Saint Stephen’s in the heart of Bristol city centre, UK, is the city’s parish church,
community, and a home for city spirituality, arts & faith.

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  • Community

    • October and November Lunchtime Live 2013These are free, donation-based concerts, from a diverse range of local and touring musicians, of all genres. Donations help cover costs incurred by the church in offering these concerts. All concerts begin at 1.10pm
  • City Spirituality

    • World Week for Peace in Palestine Israel   21-27 September 2014 "Let my people go!" An initiative of the Palestine Israel Ecumenical Forum of the World Council of Churches   Saint Stephen’s Programme: ‘It’s time for Palestine’. All welcome. 23rd Se...
  • Arts & Faith

    • August and September Lunchtime concerts 2014All concerts 1.10pm to 1.55pm unless otherwise stated. Free entry with retiring collection, suggested £3 minimum. 4th  How can music build peace? Oud player and bassist Mark Smulian, an Israeli record-producer with a history of collaborative Isra...
  • The Cafe

    • Cafe Open Monday - FridayWelcoming Café in the heart of Bristol Old City - including halloumi wraps, soup of the day and much more! Open for fair-trade tea and coffee, homemade cakes and a friendly atmosphere.
  • Upcoming Events

    • Events on August 30, 2014
      Starts: 10:00 am
    • Events on August 31, 2014
      Starts: 10:30 am
    • Events on September 1, 2014
      LUNCHTIME CONCERT - Cousin Mary Duo
      Starts: 1:10 pm
      Description: Cousin Mary. Longstanding duo Bill Dale (saxes) and Mark Sinfield (guitar) play warm and mellow jazz, both modern standards and recent compositions.
      Free entry, suggested donation £3. St Stephens Café will also be open for hot lunches, cake, coffees
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