With a range of activities, aimed at different ages, 7 days a week, there really is something for everyone.
Children & Young People on Sunday welcomes children from 3 years old. Bible stories, drawing, mime and games. We explore faith in a friendly, warm and most importantly fun atmosphere.When:
We meet at 10.45am-11.30am (after the 10.30am welcome for all the church).
Aimed at 11-18 year olds. These sessions explore our faith through biblical stories and discussions of ethical and spiritual issues, with a range of activities such as games and arts and crafts, based around these themes. We also share food together.When:
6.00pm – 8.00pm on the second Sunday of each month (we run either Hot Chocolate or Your Space sessions at this time, check out our Diary for details).
Aimed at 11-18 year olds. An informal social evening where young people can get the chance to meet and socialise with friends.When:
6.00-8.00pm on the fourth Sunday of each month (we run either Your Space or Hot Chocolate sessions at this time, check our Diary for details).
Mid –week Prayers
Join us for Mid-week Prayers where we gather in a circle in the Sanctuary for prayers for the World Church, national and local needs and concerns. If you have a specific prayer request, please enter this in the prayer request book which can be found at the entrance of the church.When:
Worship service aimed at toddlers and pre-school-age children, accompanied by their parents or guardians. Half an hour of playtime followed by half an hour of structured time focused on God and bible stories. Followed by tea-time food! Contact Linda Hayman.When:
4.00pm-5.00pm on the second Sunday of each month.
Messy Church welcomes children and their parents and guardians to come and get messy! A great way to explore faith in a fun-filled way through stories, songs, games, art and crafts, all based around a theme. There is also time for worship, prayer and a shared meal at the end for all to enjoy. Venue alternates between SMc and Salisbury United Reformed Church.When:
4.00pm – 6.00pm, usually on the first Thursday in the month (unless this falls in the school holidays)