The PCC has now decided to reopen for worship. From the 6th of September we will be open on a Sunday.

The following will be in operation following Government advice.

 

  • Face masks are mandatory at services of public worship except for exemptions.

  • A one-way system will operate in and out of the building, as well as within it.

  • Hand sanitiser is to be used on entry and on leaving the building.

  • Names and contact details of those attending are to be recorded and kept for 21 days for Track & Trace purposes

  • There is a limit on the numbers that can attend services to comply with social distancing requirements.

  • People from the same household or “bubble” can sit together; everyone else needs to observe social distancing

  • Certain areas of the church will remain closed off and not accessible e.g. the Children’s Corner

  • Children will need to be supervised by their parent or guardian at all times

  • No singing is allowed at present

  • Those aged 70 or older, or otherwise ‘at risk’, should consider carefully whether they should attend services. Because of the risks of attending public worship, the decision to do so is theirs alone

  • Anyone with symptoms of Covid-19, or who are self-isolating because someone in their household has symptoms, should not attend public worship

  • The public worship guidance is also applicable in the church grounds                                                                                                                                                                                          dd                                                                                                                                                                                                                     We hope to see you again soon.

Welcome

Welcome to the website for St. Annes Parish Church, Bristol.

 

St. Annes is a parish on the south banks of the River Avon in southeast Bristol. The parish stretches from St. Annes park in the North to Brislington near Sandy park road and Broomill.

 

The Church is located on the crossroads of Bloomfield Road, Sailsbury Road, Langton Court Road and Langton Road. The church straddles both Sailsbury Road and Langton Road. The entrance to the church is on Sailsbury Road, whilst the entrance to the hall is on Langton Road.

 

The church is over 100 years old and was built in 1904. Nearby is St. Annes well, a former pilgrimage site visited by Henry VII.

The main church body was split in half creating a separate hall and worship area. More recently the church was re-ordered and the altar was moved to it's current location beneath the East window.

 

Traditionally the church is of a 'high church' leaning. Whilst this means that we do use bells and incense, we still offer a variety of services. For more information on our services then click on the services tab above.

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