St John’s and St Andrew’s –
Churches in Parks and Walcot,
We are two Christian churches in Parks and Walcot. Our goal is to show the light of Jesus’ love to everyone in the area. This means we can play a part in realising what Jesus called the “kingdom of God” by bringing people into communities with Jesus Christ at the centre.
We believe that Christian life is lived in a relationship with God through Jesus Christ and we aim to follow the way that Jesus taught.
We meet every week on a Sunday to learn more and to worship the one true God.
We would love to meet you and everyone is welcome to the services or just pop in and see us.
THE PARISH OF PARKS AND WALCOT working with Queens Drive Methodist & Holy Family RC Churches as
‘the Church in Parks and Walcot’
All are welcome
Sunday 28 August
10.00 a.m. Holy Communion at St Andrew's
10.00 a.m. Morning Worship at St John's
This week's collect
Merciful God, your Son came to save us and bore our sins on the cross: may we trust in your mercy and know your love, rejoicing in the righteousness that is ours through Jesus Christ our Lord.
All are Welcome!
‘Groups & Meetings’
Wednesday 10 am Holy Communion at St John’s
Thursday - 10.00 a.m. Cuppa 'n Chat at St Andrew's
Term time only events
Tea and Toast - Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday at St John's 9 am - 9.45 am
A simple prayer in troubled times
God of love, turn our hearts to your ways; and give us peace. Amen
Source - www.churchofengland.org/prayer-worship/topical-prayers
Get ready Messy Church is returning this September more details to follow
Licensing of Angela and Martina Saturday 24 September
We are looking forward to Angela and Martina’s Admission and Licensing as Lay Ministers on Saturday 24th Sept at 2.30pm in Bristol Cathedral. A coach will be leaving at 11.50am from St Andrew’s and Noon from St John’s. We arrive back around 6pm. Tickets for the coach are on sale today at a cost of £7 per person. Please put your name/s on the sign-up sheets at the back of church and give the money for your seats to either Angela at St Andrews or Dee at St Johns.
The Church of England
in World War One