Welcome to Trinity Church Bristol
New Bristol Evangelical Church
We are a relatively new church meeting on Sundays at 4pm at Commonwealth House, 14 Whiteladies Road, Bristol BS8 1PD. It’s opposite the BBC, on the corner of St.Paul’s Road. We are a Biblical, Anglican Evangelical Church.
We’re passionate about seeing the Lord Jesus glorified as his Word the Bible does its work in people. So we make proclaiming God’s Word central to our meetings, depend on Him in prayer, and we model everything we do on what He says. We’re convinced the Word of God has the power of God to do the work of God in the people of God.
Trinity Church Bristol began as a small group of Christians who were all struck by the huge number of people in Bristol who aren’t part of a church and haven’t heard the gospel of Jesus Christ. Bristol needs dozens more Biblical churches, reformed and conservative evangelical in theology, if we want to reach the many thousands who are heading into judgement without Christ.
As our Lord says: “The harvest is plentiful, but the labourers few; therefore pray earnestly to the Lord of the harvest to send out labourers into his harvest” (Matthew 9:37-38, ESV).
In July 2017, senior Anglican ministers reviewed our plans and encouraged us to gather a core team to plant a church in 2018.
We meet on Sundays to hear from God’s word, pray, sing and spend time getting to know each other better. We are a friendly group who love the Lord Jesus, love each other and care about the city. Our meetings are fun and relaxed.
We are an Anglican church – part of the group AMiE (Anglican Mission in England), and though we are small we have a big God and we hope to grow. Would you consider joining us?
Please feel free to simply come along on a Sunday – 4pm at Commonwealth House, BS8 1PD – or get in touch if you’d like more information. We would love to meet you!
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