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Tuesday 7th April 2020

7pm: New Back-Care Pilates 12 Week Course
St Helen's Church, Alveston

Back-Care Pilates is a 12 week Pilates-based course designed to help people with back pain.

Classes are Tuesdays 7-8pm at St Helen's Church, Alveston.

Only 10 places are available on each course, so please book early. For more information or to book your place, please call 07977 632003 or click below.

If you are unable to book onto this course, the final course for 2020 will start on September 15th.

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St Helen's Church

How to contact St. Helen’s Church

For more information and to view our safeguarding policies, visit our website: https://www.sthelensalvs.co.uk

To contact our Vicar, Rev David S Moss, write to St Helen’s Vicarage, Gloucester Road, Alveston, Bristol BS35 3QT, Tel. 01454 415190, Mob. 0789 0262 334 or email: .

Our Church Warden Elaine Lee is also available on 01454 419322 or email: .

Church services:

St Helen's Church

An annual Service of Remembrance is held for local people and uniformed groups as well as our usual congregation.

  • Sundays at 8 a.m. Holy Communion
  • 10.30 a.m. Holy Communion or All Age/Family Service
  • Most Tuesdays 10 a.m. Holy Communion

Church Services Enquiries - Tel. Tracey 417660

Wednesday Lunch Club (Booking essential) - Tel. Judith 01454 616725

Friday Art Club Enquiries - Tel. Anne 01454 885532

Footprints Walking Group (monthly) - Tel Linda 01454 414762

For General Enquiries & Bookings contact Churchwarden Elaine Lee email: or Tel. 01454 419322.

About St. Helen’s Church

St Helen’s Anglican Church in Alveston is part of the Severnside Group of Churches.

Following some long term planning by the Diocese after the retirement in 2015 of Rev. Dave Pole some reorganisation has taken place linking the five churches in North Severnside.

Alveston, Elberton, Littleton, Olveston and Aust have now combined to make the new benefice of North Severnside.

St Helen's Church

The ruins of the original church with Saxon origins can be seen close to the B4427 on the road between Rudgeway and Earthcott Green.

The “new” St Helen’s Church was consecrated in 1885 and there is a Church of England VC Primary School adjacent to us.

We work closely with the pupils by acting out “Open the Book” Bible stories with them during assemblies most weeks and regularly leading their special services.

Hospitality is important to us. With Christ as our head we seek to create a community where all feel loved, accepted and valued.

We welcome both our regular congregations and visitors and serve the wider parish through our Church life – through pastoral care, occasional offices or service and involvement in the wider community life, and activities such as lunch & knitting clubs, and art & walking groups.

Our monthly range of worship is both traditional and contemporary - from Book of Common Prayer through Common Worship and Taize services.

Encouraging more young people is important and we offer regular All Age Services with special activities to include children. We aim to be a friendly and inclusive church where everyone can find a home.

St Helen’s would like to see its premises used by the local community.

As we have 're-ordered' our church by removing the pews we can provide a large open area for your concerts, meetings or events, with seating for up to 150 persons and a number of large and round tables. There is a kitchen for light refreshments and a toilet which has disabled access and baby changing facilities.

Photographs on this page have been kindly provided by Brian Lee.





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