Men's Events

We're keen to support one another, hold each other to account and work out what it means to be Christ-like as men, brothers, husbands and fathers so we've a range of things to help us do that. 

Woodlands Football Club

Woodlands Football Club is a combination of two adult teams both competing in the Bristol Churches League. Players of all abilities are welcome from the age of 16 years + to Wednesday night training. The Bristol churches league is both competitive and friendly holding a great standard of football whilst promoting a positive atmosphere. It’s a fantastic place to meet friends, be offered the opportunity to hear about faith if you wish and importantly play football.

Date: Wednesdays
Time: 8-9.30pm
Venue: Bridge Learning Campus, Hartcliffe, BS13 0RF
ContactSteve Ballard 07810048942

Men's Breakfast (2nd Saturdays)

The Woodies Men’s breakfast is a monthly Saturday morning gathering in the Woodies crypt. You’ll enjoy good food (a bacon butty – or several) and a bit of banter with other men in the church, as well as be inspired and challenged by good words from inspiring speakers. Find out more about the programme at or email

Date: second Saturday of the month (usually)
Time: 9.00-10.30am
Venue: Woodies Crypt

Dads & Tots (3rd Saturdays)

Once a month, Dads & Tots provides a safe space for guys to come with their young ones and enjoy some time together (there's coffee and bacon butties for the men, fruit and juice for the kids). It's not a creche, so guys you are still in charge of your nippers! But it's a great to meet with some other dads whilst the kids run around!

Date: 3rd Saturday of the month.
Time: 9.30-11am
Venue: Woodlands Main Hall

Bloke's Prayer

Men's Prayer is a weekly ongoing open opportunity for men to come together to pray. Great for a people on their way to work or who would appreciate praying with others at the start of the day. John Newnham heads that up and he can be contacted on 07952 755961.

Date: Wednesday mornings weekly
Time: 7.30-8.30am
Venue: Boston Tea Party, Whiteladies Road