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About Trinity Church Bristol

Our church meets at 4pm on Sundays at the Elmgrove Centre, Elmgrove Road, Bristol BS6 6AH to hear from God’s Word, pray, sing His praises, enjoy fellowship with each other and to plan how to reach the city together.

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AMIE - Anglican Mission in EnglandThese are churches and organisations that are supporting us through this period of seeking to gather a core team:

St Peter’s Stapenhill

Anglican Mission in England (AMiE)

We intend to appoint a senior leadership team made up of elders / churchwardens as the church develops.

The church is led by an ordained Anglican minister, Carl Bicknell. Carl started to follow the Lord Jesus while he was a student in Oxford, including a formative time at a student church there. Seeing the power of God’s Word at work in people gave him a heart for long-term pastoral ministry.

He’s since worked at Emmanuel Wimbledon (Cornhill), trained at Wycliffe Hall, and completed a Church of England curacy at St Peter’s, Stapenhill in the Midlands. He’s married to Alex, they have no children but do have a toddler-like cat! Carl is a keen chess and tennis player, but above all he and Alex love opening up the Bible, their home and their lives to people.

Carl and Alex

We believe that every person has a value and dignity, which comes directly from the creation of people in God’s image. We have a duty to value all people as bearing the image of God and therefore to protect them from harm. We commit ourselves to nurture, protect and safeguard all our members, particularly children, young people and vulnerable adults.

We recognise that safeguarding is the responsibility of the whole fellowship and it is our responsibility to seek to promote their welfare, to keep them safe while in our care and to take necessary steps to seek to protect them from harm, abuse or exploitation.

 

A copy of the AMiE safeguarding policy is available on request here: www.anglicanmissioninengland.org/about/safeguarding

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