In 2018 Redland Park United Reformed Church was given the Bronze Eco-Friendly Church Award' by Arocha, after much work by the church, led by Myra Jones.
In 2017 Redland Park United Reformed Church was given the 'Child-Friendly Church Award' from the South West Synod after much hard work by the church, led by our Junior Church leaders.
On Sunday 20th January, 2019 Redland Park will be hosting:
“A Celebration of the Cello” at 2.00pm.
A concert by Haeun Kim (Cello) and Yoonjoo Hong (Piano)
Free admission, Retiring Collection, Light Lunch before the Concert £5.
Join us for this moving photographic exhibition featuring stories of those displaced in Nigeria, Kenya and Iraq. The Uprooted exhibition raises awareness of the more than 40 million people displaced inside their own country. Seeking safety but unwilling or unable to cross a border, they are largely ignored by the international community and denied the official protection afforded to refugees. But Christian Aid believes that everybody counts. The exhibition will give you the chance to hear displaced people tell their own stories.
Through a series of powerful images and individual accounts, you will learn more about the global crisis of displacement and how you can speak up for all people on the move.Christian Aid partners are working in communities affected by conflict and climate-related displacement, providing emergency assistance and the chance to rebuild their lives and livelihoods. Through photographs and ID cards you can learn more about people's lives in the midst of displacement and uncertainty. The exhibition will be open to everyone from Sunday 21 October to Sunday 28 October, 12.00-2.00pm, and 5.00-7.00pm Monday to Friday, and 11.00-3.00pm on Saturday, in the church.Find out more at www.caid.org.uk/uprooted
You are always welcome in Redland Park Church where our Sunday services are at 10.30am, with communion on the first Sunday of each month. There are also informal services on the first and third Sundays of the month at 7.00pm, and three different cell groups bring another perspective to our worship on Saturday mornings, Monday evenings or Tuesday evenings. Please contact us for further details on any of these meetings.
Our church is also open for prayer or meditation every Wednesday between 12.00 and 2.00pm.
We are holding another fund-raising evening to support our overseas charity, the Verenga-Mukoku Church in Zimbabwe, the mother church of one of our members. There will be a Zimbabwean choir, and food from Zimbabwe, England, Jamaica, etc. Come along and join us. 6.00pm on Saturday 6 October, £6 adults, £12 family.
Redland Park Church will be celebrating our Harvest Festival on Sunday 30 September, after morning service, together with our friends from the Bristol Korean Church, with lunch of soup, dessert and Korean food afterwards. Everyone welcome. Adults £5, children £3, family £10
Food collected at the Harvest service will be donated to the Night Shelter and the Bristol food bank.
The Whiteladies Road Churches will be running a Holiday Club for 3rd Agers (over 50s!) on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from Monday 25 June to Friday 6 July, with activities as diverse as a visit to Wells Cathedral and Palace to breadmaking, making music to sculpting. Contact Rachel Haig, Community Minister on email@example.com Tel. 0117 9737747.
In aid of our church charities. Please come along and enjoy a beautiful garden, sandwiches, cakes, tea and coffee, and good company - 3.00pm in Westbury-on-Trym. Please email for details.