Talking Together

Talking Together

about Equality, Diversity & Inclusion
Exploring the Methodist EDI Toolkit

Led by Revd.’s Chris and Margaret Jones

5.00p.m.-7.00p.m. 25th November, 2018 at Salisbury Methodist Church

A brief act of worship followed by presentation and discussion ending with a brief act of worship.

All welcome.

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Worship Words Matter

the power of language in worship

An exploration of language and the biases behind the words and symbols we use in worship and ritual.

Rev Dr Ana Gobledale – United Reformed Minister and Creator-Editor of Worship Words, an on-line resource for free inclusive-language worship materials.

http://worshipwords.co.uk

Last Chance to Sing

Sunday 14th October 6:00pm

Come and sing hyms only found in the Methodist Hymn Book and Hymns and Psalms

Homelessness Sunday

This Sunday – 7th October, is Homelessness Sunday.

Our 10.30am service will be led by Revd Keith Thomasson, Helen Inglis and Rebecca Mullen from Alabaré, who will tell us about the work of Alabaré.

 

 

 

 

Talking Together

Today, 23rd September, 5pm-7pm – Talking Together

This is a new venture where we will be able to discuss important issues.  The subject for the first session will be the ‘Mission and Ministry in Covenant‘ report about plans to draw us closer to the Church of England.  This will require us to create bishops and there are plans to make our presbyteral ministries interchangeable.  Come to hear more and discuss your opinions.

 

Harvest Festival

Our Harvest Festival is on Sunday 23rd September at 10:30am with Revd. David Hookins

Our theme is from ‘All We Can’, the Methodist relief Charity.

Gifts of dry, tinned and long-life groceries will be donated to the Trussell Trust foodbank.

Feasts & Fun

Join us for Holiday Club 2018, to be held at Salisbury Methodist Church, 6th – 10th August from 10am – 1pm.  Suitable for children from 5yrs to 11yrs.

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Holy Habits

Walking the way: a Lenten studies series at Salisbury URC

Blending reflection, contemplation and conversation, we will explore the book, Holy Habits, by Andrew Roberts, a Methodist minister passionate about discipleship.   We will rediscover the ten holy habits described by Luke in The Acts of the Apostles, habits that shape our lives as individuals and as a church community.

This 5-week series will focus on two ‘Holy Habits’ each week:

  • Week 1 (21 Feb)  biblical teaching, fellowship
  • Week 2 (28 Feb)  breaking of bread, giving (sharing of resources)
  • Week 3 (7 March)  service, eating together
  • Week 4  (14 March)  gladness and generosity, worship
  • Week 5 (21 March)   prayer and making more disciples