Old School Rooms Closure 

From 2pm on Friday 15th December, until 9am on 3rd January, part of the Old School Rooms will be closed for essential and extensive maintenance. 

The Lower Hall (T1/2/3) and Coffee Shop will not be accessible at all during this time. 

The upstairs room (T4/5) will still be in use, and accessible in the usual way. 

St Michael’s Centre is not effected and will be open as usual.

After the 9am service on 17th, 24th and 31st December,  tea and coffee will be served in the foyer of St Michael’s Centre instead of the Coffee Shop

Thank you for your patience during this time.


Alpha Course – Starting 17 January

Alpha is an opportunity to discuss life and the Christian faith, in an open and friendly environment, over 8 Wednesday evenings.

Find out more at the taster session on Wednesday 17th January, starting with a meal together

There’s no pressure, there’s no charge; just good food and lots to talk about!

You can sign up to say you’re coming to taster session here or get in touch for more information by email or call the office on 0117 9692486


Carol Services

Join us in our historic Church building on Sunday 17th December, for our annual traditional carol services.  So we can accomodate as many people as possible, we are holding it twice –  once at 4pm and then repeated at 6.30pm. 
The service will feature St Michael’s Christmas Choir, and the chance to sing some traditional favourites
There will be a retiring collection for Bristol Churches Winter Night Shelter

We look forward to welcoming you!

Carols on the Green

We’re really looking forward to Carols on the Green starting at 6.15pm on Saturday 9th December. With the Brass Band accompanying us on some wonderful carols, as well as mulled wine, hot chocolate, mince pies and hot dogs.

We’re really looking forward to it!

You can download a copy of the service sheet here. All words will be on the screen and there will be paper copies of the service sheet.
A collection will be taken for Caring at Christmas and the Julian Trust , who support the homeless in Bristol.



The Christmas Angel – A Nativity Panto

This Sunday 10th December, we’re thrilled to be welcoming Duggy Dug Dug and team to our 10.30am Celebration in the auditorium at St Michael’s Centre.

Instead of the usual service format, there will instead be a performance of an exciting Nativity Panto called “The Christmas Angel”.

There’ll be an interval in the middle for drinks and the event will finish at 12.30pm. We can’t wait!


Your Christmas Journey

Did you know you can receive free Christmas reflections during December & early January? The Church of England have created  a set of 13 short Reflections to take us through the Christmas period, entitled “Your Christmas Journey”

You can sign up to get them in various ways.  You can text GodWithUs to 88802 to get messages from

For more info or to sign up via emails, please visit their website 

Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby says:

Your Christmas Journey seeks to help you explore what the Christmas story might mean in your life. The constant refrain of Christmas, in carols and readings, is that God is with us. In whatever situations you find yourself this Christmas, God is with you – you need only turn to him and ask to know his presence. “