Bristol Easton

Bristol Easton Salvation Army

Inspired by the love of God our mission is:

To provide a place of worship for all; developing, encouraging and supporting each other in realising our full potential to know and serve Jesus Christ.

To be bold, adventurous and effective in telling others what Jesus Christ is doing today.

To show the love of Jesus Christ by offering support and practical help to the community of Easton and beyond.

Where we are

Hassell Drive
United Kingdom

Email address:

Phone: 0117 955 1600

Dawn Sellers


Mark Sellers


51.4572656, -2.5722302

Carol Service

Join us for our annual Carol service - where you can sing all those familiar carols and listen as our Salvation Army musicians bring you music for the Christmas season. There is no charge for the carol service but please book a free ticket through Eventbrite so that we can ensure everyone can fit in

Obtain tickets here

Sunday 19 Dec 2021

The Salvation Army, Hassell drive, Bristol BS2 0AN



Sunday 19 Dec 2021

The Salvation Army, Hassell drive, Bristol BS2 0AN



A poster for our christmas appeal

Christmas gift appeal

This year we are once again running our Christmas gift appeal. Last year we donated gifts to 2000 children and we expect the demand to be the same again this year. You can help our cause by choosing a gift from our Amazon gift list or donating via our just giving page

Amazon Christmas gift list
be a star and donate a toy to our Christmas present appeal

Donate to the toy appeal here

Just giving page for the toy appeal
An idea of what our Malachi homes will look
Malachi project

The Salvation Army in Bristol is partnering with Bristol City council and a housing association known as the Hill foundation to provide supported move on accommodation.

The project is named after a young boy called “Malachi” who donated the £5 he received from the tooth fairy to the Salvation Army in Ilford to do something for the homeless. They were so inspired by his gift that they started a fundraising initiative which culminated in the provision of 42 modular homes for the homeless in Ilford. The Bristol project would, if delivered, provide eight purpose-built modular homes with support for people who have experienced, or are at risk of homelessness. 

The site for this development is currently proposed as the car park on Derby Street in the St Georges area of Bristol. We are currently consulting on this proposal before we formally submit it to planning. We would welcome your views and questions about the project.

There is a public consultation event planned for Thursday 9th December between 4 and 7pm at the Library in St Georges 

You can contact us  about the project on       
Remote video URL
Our latest online worship meeting