St Paul’s Church Clifton
Sunday 30th January 2022: Candlemas
6pm Evensong in church.
Some of our services are currently shared jointly with our sister church Cotham Parish Church
For the full list of services for the coming months click here
COP26 The Time for Action is NOW
These are some of the prayer boats we sent to be part of an installation at COP26 by Christian Aid. Over 7000 prayer boats have been received – we are all in the same storm, but not in the same boat.
‘Together we can amplify our prophetic voices and create one unified movement for change. From now on, every moment matters and every action counts in the fight for climate justice. We can all demonstrate that we care about climate justice and creation, and that we want to see systems change on a global scale’ Christian Aid.
During COP26, Join our daily COP Prayer Vigil @ 5.30pm. Nov 1-5 @ St Paul’s. Nov 8-12 @ Cotham Parish Church. All are welcome to this space to bring your prayers, concerns, your hopes and longings for healing for creation and for courageous decisions to be taken at COP. The vigil will be in person only most days, apart from Wednesdays when it will be available on zoom as well.
You can also use the vigil prayers at home using this liturgy
November 6th, 2021 – Join the Global Day of Action for Climate Justice
Do you want to do something for the Climate? Join the global day of action on Saturday November 6th at 12 noon at College Green, Bristol. We need to be sending a strong message to the world leaders at COP26 that urgent and real action must be taken now. We have run out of time. For more information www.COP26coalition.org
A group from the Benefice will be going, meeting together at the Cathedral main doors 12 noon, or you can come to St Paul’s at 10.30am to make banners first and walk down to the protest together.
St Paul’s Church, Clifton is an Open, Inclusive, Enquiring, Thoughtful and Creative Christian Community within the Church of England.
Issues of social justice and protection of the earth are central to how we live out our faith.
We seek to be a place for people of all traditions and backgrounds to celebrate and explore faith and spirituality, and we hope you will find resources and inspiration here wherever you are on a journey of faith.
We welcome people who are gay, straight, married, single, civilly partnered, transgender, bi-sexual, divorced, and separated.
We are committed to being a safe space for all and we follow all established church guidelines and policies in relation to Safeguarding.