During the pandemic, rather than gathering in person, we are live streaming the service online - click on link below
Our main gathering as a whole church begins with breakfast at 10am on a Sunday morning. We then have a worship service from 10.30 until about 12 noon. These are times of sung worship, teaching and encouragement and to connect as a larger community. We have various groups for children and youth in Hope Chapel and in some of the nearby buildings. We encourage everyone who calls Hope their church to join one Sunday team once a month. These include hospitality, welcoming, worship, PA, children & youth and are a good starting point for becoming part of the community.
More info email@example.com content: Click here for live-streamed service, from 10.15am on Sundays
Hope Chapel – 10.30
We’ve always dreamed that Hope will be a church that children love, and that seems to be a dream come true! Various groups for different ages meet in the second half of the service on a Sunday morning. All children are welcome to be part of these fun times of exploring and worshipping Jesus.
More info on a Sunday morning
During the pandemic, unfortunately the Prayer Centre is not available for in person use.
The Prayer Centre is based in Hope Chapel, Hotwells, Bristol. It is a place dedicated to the worship of Jesus Christ and prayer in His name. Since its opening in 2003, the vision of the Prayer Centre has been to be a place where the people feel welcome to spend time in the presence of God. Within the Prayer Centre there is space for larger gatherings in the main prayer room, as well as prayer huts for individuals and small groups. There is a kitchen and bathroom on site.
To request a prayer appointment over Zoom: firstname.lastname@example.org content: Prayer Centre website
Get in touch for info on next course
The teaching within the Living Free course has had a massive affect on us at Hope and many friends from other churches around the UK. It shapes our culture and we highly recommend that everyone join a Living Free course. We run at least one course a year which includes ‘Original Design’ and ‘Freedom Prayer.’ Many people who have done the course have found it to be transformational.
Continuing to open during the pandemic on Wednesdays 10:00 - 12:00
Hope Chapel is an outlet for the North West Bristol Food Bank. The Food Bank is open on Wednesday mornings from 10am-12noon providing food for people in a crisis. Full details can be found at http://bristolnorthwestfoodbank.org.uk/.
Visit the website for more infomore content: Food Bank Website
Sadly, during the pandemic, we are not able to run this group. When we can it will be back on Friday mornings 10:00 - 11:30
Little Stars is a group for children aged 0-4 and their parents or carers. They meet at Hope every Friday morning for loads of fun. It is a great time for everyone. We ask for £1 per child to go towards food and drink.
Contact Alice Bond for more info
Tuesday mornings. During the pandemic we've moved onto Zoom. Meeting ID: 848 4898 5611 Pword: 909666
We have set aside a whole morning at Hope where other activities pause, and we spend the time in praise, worship and prayer. We gather for coffee and chatting from 9.30am, moving into corporate worship, testimony and prayer training at 10.00 am. We hold Freedom Prayer slots at 11.30 am, which can be booked through the email below. During this time worship and intercession continue in the hall.
email@example.com content: Click here to join via Zoom
During the pandemic this group is still gathering every Wednesday in the Prayer Centre - just without the lunch first. You can join via Zoom if you prefer.
"Hope On Wednesday" meets on a Wednesday afternoon beginning with lunch. We are a group of friends growing together in Jesus on a journey of recovery from substance abuse, mental ill health or other life crises. By building friendship and sharing stories we learn to understand where each person had come, creating unity and understanding.
Speak to Silas Crawley if you’re interested
Hope Chapel - Sunday, 10.30am
Hope Youth meet on a Sunday morning in a house near Hope Chapel. Our times together normally include food and we particularly enjoy going out to give food to people who are homeless, sing Carols to the elderly and that sort of thing.
One Wednesday evening a month - continuing during the pandemic
Hope is part of the Bristol Soup Run, taking soup and other food to the homeless on one Wednesday evening each month. The Soup Run started in 1986 and provides food to Bristol's homeless community every night of the year. If you are interested in joining the Soup Run team contact the Hope Office.
firstname.lastname@example.org content: Bristol Soup Run Trust website
Mondays - 7.30pm. During the pandemic the group are meeting over Zoom. Meeting ID: 868 1342 1167 Pword: 738169
Celebrate Recovery is a Christ-centered, 12 step recovery program that is helping to transform lives. This is for anyone struggling with hurt, pain or addiction of any kind. We host a safe place to find community and freedom from the issues that are controlling our life. Worry, addiction, unforgiveness, shame, relationship issues; these are just some of the burdens that people carry. There is hope for change. Each week is an opportunity of a new start and ongoing support for men and women as they seek freedom from issues that have been spoiling their lives. The evening starts with large group time, followed by smaller, gender specific, confidential discussion groups.
All are welcome.
email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org content: Celebrate Recovery UK
See our Facebook and Instagram pages for our prayer schedules each month
For our part of One Church One Day (OCOD) Bristol, Hope prays for 24 hours on the first Tuesday of each month. Other churches pray on different days of the month with the aim to establish together a continual canopy of prayer over the city. One Church One Day was started and is led by Silas and Annie Crawley.