Services & Activities

Jesus said, ‘Where two or three gather in my name, there am I with them’.
Yes, we can pray on our own and worship God wherever we are, but coming together with other Christians, usually in Church, is a key part of growing in our lives as Christians. When we meet on Sunday or on other days, we encourage and support one another so that we can grow as a vibrant community of faith which, in turn, blesses the wider community.

As a community of believers, we have many gifts and we love to use them to bless one another and the wider community. By our giving in various ways, we express the generous love that God has for us and for the world. On these pages you can get a glimpse of what we offer and contact info if you would like to find out more.

If you would like an opportunity for personal prayer and reflection, Church is open every Sunday afternoon.

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Other events



Sunday Teas are back! Church will open at 2.30pm and the concert will start at 3pm. Delicious tea and cake are guaranteed.

Sunday 3 July – Speranza: a recital by Kath and Charles Sugden on flute, cello and piano featuring music by Carl Reinecke and Camille Saint -Saens.

Sunday 17 July – Fiona Hunt, former head chorister at Frenchay, and her students, will present a variety of music from classical to musical theatre items, instrumental and vocal. 

Sunday 4 September – Frenchay Parish Church Choir will present a selection of sacred and secular music which will feature the special anthem written for the Queen’s Jubilee.

Not forgetting……

 Saturday 9 July – Frenchay Flower Show

Frenchay Parish Church will as usual have our tent on the Common, This will offer a chance for children to do some drawing and crafts based on a bible theme, a prayer activity and them and their families/carers learn what we offer families such as Messy Church, Tiny Time and the All-Age services. The church will be open from 12 noon until 5pm with information displays on Children’s activities, Mission Support and Eco Church.  Tea. coffee and soft drinks will be served.

The Bell Ringers  will have a Tower Open Day and during the afternoon will be telling visitors about the bells and ringing them between 2 and 4pm.