We are a lively, family and community orientated congregation in Salisbury. Enjoying a wide age range across our membership, our activities reflect the cross-section of people involved in the life of our church.
10.30am Sunday Morning Worship is our main focus, with a strong preaching tradition and uplifting worship music. The younger members of our congregation attend their King's Kids group and a crèche for very youngest. We also have a prayer team available after each service.
After each service we enjoy a chance to chat over a cuppa and some biscuits too.
Midweek there are bi-weekly house-groups, enabling further bible study and fellowship. Plus we have regular prayer meetings for our church, our community and the world.
In 2019 we are trialling two Sunday evening events on the first and third Sundays of each month. One is a prayer and praise event and the other a teaching style event looking at difficult doctrines, troubling topics and problem messages.
Please explore our website and if you have any questions or queries please do not hesitate to contact us. But here are a few FAQs to help…
How do I join Salisbury Baptist?
Everyone is very welcome to come along to any of our services, groups or organisations.
What are Salisbury Baptist opening hours and service times?
Sunday Morning Worship 10.30am weekly and Sunday Evening Event 6.30pm alternate Sundays. The Church Office is open Monday morning and Thursday morning.
How do I join one of the organisations or volunteer to help?
Simply come along to the organisation or speak to a leader.
What if I am planning a wedding or other function?
Please contact the Church Office.
How do I volunteer to help?
If you would like to volunteer to help at any of our organisations, services or events, please contact our Minister, Associate Minister or the Church Office.
Does Salisbury Baptist have crèche facilities?
Does Salisbury Baptist have facilities for the disabled?
Yes. We have a Loop system for the hard of hearing and there is wheelchair access with a ramp to the front doors, lift to the second floor and accessible toilets.
Is there parking and what is the cost?
Yes, there is a large council car park situated across the street from the church and a council car park next to the building. Culver Street Car Park is FREE on Sundays and a short walk away.
Revd Pete Orphan