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Horfield Parish Church and Hall

Horfield Parish Church Office
Wellington Hill
Horfield
Bristol
BS7 8ST

Tel: 0117 924 6185

http://www.horfieldparishchurch.org.uk

Tagged with: faith groups, hobbies, going out, activities, children, families, socialising, meeting people, making friends

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Organisation Name Horfield Parish Church and Hall
Website www.horfieldparishchurch.org.uk
Full Description

Represents Christian life, worship locally and tries to embody this in community action. Open 7 days a week.
They will listen to anyone who wants to talk without judging them. The sacrament of compassion and forgiveness is available.
Sunday Services at 8:00, 10:00, 18:00.

Junior Church
Meets at 9.45am every Sunday except the third Sunday of the month in the church hall. For children aged 3+ years.
Junior Church is a worshipping and learning experience. Based on the Roots program for children’s Christian education includes games, singing, stories, craft activities and prayers. Junior church joins the adult church in time for the Eucharist when the children are blessed and take part in the service. Please contact the Parish Office on 951 8234

HORFIELD YOUNG PEOPLE'S CLUB (Geoff's Club) Meet in the Parish hall – Friday 6.30–8.00 term time only. Aimed at children 6–12 years Horfield Young People’s Club, or Friday Club as it is popularly known, was founded in 1975, when there was an acute shortage of social and recreational facilities for children in the area. Since then around 1,000 youngsters have been welcomed to the club. The club has a good range of events and activities, indoor and out, including football, rounders, table tennis, art, craft, board games; whilst some of our social activities try to address the needs of others. Please contact Geoff Stock on 0117 924 6550.

HORFIELD MEDITATION GROUP meets every 1st and 3rd Sunday @ 7.00pm and 6.30pm respectively for half and hour of silent meditation in the lady chapel in Horfield Church. This means of prayer of the heart brings us closer to God. Silent meditation is a way of leaving behind our worries of the past and our fear of the future by living in the present moment. It brings refreshment and perspective in a busy world increasing our love of God, others and ourselves. No experience is necessary and guidance will be given on the night, just come or contact Fr. Patrick Hine on 0117 962 3861.

HORFIELD PARISH CHURCH CHOIR Rehearsal in church – Thursday 8-9pm. Please contact The Director of Music, Glyn Jenkins on 0117 330 0792.

READING GROUP The group has been in existence since 1998 and meets every 4 –6 weeks. A wide range of fiction and non fiction is read and discussed. New members are very welcome. Please contact Yvette Kydd on 0117 944 2195.

TOWER BELLS Sunday Ringing 9.30 – 10am Practice night Monday 7.30pm, beginners 6.30pm. Horfield bells are unique in Bristol – we are the only 5–bell tower in the area. We enjoy teaching complete beginners of any age, and at present we ring rounds, call changes and simple 5-bell methods. Our bells are light and easy to ring, so this is a perfect place to start. We have a range of social events including an annual Christmas feast, ringing outing(s), branch practices in other Bristol towers, and Jeanne’s amazing annual bell bash. Ringers are famously friendly, so once you can ring you can drop in at any tower throughout Britain and your talents will be snapped up. You can also earn fees for ringing at weddings, which could be a useful supplement to hard-earned pocket money! Please contact Jeanne Fairman (Tower secretary) on 0117 924 5499.

DECIBELLS meet every Wednesday 8–10pm in church to play handbells. Please contact Gill Wilding on 0117 924 0864.

WELLY TODDLER GROUP Meet on Monday Mornings 10–11.30am. Please contact Louise on 07788 536 768.

HORFIELD WELLY PRE-SCHOOL Meets on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday mornings. Please ring 07837 133 925.

RAINBOWS 105th Rainbows. Please contact Cathryn Leigh on 0117 908 3381.
101st Rainbows. Suspended at present as there is no leader

BROWNIES 105th Brownies. Please contact Sheila Leaworthy on 0117 969 6635.
101st Brownies. Suspended at present as there is no leader

GUIDES 101st Guides meet regularly and have a waiting list for prospective new members. Please contact Sarah Marriott on 0117 950 1362.

HORFIELD THEATRE COMPANY 1st, 3rd and 4th Wednesdays, 8- 10pm and Sunday afternoon/evenings when a production is in progress. The company produces a variety of theatrical and other entertainments including musicals, straight theatre and murder mystery evenings over the course of the year and also introduces workshops to enhance the skills and interests of our members. We welcome new members in all areas of theatre both on and off stage. Contact details on the Horfield Theatre website or phone Phil Hall (Chairman) on (0117) 969 5716.

