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In the meantime here are some key details about our life as a church family.
We are a friendly community of local people, learning to trust and follow Jesus together.
We host different groups and activities for the people of Stapleton during the week.
And we gather on Sunday mornings in the church building with the spire at the top of Bell Hill. Everyone is welcome.
Rev Vicky Wicks is now working with a small team to lead Holy Trinity into this next chapter of church life.
She and her husband Rob recently moved to Stapleton from St Michael’s Church, Stoke Gifford.
Vicky’s passion is for people to feel welcome, to meet Jesus and to find a place to belong. Lots of her work for the church seems to involve sharing good food.
0830 on the 2nd and 4th Sunday of each month in the church building
A short communion service using a more traditional order of service without music
Contemporary worship for all ages
1030 every Sunday in the church building
A mix of songs, readings, learning, sharing and praying together
We start our worship with everyone together, usually including a song and participation for all ages
Then we go to our different parts of church, with games and activities for children, a group for young people, and an engaging talk for the grownups
1030 on the second Sunday of each month in the church building
In this once-a-month service we all stay together in the main church building for the whole service
The songs and activities are fun and suitable for all ages
For primary school children and their families
1600 on the second Friday of each month in the church hall
Fun, food, stories and songs
No sitting still required
Stay and Play
A weekly group for pre-school children 0-4 years with their carers
Every Friday in term time
1000-1130 in the Church hall
Support for Ukranians in Stapleton. We gather for a meal once a month on a Monday from 1700 to 1900 in the church hall. We share time together and provide details of services and organisations that help Ukranians settle into the UK. If you are Ukrainian, or you know someone who would value this kind of support please contact email@example.com
We regularly gather to pray as a church family, in person and online. And the church building is open for quiet and prayer from 1000 to 1600 on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays, and all day on Sundays.
Keeping everyone safe is an absolute priority at Holy Trinity. Our safeguarding policy applies to every area of church life, with a particular focus on the safety of children and vulnerable adults.
If you have any concerns or questions around issues of safety or possible risks of abuse, or if you would like to read our safeguarding policy, please contact the parish safeguarding officer:
You can also access resources and advice from the Diocese of Bristol safeguarding team.
Contact Amy Donaldson, Administrator
Tel 07380 570547
Holy Trinity Church
Stapleton Church Hall
23 Park Road