Severn Vineyard Church Bristol exists to contribute to the spiritual, social and cultural well-being of the Bristol city-region. It is one of the many great churches in Bristol working for the good of the city.
Creating community across the city-region, Severn Vineyard, like all churches in Bristol, is a community where everyone is welcome. Evangelical and Charismatic - it is a movement inspired by and centred on Jesus.
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Exploring Faith @ Severn
Sunday services @ Severn
Small Groups @ Severn
Kids @ Severn
Students @ Severn
Young Adults @ Severn
Families @ Severn
Community Action @ Severn
You can also have a look at our magazine for 2017, describing who we are and what we get up to! Click on the image below:
Our community groups for the autumn term are up and running! Click here for more information!
9.30am - 10.45am & 11.15am - 12.30pm at The Station, Silver St, BS1 2AG. Full program for adults & children - refreshments open from 9.15 to 9.30 and 10.45 - 11.15 for coffee and pastries!
All events at The Station, BS1 2AG unless stated otherwise. Click for more details:
Next Sunday Services - Sun 11th Feb, 9.30am and 11.15am, with refreshments open before and after each service.
Next Youth@Severn - Sun 11th Feb, 6-8pm
Next Soup Run - Sat 10th Feb, 7pm at the Power House, BS2 0TH
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Hope Bristol Sign Up
At Severn, we are super excited about Hope Bristol and thrilled to be involved. As well as the many opportunities to serve throughout the 5 day mission on any of the Hope Bristol teams, Severn will be organising specific projects throughout the week, the main one being a Family Fun Day, on Saturday 7th April, in St. Pauls and we’d love you to help us make it happen!!
To find out more about this and how you can serve alongside others from Severn during Hope Bristol, email Emma at firstname.lastname@example.org.
To register to volunteer with Severn or on any of the Hope Bristol teams, go to
Creating A Place To Gather:
To find out more about our current campaign 'Creating a Place to Gather', and how you can get involved and contribute towards it, click here!
To recieve regular updates about the campaign, sign up to our ebulletin here: SIGN UP
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