Tuesday Horizons

January 8      Reaching out – to refuge and asylum seekers.

Isabel King, a retired GP, will speak of working with those seeking refuge in Sierra Leone and writing reports for Freedom from Torture.*

January 22   Reaching out – through the Tolpuddle Martyrs.

John Walker, retired Methodist minister, will speak of his work as chair of the Friends of Tolpuddle, making history live through mission today.

February 5    Reaching out – to older people internationally.

Chris Roles, a Methodist from Winchester, heads up Age International which helps people in the ageing process in poorer places of the world.

February 19  Reaching out – to Methodists today, A calling to fulfil.

Ann Reeder, Methodist from Sherborne, is a local government consultant. In the past she has worked both for the Methodist Connexion and in politics at local, national and European level.

March 12     Reaching out – through drama.

Through a performance (directed by Steve Hawkes) of Consequences: The Trial of Arthur James Balfour, written by retired Methodist minister, Warren R Bardsley.


March 19     Reaching out – through poetry.

Jan Sutch Pickard, former Vice President of Methodist Conference and warden of the Iona Community will be using her own poems to speak to us.

* This will coincide with a display in the North Corridor (throughout January) of an exhibition of photographs of refugees mounted by Salisbury Amnesty Group.

Christmas Services

Our Christmas Services and celebrations:-

Monday 24th December – Christmas Eve

  • 4:00pm Christingle
  • 11:15pm Midnight Communion

Christmas Day 10:00am Family Service

A warm welcome to everyone at any or all of these services

Blue Christmas

Sometimes the light can be difficult to see

in the darkness of life…

Join us for a “Blue Christmas” service especially for those who find the Christmas season difficult

Sunday 16th December 6:00pm all are welcome


a time of reflection with quiet lights, meaningful readings, and the opportunity to light a candle in memory of a loved one.

Come as you are.  Everyone is welcome.

The light shines in the darkness,

and the darkness has never been able to extinguish it.

Sponsored by the Three City Churches: Salisbury Methodist,

St Thomas’s & Salisbury United Reformed


Nativity Festival 2018

Our Nativity Festival starts in 10 days time

Thursday 13th December – Saturday 15th December

Full details here