Six decades after it closed, a Bristol church will re-open as youth mission resource center

Posted Jan 16, 2018

[Anglican Communion News Service] A church in the center of the west of England port city of Bristol is to re-open 65 years after it was closed. Once it re-opens in the Autumn, St Nicholas’ Church will focus on engaging with young people who don’t currently go to church, and will act as what the diocese is calling a “Resourcing Church,” serving the wider city and assisting future church plants. It will be led by the Rev. Toby Flint, currently the lead pastor at London’s Holy Trinity Brompton, home of the Alpha Course and a significant participant in church plants.

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