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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.

 

New to Severn?

Click below for more details about:

Exploring Faith @ Severn

Sunday services @ Severn

Small Groups @ Severn

Kids @ Severn

Youth @Severn

Students @ Severn

Young Adults @ Severn

Families @ Severn

Community Action @ Severn

 

You can also have a look at our brand new magazine for 2017, describing who we are and what we get up to! Click on the image below: 

Sunday Services:

9.30am - 10.45am & 11.15am - 12.30pm at The Station, Silver St, BS1 2AG. Full program for adults & children - cafe open from 10.45 - 11.15 for coffee and refreshments! 

FREE CAR PARKING is provided at the NCP Car Park on Rupert Street - More details here!

What's On

All events at The Station, BS1 2AG unless stated otherwise. Click for more details:

Next Sunday Services - Sun 30th Apr, 9.30am and 11.15am services, with cafe open before each service.

Next Youth@Severn - Sun 30th Apr, 6-8pm

Alpha Course - Alternate Thursdays, 8pm 

Next Newcomer's Dinner Party Fri 5th May, 8pm

Next Soup Run Sat 6th May, 7pm at the Power House, BS2 0TH

DIYSOS - Sat 17th June

Camping Weekend Away - 7-9th July

 

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Community Groups:

Our Summer Term community groups will be starting at the beginning of May! Click here for more information and to register

 

Latest Talk: 'Encounters with Jesus #1: The Tax Collector' by Mal Calladine
20 minutes  
 
We're Hiring!

We are currently advertising for a part-time Student Pastor. For more information, including deadline for applications, click here

 

Video: Review of 2016

 

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