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Welcome to All Hallows Easton
Welcome to All Hallows Easton in the heart of Bristol. We are far more than a church which has services on Sundays. There are several services during the week and we try to take care of those people unable to come to church through ill health or infirmity. We try to meet the spiritual, sacramental and pastoral needs of our community.
We are a welcoming, all-age community drawn from the parish, the diocese and beyond, well-known for its long and venerable Catholic tradition within the Church of England. We are in the Diocese of Bristol and are under the Pastoral Care of the Bishop of Ebbsfleet, The Right Reverend Jonathan Goodall. Following the example of Jesus, our worship and faith keeps the celebration of the Eucharist (Holy Communion or Mass) at the centre of what we do. You might like to refer to the “Faith” page to have a better understanding of our style of worship.
We seek to be mission-orientated and to serve our parish and its people by baptising, celebrating marriage and conducting funerals for those within our parish boundaries. We also seek to provide a welcoming place where God can be worshipped and in an atmosphere which helps people to pray. The East side of our parish boundary is the railway line, to the North part of Stapleton Road (A432) from the railway down to Lansdown Road, then into Felix and Bannerman Road to the West with Easton Road (B4465) to the South but crossing a small part of Easton Road to include Brixton, Lawnwood and Tyndall Roads as well as Clayton Street.
(See also: “The Anglo-Catholic Church in the Heart of Bristol” and; “A New Ministry“)