Notices for Sunday 13th March

8:00am Holy Communion with Revd Dr Philip Luscombe.

9:00am Bacon Sandwich breakfast, all welcome.

Our Sunday morning service is at 10:30am and is led by Revd Cecil King.

Please join us either in person or online, all are welcome.

Coffee will be served in the hall and our Fairtrade stall will be open, after the service.

The service will be livestreamed, from about 10:25am

If you are attending worship in person, please:

  • wear a mask
  • use hand sanitiser
  • as far as possible, respect social distancing.
  • do not attend if you are feeling unwell.

Weekly Notice Sheet –

Please click on the picture below to read this week’s notices.

There will be a one hour Prayer Vigil for Ukraine at the URC Fisherton St. on Sunday 20th March at 3:pm.

All welcome.


Appeal for Humanitarian Aid for Ukraine



Appeal for Ukraine refugees



 Book Study  – ‘Embracing Justice’ by Isabelle Hamley

Monday’s St Thomas’ inperson – midday.
Thursdays: SMC in-person 7:15pm.

TakeTime Together A six-week Lenten journey

TakeTime meditations are a perfect way to find calm and peace in the busy-ness of life.  If you haven’t tried TakeTime before, you’re in for a treat. We’ll be using ‘TakeTime’ meditations to lead us in time and thought through the events of Holy Week leading up to and including Jesus’ crucifixion.

When:  Weekly on Tuesdays starting 1 March to 5 April  from 14:30 to 15:30 (note changed time)

Where: Zoom – Salisbury URC For more details, and Zoom link, please  click here

More details of activities during Lent can be found here

Bible Month 2022 – Local Preachers and Worship Leaders Training Day

Saturday March 19th 10:00am. Full details can be found here


Get Connected! Tuesday 22nd March from 2:00pm

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Prayers for our sister church, St John’s, Mtendere, Zambia

Pray for the people preparing for church membership at St John’s and for the teachers leading their classes, helping them to prepare to become members at Easter.

Praise God for the increase in people receiving Covid-19 injections, and give thanks for the ministry of UCZ’s two hospitals and seven clinics.