• ST ANTONY’S 100 CLUB

    November winners are £50 no 36  Mrs K Howard,  £20 no 29 Mr J Gallagher  and £10 no 48 J.Adams. If you would like to join please see Helen Boal after the Sat 6.00 pm Mass.

  • BRISTOL THEOLOGICAL SOCIETY

    On November 29th Karen Kilby of Nottingham University will speak on ‘The Doctrine of the Trinity and the struggles of Modern Theology’. 7.30 pm at Bristol Baptist College. Non member £5 per lecture. FFi Dr Mervyn Davies on 0117 9590181

  • DEANERY MASS FOR THE HOLY SOULS

    This years annual Deanery Mass for the Holy Souls will be celebrated at the Sacred Heart at 12.00 noon on Wednesday 14th November. It will be offered by the Priests of the Deanery for all the deceased of the Deanery.

  • TEA & COFFEE

    Available in the Hall after the evening Mass on Saturday at St Antony’s 1st Saturday of the month. Please do come and join us.

     
  • ST ANTONY’S 100 CLUB

    Octobers winners are £50 no 27 Mrs N. Chapman  £20 no 9 Mrs B Curthoys   £10 no 83 Katherine Mann. If you would like to join please see Helen Boal or Canon Bernard.

  • FUNERALS

    Jack Tester 10.00 Thur 15  & Iris Torpy 11.00 Fri 16 Nov both at the Sacred Heart.

     
  • FOODBANK

    Since Easter we have donated over 1000 kilo of food to the Bristol Northwest Foodbank. They regularly feed 45 families per week as well as a number of individuals. All donations - big or small- are very welcome. Non perishable dry good, or tins are the best. Please leave them by the font in either church. Thank you for your support.

  • APF - RED BOXES

    After many years of faithful service Michael Corrigan has stepped down as our parish APF rep. We now need someone who will take on the role of emptying, counting and banking the contents of the APF boxes. If you can help please see Canon Bernard

  • CAN YOU HELP - DO YOU HELP

    Please note that with the coming together of the two parishes if you do (or did) something in one church you can now do it in the other as well.  Readers, Welcomers, Servers, Ministers of Holy Communion, Flowers. etc etc . Either see Canon Bernard to speak to who ever deals the rota you want to be on.

  • CHAIR OF SAFEGUARDING COMMISSION

    Clifton Diocese requires an independent lay chair of its Safeguarding Commission. The Commission is accountable to the Bishop and Diocesan Trustees and has regulatory, advisory and supportive functions. The role requires a person with extensive safeguarding experience In working with children and/or adults. Ideally the applicant will have a background in the police, social care, probation or family law.