Cromhall Chapel is a friendly fellowship, offering sound biblical teaching and where we seek to demonstrate the effect of Christ in our everyday lives, both individually and as a church.
Cromhall GL12 8AQ
Tel: 01452 728 562
Haven Memory Cafe offers a warm welcome to people diagnosed with memory problems or dementia, along with a relative, friend or carer. It meets in a comfortable setting in the centre of Thornbury, in the United Reformed Church building.
It provides a welcoming social atmosphere, with tea, coffee and home-made cake, and an opportunity to chat to friends and volunteers. At each session there is a short activity, which is often musical, usually with an invitation to join in, or a demonstration or slide-show. NB The cafe is not a clinic, though there is often a Dementia Support Worker present.
The Memory Cafe meets on the first and third Friday mornings of each month, from 10.15am - 11.45am. The entrance is in Chapel Street, and is accessible to mobility scooters. There is car parking around the church, although it is often busy on a Friday morning.
United Reformed Church, Chapel Street, Thornbury BS35 2BA
Tel: 01454 414826
We are committed to living God's love for all. This we do through being a Church of England Christian fellowship seeking both to grow in faith and to engage in service with our local community. Our concerns are for the whole of God's creation, and we desire to share our journey of faith with those around us.
Castle Street, Thornbury BS35 1HQ
Tel: 01454 281900
Thornbury's Roman Catholic Church is part of the Diocese of Clifton, and is served by The Salvatorians. It covers a wide area going up the Severn from Aust to Purton on one side and beyond the M5 on the other. The parish is very proud of its primary school, which is open to all. CTK also has a social club and provides a venue for many activities in its historic parish hall. For more details, click below.
11 Castle Street, Thornbury BS35 1HA
Tel: 01454 412223
Our church serves the village of Oldbury on Severn and the surrounding area. The parish of Oldbury on Severn with Shepperdine is part of a larger benefice, centred on Thornbury. Services are held every Sunday, usually in the evening at 6 pm. There is a small chapel at Shepperdine.
Oldbury on Severn
St Helen's is part of a new North Severnside Benefice with Elberton, Littleton, Olveston and Aust. We are a community with Christ as our head, who are trying to make sense of what this means in our lives. We are striving to do this by welcoming and caring for people, creating space for listening, growth and worship. We are committed to the teaching of Christian basics, lifelong learning, and taking care of our world.
Gloucester Road, Alveston BS35 3QT
St. James' Church dates back to 1170, the first Rector was Robert of Wych from 1275 to 1309, then in the Worcester Diocese. The church is the focal point of the village, set at the cross roads, opposite the village pub, village green and playground. The building itself has changed very little since it was first built, except for The Chancel being shorted by ten feet in 1779 as it was in such a poor state of repair! That is not the case now and it is well cared for with a good organ and a very enthusiastic team of Bellringers.
Duck Street, Tytherington GL12 8QB
St Mary's is an historic Church of England Parish Church in the Diocese of Bristol. We are very much concerned with both the present and the future, and supported by a strong and committed congregation we are trying to move forwards while discerning God's will for us.
Our aim is to provide stimulating and challenging worship, to assist each other to grow in faith in Christ, and to show his love in the parish and beyond.
We are a community of ordinary people from all walks of life and are committed to showing and sharing the reality of Jesus Christ to our local community here in Thornbury and beyond.
Gillingstool, Thornbury BS35 2EG
Tel: 01454 419118
Our calling, in company with the whole of Methodism, is to respond to the Gospel of God's love in Christ and to live out its discipleship in worship and mission.
We aim to increase awareness of God's presence, celebrate His love and to grow and learn as Christians through mutual support and care. Love and service are the mainsprings of our congregation as we look to be good neighbours to all.
High Street, Thornbury
Quakerism is a way of life built upon principles of truth, equality, peace, simplicity and sustainability rather than a written set of beliefs, and Quakers have a long-held commitment to putting their faith into direct action in the world.
Quaker meetings offer a place where people can find a real sense of community and are free to challenge, question and explore their own beliefs, values and ideas. Many Quakers describe it as a spiritual home – a place of deep connections; a group of people bound together by an awareness of the sacred in all things and a desire to change the world for the better.
Thornbury Quaker meeting is held every Sunday 10:30-11:30am in the Chantry, Castle Street. You do not have to be a Quaker to attend a meeting. All are welcome.
For more information telephone Maggie on 01454 413535 or click below.
The Church's Mission is to "Show and tell the love of God in Jesus Christ, by building a relationship with God, with one another and with the wider community."
The church is at the corner of Chapel Street and Rock Street, with car parks close by in St Mary Street and Rock Street.
Chapel Street, Thornbury BS35 2BA
Tel: 01454 414826
We are a small friendly church near Thornbury. We hold weekly services, usually at 11am on Sunday mornings, sometimes in conjunction with St James.
We also run activities including a Sunday School, an after-school group and a Holiday Bible Club.
For more information and to check services times, please email Pastor Brian Allen below.
Itchington Road, Tytherington GL12 8QE
Tel: 0117 979 3104
Tel: 07599 141152
Thornbury's War Memorials are based at St Mary's Church.