Month: May 2017

Churches Together AGM

Churches Together in Salisbury will hold its annual general meeting at Salisbury Baptist Church on Wednesday 7th June at 7.30 pm.

Meet at 7 pm for refreshments.  All are welcome.

Want to find out more about Churches Together in Salisbury?  Visit the website here.

CONCRETE – Standing firm in an changing world

Precept Ministries UK are holding a 1-day National Conference on Saturday 17th June with special guest speaker Tommye Hammel, former Director of Training, Precept Ministries International.  This isn’t an ordinary conference. Not only will you be taught straight from the Bible but you will be equipped to study it, so you can go-on growing in your relationship with God. You’ll learn how to stand firm despite living in a rapidly changing world, ready for Jesus’ return.

Early bird booking price per person of £10 (until 30th April).  From 1st May price is £12 (£7 concessions).

To be held at Salisbury Methodist Church, from 10am – 4pm (doors open 9.30m).

Tea and coffee is included but please being your own lunch or enjoy one of Salisbury’s many local eateries near to the venue!

For more information and bookings, click here.

St Thomas’s coffee morning

St Thomas’s Church Salisbury warmly invites you to a coffee morning on Saturday 27th May, 09:30-12:00.  The morning will also include a raffle.

The event will raise funds to twin eight toilets in the church through  More information on the scheme and its implementation at St Thomas’s can be found here.

Inter-faith event

On Sunday May 14th hear the Bishop of Salisbury in conversation with Rabbi Jonathan Wittenberg, the Senior Rabbi of the Masorti Jewish movement in the UK.

2.30-4.00 in St Thomas’s Church, Salisbury. Everyone is welcome. It will be a great opportunity to learn more about Christian-Jewish relations and ways our communities are working together in today’s world.

St Francis of Assisi

Strikingly simple and the inspiration for the film Finding Saint Francis, this one man show by former RSC actor Paul Alexander is true to the spirit of Saint Francis himself.  The story starts by introducing us to the medieval world of Assissi, but before we know it we are caught up in the life of an extraordinary individual.  It is powerful, deeply moving and suitable for all ages.

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