of homes across Britain at 7pm on Mothering Sunday, symbolising the light of Christ shining into the darkness. More ...
Coronavirus Guidance
Here is an update from Churches Together in England about the coronavirus (COVID-19). In the midst of the developing situation, we are encouraging ecumenical groups to follow national public health guidance. More ...
C of E General Synod sets target for whole church to be carbon ‘net zero’ by 2030
The motion follows the launch of the Church of England’s first ever Green Lent (#LiveLent) campaign for 2020, featuring 40 days of prayers and actions to encourage care for God’s Creation. More ...
Eco Church, Church Action in a Climate Emergency Conference and Bishop Viv's Lent Reflections
What difference could I make if I did something? Interested in becoming an Eco Church? A day conference to support churches in taking further action to care for our shared environment. Reflections at Bristol Cathedral on the climate crisis. More ...
#HopeOnFilm: New series of short social action films from Christian Action Bristol
Unity in this day and age is a challenge, although there is a sense of increasing collaboration and partnership in Bristol across all sectors of society, including the church... we want to raise a call to God’s city-wide Church in Bristol. More ...
Bristol Priest vows to keep offending despite conviction over climate change protest
I knew I must stand my ground; my responsibility was to the many millions in this world who are currently affected as a matter of climate justice now, it is the poor of the world who are mostly affected by climate change now - but also to future... More ...
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Life is as unpredictable in schools as it is for all of us currently. Mostly working on reduced staff numbers. Many schools have made amazing adaptations to children’s learning already (posting learning ideas online etc), others are catching up.