Henbury parish is the largest in Bristol diocese and includes the districts of Henbury, Brentry and Hallen as well as the Blaise Castle estate and the Mall shopping centre at Cribbs Causeway.
On the outside, St Mary’s looks like a typical picture postcard parish church. On the inside you will find that we have removed some of the pews to create a platform and a more welcoming entrance. Our worship is enhanced by our lively Director of Music, James, and our singing group.
We would be delighted to welcome you to one of our services which are:
8.30 am Holy Communion (Book of Common Prayer)
10 am Family Communion
11.30 am Healing Service (4th Sunday of each month)
During term-time, the Junior Church meets in the village hall (a large building adjacent to the church rented from a charitable trust) during the 10 a.m. service, joining the rest of the congregation in the church building for communion and the last song. We also have a children’s corner in church for younger children who wish to stay with their parents. Sometimes we have an all-age service in the church, with more child friendly worship and activities related to the theme of the service dotted around the building.
After the 10 a.m. service people gather in the village hall for coffee, biscuits and fellowship. Sometimes we have Sunday lunches, either ‘bring and share’ or provided by the Mother’s Union. We organise regular social events such as outings to the theatre, day trips, and parish away-days.
Do come and join us and I look forward to meeting you.
Revd David Lloyd
We regret that in line with the current lockdown regulations, we shall not be able to provide Sunday services for the time being. We are hoping to resume these on Sunday 6th December at 10.00am.
Junior Church can be found on St Mary's facebook page and contains activities for children to do.
Church Close, Henbury, Bristol, BS10 7QF
Office in Vestry Hall open from 9am-12 noon Tuesday - Friday.
If you have any queries or please contact us:
Tel: 0117 959 3757
St Mary’s Church Safeguarding Officer is Fran Clarke.
Do you have a question about something that you have seen/heard/feel about something? Then talk to Fran.
Fran can offer support and guidance as part of the recruitment process for volunteer roles in the church (including DBS checks).
Are you concerned about someone or yourself? Fran can direct and support you.
If you have a concern that you wish to report, please contact whichever of the following you feel is most appropriate.
Fran Clarke, Parish Safeguarding Officer 07411 082249
Bristol Diocesan Safeguarding Advisor 0117 9060100
Bristol City Council, Social Services: adult-0117 922 2700, children - 0117 9036444