Places of Worship

Bristol is a diverse place, where people of many different faiths and cultures live, work and study alongside one another.

Below is a list of places of worship local to the University - do feel free to get in touch with the relevant chaplain for more information and / or use the other resources listed to find the right place for you. For help finding places of worship near Langford Veterinary School, please get in touch with us directly.

If you're still searching for answers to life's big questions, we'd love to support and encourage you on your journey. There are many groups who can offer answers, as well as friendship and community, however there are some new religious movements which are not what they seem. For independent advice and reliable, balanced information about a religious group, contact INFORM.

Baha'i

The UK Bahá’í Community provides contact details for the National Bahá’í Centre and links to local Bahá’í community websites across England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland.

Buddhist

A full list of Buddhist groups in Bristol is available from the Bristol Buddhist Forum.

BuddhaNet is a worldwide Buddhist information and education network. It provides a comprehensive world directory of local Buddhist communities in many countries, including the UK.

Christian

To search more widely, try the resources below:

Hindu

The Bristol Hindu Temple holds morning and evening prayer services for the local Hindu community.

Jewish

You may also be interested in Bristol Jsoc

Muslim

Prayer facilities are available in a dedicated location on campus at the Coach House, behind 21 Woodland Road.  24 hour entry is by UCard - to gain access, please email multifaith-chaplaincy@bristol.ac.uk and your card will be activated (during University vacations, please contact card-services@bristol.ac.uk).

To find a local mosque:

You may also be interested in Bristol's Islamic Society and Bristol Muslim Cultural Society (BMCS).

Non-religious

The Sunday Assembly describes itself as a godless congregation that celebrates life, with the motto: live better, help often, wonder more.

Paganism

The Bristol Open Circle Moot holds Tuesday evening meetings for those following a pagan, heathen, nature-based, magical or alternative spiritual path.

Sikh

The Bristol Sikh Temple holds daily worship services for members of the local Sikh community. The Temple is located at 71-75 Fishponds Road, Eastville, BS5 6SF.

You may also be interested in the Sikh Resource Centre, 114 St Mark's Road, Easton, Bristol BS5 6JD

0117 9525023 or email src5@btconnect.com