Welcome to St Mary Redcliffe
This parish church has stood for over 800 years as a witness to the beauty and welcome of God, the skills and talents of craftsmen and women, and the care and faithfulness of generations of Christians.
The first church may have built here in Saxon times, when Bristol first became a port – the original quayside was just across the road, below the red sandstone cliff from which this area gets its name, located on what is now Redcliffe Quay on Bristol Harbourside.
Here we worship God, we grow in love and service, that are the beauty of holiness; and we invite all who enter to pause and make space for the God who made us and who meets us in Jesus Christ.
On behalf of the whole worshipping community, may we welcome you. The church building is open daily for all to visit, reflect, pray, join in formal worship or simply “be”.
Take a look at Dan Tyndall's monthly update to the right and our video below to find out more...