HORFIELD FAMILIES GROUP We are a group of women (and sometimes men) who meet every second Wednesday of the month at 7.45pm in the parish hall. Our meetings include speakers who inform and encourage us to join in different activities. We also enjoy a variety of outside visits. We raise money for a different charity each year. All this gives us a sense of support and companionship. New members are very welcome. Please contact Kate Loveridge on 0117 950 0903.

JUSTICE AND PEACE GROUP The group meets approximately every 2 months. Its aim is to raise issues of Justice, peace and the care of the environment within the congregation. Recently it has been involved in setting up the traidcraft stall and promoting the Trade Justice campaign. New members and new enthusiasms are always needed. Please contact Phillada Ware on 0117 924 1304.

MOTHERS UNION Meets monthly in the Church hall with a wide range of invited speakers. New members, male and female welcomed or just drop in. Please contact Margaret Moyle 0117 951 8234.

The CAFE GROUPS are short, informal gatherings for worship with music, prayers and discussion. They are welcoming and open to all, and end with coffee and cake for those who would like to stay. The Friday Cafe is for adults caring for babies and young children and is on the first Friday of each month at 10am in Church. The Saturday Cafe is for adults and has more time spent on stillness and reflection and sharing in a peaceful setting. It is on the second Saturday of each month at 10am in Church. For more details please contact helenhinksman@waitrose.com

BIBLE STUDY GROUP meet as an informal group for periods as announced in the weekly news sheet either Tuesdays or Wednesdays from 8-9pm. Please contact Bob Bell on 0117 924 8753 or speak to a churchwarden.

There are a number of other groups which either have connections to the Church or which use the Church Hall. If you would like a printed copy of the latest Directory of Parish Groups, they are available either at the back of the Church or by contacting the Parish Office.

Organisation type Community Group
Areas Served Bristol
Is there a cost for these services? No
Do you offer concessions? No
How can people access this service? Drop-In
Business hours
Day Opening Hours Notes
Monday 10:00 11:00 Parish Office
Tuesday 10:00 11:00 Parish Office
Friday 14:00 15:00 Parish Office
Out of hours answer machine Yes
Organisation Details show / hide
Address Details
Address Line 1 Horfield Parish Church Office
Address Line 2 Wellington Hill
Address Line 3 Horfield
Town Bristol
Postcode BS7 8ST
Organisation Contact Methods
Telephone 0117 924 6185
Email hpc.sec@horfieldparishchurch.org.uk
Further Contact Details show / hide
Contact Name Lynne Alba
Job title / Position Parish Secretary
Services show / hide
Helpline service? No
Accessibility show / hide
Physical access information Yes
Access Questions
Are there bus stops nearby? Yes
Approx. distance? 100 yds
Bus numbers? 20,21, 15
Is there a rail station nearby? No
Is there a car park nearby? No
Is there parking for disabled drivers on site or outside the building? Yes
If so, how many spaces? 6
Is there on-street parking in close proximity to the premises? Yes
External Access
Do the premises feature non-revolving automatic external doors? No
Are external doors 900mm or more wide with flat thresholds? No
Are external doors non sprung? Yes
On external doors are the handles a contrasting colour and tone to the door? No
Are there external steps? Yes
If so, how many? 1
Do these steps have a handrail? No
Are the edges of the steps a contrasting colour to the steps? No
Is there a ramp? No
Internal Access
Do the premises feature non-revolving automatic internal doors? No
On internal doors are the handles a contrasting colour and tone to the door? No
Are there internal steps? Yes
If so, how many? 2
Do these steps have a handrail? No
Are the edges of the steps a contrasting colour to the steps? No
Is there a ramp? No
Is there more than one floor at the premises? No
Are there visual alarm systems at the premises? No
Is there an induction loop / induction coupling at the premises? Yes
Do visitors have access to a telephone? No
Can people with an assistance dog access the service accompanied by their dog? No
Does the toilet have a minimum size of 2200mm × 1500mm No
Does the toilet have a minimum door size of 1000mm No
Does the toilet have grab rails - 2x horizontal? No
Does the toilet have grab rails - 2x vertical? No
Does the toilet have grab rails - 1x drop-down? No
Is the height of the reception desk at the premises between 750mm and 850mm? No
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