Lent 2022

2022 Lent & Holy Week Schedule United Worship, Study & Fellowship

United Worship Services St Thomas’s, Salisbury Methodist, Salisbury United Reformed

Each Sunday in Lent

8:00am Holy Communion

9:00am Bacon Sandwich breakfast

10:30am Streamed Morning Service

Maundy Thursday (14th April)

7:30pm at St Thomas’s, inperson only
Liturgy of the Last Supper Preacher: Revd Anna Bishop

Salisbury URC Choir singing

United service with St Thomas’s and URC

Lent Study & Fellowship Opportunities

Take Time Together Lenten journey Weekly on Tuesdays 14:30 to 15:30
Zoom only link:
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/89190316526  Hosted by Salisbury URC

Session 1 (1 March) Luke 4:114 Tested in the wilderness
Session 2 (8 March) Luke 13:3135 Jerusalem

Session 3 (15 March) Luke 13: 19 The Judgement of God

Session 4 (22 March) Luke 15: 1132 Love for the lost son

Session 5 (29 March) John 12:18 Anointed by Mary

Session 6 (5 April) Luke 19:2834 Into Jerusalem

 Book Study  – ‘Embracing Justice’ by Isabelle Hamley

Monday’s St Thomas’ inperson – midday.
Thursdays: SMC Zoom 7:15pm.

Tuesday lunches at St Thomas’s inperson programme with a speaker and a light lunch available afterwards (probably 12:00)
Tuesdays: Faith in Art Series at St Thomas’s alternative weeks commencing 8 March, inperson (time tbc)

Cry for Hope: Lent 2022 (Zoom)

We invite you to join us in a new 5-week series launching on 6th March!
We are delighted to be launching a series of studies for Lent 2022 focused on the Palestinian Cry for Hope and associated themes. This series will include live online events with international speakers, discussion, prayers and actions every Sunday for 5 weeks during lent.
Each of the events will be recorded, and the videos posted online so that Lent groups
can use them during the week. To further assist, there is a full programme available, including questions for group discussions, prayers and actions.
For those groups/individuals that wish to join us live every Sunday evening at 6pm, we have some fantastic speakers lined up! Here is a snapshot of what we have planned, and you can sign up using the link below.

Sunday 6th March: Why was “Cry for Hope” written? Revd. Dr.Munther Isaac and a UK speaker

Sunday 13th March: The Christian Community in Palestine ZoughbiZoughbi and a Christian Palestinian woman

Sunday 20th March: Is Israel an Apartheid State? Allan Boesak and Brian Brown

Sunday 27th March: Is it true that you cannot follow the gospel and support the occupation? Mark Braverman and Ulrich Duchrow

Sunday 6th April: Why is it a Cry for Hope? Rev. John Howard and a speaker from Israel/Palestine.

To join please email  advocacy@sabeel-kairos.org.uk

For more information on all events, please see the March Newsletter