9:45 am, Calvary Baptist, 250 Green Ln Every year, Bristol does a town-wide food drive. On Sunday, we will gather up the food, sort it, and deliver it to the food banks of Bristol. Let’s keep Bristol well-fed!
Wednesday, Jan 25, 4 to 7:30 pm, St. James, 225 Walnut St Our monthly community meal for those in need. We are cooking this month. So come on out and help Kelly and Andrew tear it up. Love the food, love the Bristolian. Contact Andrew: email@example.com.
Bethel AME Church, 254 Wood St, Bristol A service of remembrance and prayer for those who have lost their lives to homelessness this past year.
4-6 pm, The Bristol Christmas Tree (Mill & Radcliffe St) We will serenade anyone who wants to listen with glad tidings of great joy. We’ll also have cookies and hot beverages for passersby. If you would like help make cookies, come to 214 Dorrance St at 12 noon on Saturday. Otherwise, bring instruments, joy, and […]
Come enjoy a Thanksgiving worship service with the Bristol Ministerium, the collection of churches in Bristol. Let us give thanks together!
Redemption has a lot going on this weekend, so pick an activity or two and get involved. Saturday November 19: 1) Babysitting for Laura – Help our friend Laura so she can go to school. 8:30 – 1 pm, 1606 Farragut Avenue. 267-897-5224 2) Raking Leaves at St. James – Our host church needs some […]
What is Second Saturday? 1) A night to enjoy Bristol and thank God. 2) A night to enjoy one another. We’ll hang on Mill Street. 3) A chance to be a light in Bristol. Bring games, instruments, beverages or other ways to love on the town. 4) A chance to pray for Bristol. Walk and […]
Come join us for our monthly night out in Bristol. 5:30 – 8:30 pm, 235 Mill Street. Come and pray for Bristol and talk to whoever God puts in front of us. Come and enjoy games, fresh-brewed coffee or local cuisine. Come enjoy the beautiful riverfront town God has given us.
Our last Vespers service of the season will be held Thursday August 25th at the First United Methodist Church on Mulberry Street. If you were thinking about coming out, please do, you will not be disappointed. God will speak; the only thing we are called to do is come before him in prayer.
The Bristol Borough Community Partnership will be screening “How to Train Your Dragon” at the Bristol Wharf for this fun, free community event. Set up starts at 5:30 and the movie is at dusk. Come help out, serve our neighbors, love on our community’s kids, and watch a fun movie. For more info, contact Gary […]