Our Bristol Hub was born out of partnership with Woodlands Church. We mutually share a vision to be continually reproducing the life of Jesus in the people around us. Our Bristol Hub has become a vibrant, multicultural place which reflects city life and welcomes anyone who wants to go deeper in their faith, ask a lot of questions, and is not afraid of the messiness that often comes navigating life as a Christian in the 21st century.
Woodlands is situated in central Bristol, not far from the University, and is close to both good train and bus routes as well as some excellent road networks. Want to find out more about what it is like to journey with us? We’d love to hear from you. Please do .
The Bristol Hub meets on Monday evenings between 6pm and 10pm.
Hub Director – Matt Dobson
I’ve lived in Bristol all my life. I love the city, the people and the church. I feel a call to see transformation in Bristol in both the physical and spiritual.
I believe the deeper we go into the Bible the more we know God, the more we know God the more we’re transformed by his spirit, the more we’re transformed by his spirit the more we’re empowered to transform our world. This is what we see in the Bristol Hub – a combination of high quality theological study with the power of the Holy Spirit, all within a dynamic learning community.
If you are interested at all in studying with WTC i’d love to meet up and chat with you. The coffee and cake is on me! My number is 07772 275706
Woodlands Christian Centre
There is limited free parking on Woodland Road, apart from on weekdays between 9am and 5pm, when it’s Pay & Display. However, on weekends and evenings (after 6pm) access to the car park of the Bristol Homeopathic Hospital is available for use. The entrance is off Tyndall’s Park Road and the car park is to the left. Steps lead down from the car park directly onto Woodland Road. The nearest other public car park is just up Whiteladies Road in Clifton Down Shopping Centre, about a three minute walk away.
There are also regular buses, with the nearest stops being outside BBC Broadcasting House on Whiteladies Road.
The church is on a signed cycle route from the city centre to the Durdham Downs, and there are bike racks provided by the main entrance.