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St Paul’s Church Clifton

Sunday 25th February 2024. 

10.30am Eucharist in church and online
To view the service from 10.30am , please click on the YouTube link here

Help save paper by downloading the service booklet here 

 Evening Prayer every Wednesday at 4.15pm

Open Table on the first Sunday of the month at 5pm
Refreshments from 4.30pm, Communion service from 5pm

The full list of services from November 2023 to February 2024 is here

Visit St Paul’s – we are open to visitors every Wednesday between 1.15pm and 5:00pm. 
All are welcome.

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Saturday Blues and Sunday Church
gospel | blues | instrumental | choral

A One Equal Music Event

Saturday 2nd March 2024, 7:30pm | St Paul’s Church, Clifton BS8 1LP

Experience the acoustic gospel blues of the Band of Pilgrims and the luscious choral harmonies of the University of Bristol Church Choir as they explore the world of gospel and blues in the striking venue of St Paul’s Church Clifton.

Join these unique and talented groups on the well-trodden musical journey of blues players, traversing the low-lit Saturday night blues gigs before entering the streaming light of the Sunday morning church. Saturday Blues and Sunday Church will explore the relationships between blues and suffering, and the juxtaposition found in early gospel blues and joyful release in church. Find out more here.

TICKETS: By donation (suggested £5 minimum), available on Eventbrite or on the door.

Apply to be our next Organ Scholar

Apply to be our next Organ Scholar! Applications for our UoB/UWE Organ Scholarship are now open... Vacancy from Autumn 2024 | Applications for this scholarship are invited from prospective or current University of Bristol or UWE students of any subject. To find out more, click here. Enquiries and requests for application forms should be sent to St Paul’s Church: please email peirsonmargaret@gmail.com The Organ Scholars are responsible for planning and leading the liturgical music during term...

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Choral Scholarships at St Paul’s 

Through the work of our music foundation, One Equal Music, we were proud to launch our first ever Choral Scholarship Programme in September 2023. Unique and engaging, Choral Scholars receive a financial bursary to sing in the University of Bristol Church Choir weekly during term-time, promoting excellence in choral music making at St Paul’s. Additionally, our Choral Scholars contribute to the exciting new One Equal Music Schools Outreach Programme, as well as performing Great Sacred Music concerts: an refreshing and unique approach to introducing sacred choral music to a wider audience. Read more here…

Connections October/November 2023

Here is the new edition of Connections ' Communication' edited by Beth Stephenson Talking, listening, reading, writing and typing are all forms of the term but how do we see it as Christians? How do we believe that Jesus communicated with others? Though done daily,...

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One Equal Music 

Our music foundation, One Equal Music has entered its second phase of development under new project Development Officer, Joshua Hutchinson. One Equal Music seeks widen access to musical opportunities in order to improve wellbeing, foster community, raise confidence, and encourage talent. From St Paul’s and throughout the city, we are doing this through our Singing for the Brain initiative, East Bristol Schools Outreach Programme, and Choral Scholarship Programme. We also host concerts and creative events as a way to showcase our work and raise funds to maintain our projects. Click here to find out more, support our work, and get involved…

About Us

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; our policy document can be found here

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