Tel: 0117 9264702



Tel. +44 117 9264702
Postal Address:
20 Colston Street,
Bristol BS1 5AE
Church Address:
Colston Avenue, BS1

Registered Charity No. 233977


Parish News

ON THE MARCH TOWARDS SUNDAY - Sharing of the Gospel's group at St Mary-on-the-Quay: Over the next two months the group will meet on Wednesdays from 7.30pm to 8.30pm to meet with the Lord through singing, reflection, prayer and meditation based on the Holy Scriptures. The next meeting will be this Wednesday, 20th May. For more information, please contact:-Appolinaire Etoundi: appolinaire_etoundi@msn.com

“Nightfever”: The Church is in darkness with music in the background and people are invited in ( either passers-by, people from church or other churches) to come in to light a candle. There will be adoration and confession too. It will be held on Saturday, July 25th. All are welcome. Young adults are invited to join the team of volunteers.

Couples for Christ - Families in the Holy Spirit Renewing the Face of the earth and it's family ministries - would like to invite you to a Christian life program at St Mary on the Quay on Saturday and Sunday 13th and 14th June from 07.30am - 6.30pm. For more information, please ring Robert on 078894069.

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Baptism of C. Bianca M.

Monday


Congratulations and welcome to C. Bianca M. who was baptised here on  Saturday 18th April 2015. 

International Meal 2015

Tuesday

Every year after the Easter Vigil, we have an International Meal which is very well attended.

Easter Tomb 2015

Friday


"They took the body of Jesus and wrapped it with the spices in linen cloths, following the Jewish burial custom. At the place where he had been crucified there was a garden, and in the garden a new tomb in which no one had yet been buried. Since it was the Jewish Day of Preparation and the tomb was near at hand, they laid Jesus there." - Good Friday Passion of St John. 

Photos: Easter tomb 2015 at St Mary on the Quay. 

Good Friday - Stations of the Cross

This is a beautiful reflection from Catholic Trust of England and Wales. A 20-minute meditation on the Way of the Cross using the Stations at Clifton Cathedral in Bristol.