Welcome to Keynsham Parish

  • Sharing Jesus Christ

    We are a lively community minded Anglican Parish of two town and three village churches, situated between Bristol and Bath.  

    If you are looking to get married, arrange a baptism, join us on a Sunday or simply drop in and visit have a browse through our webpages to find out more.

    We hope from these pages you gain a sense of our joy, and the variety of activities we enjoy.

    We are Christians and we dare to believe the Lord Jesus Christ is among us.  

    Revds. Stephen M’Caw, Andrew Judge, Ian Rousell and Denise Calverley


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    The process for selecting a new Team Vicar has resumed. 

    The post was advertised in the Church Times on 27th February and 6th March and short-listing has taken place. Interviews and visits will be on Thursday 30th April and Friday 1st May.


    Outreach Trip to The Philippines April 2015

    Our team have returned and have plenty to report over the comings weeks during usual Sunday services.  In the meantime, if you would like to know more about what they are did and why, please click here.

     


    Our 2015 Lunchtime Concert Series is about to begin. 

    For more details and information about the music workshop on 16th May, please see the Music and Worship section of our Website, or click here


    First Sunday of the month 10.30am St John’s services
    These services are planned by a group that meets monthly a few weeks beforehand.  If you are usually a member of the 11.15am congregation, and would like to help with the planning of these services it would be a great help.  Please speak to one of the clergy or Roger Peach.


    General Information 
    Vestry Hour : if you are thinking of marrying at St John's then please come along to our Vestry Hour on Saturday mornings at 9.30 in the Parish Office - you can talk to a member of the clergy and book a date!  **Please note that changes to The Immigration Act of 2014 have resulted in changes to Marriage Law  We are now required by law to ask to see a copy of your passports before taking a booking for a wedding. 

    It is therefore vital that if you want to book and secure a date for your Wedding during Vestry Hour, that you bring your passports with you.**

     
     
     

     

     
     

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