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Whether you’re, a new born, 8 or 80 years old, we hope you’ll find a warm welcome to our church.

You’re especially welcome if you are “just visiting” or “exploring” your faith.

As a church we have four core values:

  • Growing in God
  • Loving each other and those around us
  • Serving God, our community and the wider world
  • Sharing our faith, sensitively and courageously

For more information about our Christian Values visit out Christian Faith page.

Being new in a church or city can be full of opportunities as well as sometimes a little daunting. We would love to help you settle in any way that we can. Please feel free to call anyone on the Staff Team for more details.


……Latest News from CTK……Latest News from CTK……

Chris Beaumont – Our new CuratePosted June 12th

The parish’s new curate will be ordained at a service to be held at Bristol Cathedral on
Saturday 4th July. Further details will follow. We all wish both Chris and his family a smooth transition to our parish but in the meantime if you have a family photo to help him identify you please leave it in the church office

Trainee VicarsPosted June 12th

Our parish will see two new faces over the next few weeks as we host two vicars in training. Their roles are to learn more about how churches work on a day to day basis and how they interact with their parishioners and service users. We wish Steve and Joel all the best and hope they enjoy their time with us.

First Steps Summer Bar-B-Que – 12th JulyPosted June 12th

Join us for a family Bar-B-Que here at CTK on Sunday 12th July. Burger and Hot Dogs are on offer and is open to Church Family as well as First Steps Families.
No entry charge although tickets are on sale for your food. See Jess Stone for more details

CTK Youth Team in the Bradley Stoke Bed RacePosted June 7th

Proud team from CTK

Proud team from CTK

Christ the King Youth entered into the Bradley Stoke Bed Race, held as part of the Bradley Stoke Festival. The team comprised of Kyra, Freddie, Farai, Joel and Ellis, each of whom did a brilliant job pushing their bed round the course. They had to complete tasks on their course, such as drinking a pint of squash, eating crackers, apple bobbing, ball tossing as well as a ball labyrinth. Even though they came last, they were the youngest team they all did a brilliant job. See their Photos in our CTK Photo Gallery

Spring Harvest 2016Posted May 31st

Dates for Spring Harvest 2016 has been chosen as Monday 28th March to Saturday 2nd April.
Details and leaflets are available in the Foyer at CTK.
Full details can be found on the Spring Harvest Website

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