A very special place – healing, heritage and hospitality in the heart of Bristol
Our residential support services for vulnerable people are open to all in need, whatever their background or circumstance.
The former Benedictine Priory of St James is the oldest building in Bristol! It has a fascinating story to tell and has witnessed almost a millennia of Bristol’s development.
Like our Benedictine predecessors we extend a warm welcome to all who visit.
Our refectory café serves delicious refreshments and our well-equipped meeting rooms and central locality make us an ideal venue for conferences and community group bookings.
St James is still a place of Christian (Roman Catholic) worship and devotion but is open to all people from any faith or none.
Our Core Values are:
The Priory is a Catholic Church and is open between 10am and 5pm from Monday to Friday and on selected Saturdays during the year.
MASS IS CELEBRATED ON SUNDAYS AT 8am.
This building is now operating as a Men’s Mental Health Crisis service run by St Mungos .
Please contact St Mungos for further information.
Telephone: 0117 9349848
St James House is an independent supported housing provision.
The service provides housing support for single people in recovery from addiction for up to 24 months.
Referrals will be accepted from individuals as well as agencies.
Please contact us for a referral or if you would like further information.
Telephone: Sean on 0117 9338945 or E.mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please contact the Café Manager or telephone 0117 3790009
Cleaners – for helping 4.30pm – 6.00pm
Washers-up for Cafe, hours to suit.
Phone: 0117 9338945;
Call in to see the Cafe Manager.