Welcome to All Saints Clifton

All Saints is open for private prayer, public worship and many other events and activities associated with the local community.

For a recording of 'The First Mass of the Nativity' Click Here.
For a recording of 'Baptism of Christ' (9 January)  Click Here 

All Saints Clifton is an active, liberal, Anglo-Catholic church in the city of Bristol.
We provide a sacred space which is open every day, all day.
Many people come in for private prayer, devotion and to find a place ‘to be and to think’.
Liturgy and music are important features of the worship, as is the high quality of teaching,  the regular rhythm of our prayer life and the richness of the diverse community representation.

Mission is an important aspect of our life in the local community, Bristol and further afield; based on the firm foundation of catholic evangelism. 
Part of the Church of England and Diocese of Bristol, this parish church serves east Clifton and draws people from across Bristol and beyond.

All Saints is an Inclusive Church and matters, such as Safeguarding, are important to us.

Mass and Service Times

All Saints is open for Public Worship and Private Prayer

All Saints is 'Covid Secure' and Coronavirus Risk Measures are in place



Early Worship    9.00 am
Parish Mass     10.00 am

Daily Office (Mon-Sat):
Morning Prayer  
Evening Prayer  

Weekday Mass:
Wednesday & Friday 10.00 am
Tuesday (at CSC) 5.30 pm
All Saints Church,
68 Pembroke Road,

(see map)
Worship and Prayer at All Saints
There is a strong daily rhythm of worship and prayer in this sacred space.
On each and every day, week by week the Daily Offices and Mass are open to all.
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