Our strapline, 'Christ in the Community' sums up 'mission' being at the centre of Salisbury Baptist. We have various forms of ministry and mission. Any interest, support or being a part of any of the things mentioned below is always welcomed.

Pastoral Care Team

We a have growing group of people devoted to the care and support of church people. Our Pastoral Care Team offers co-ordinated practical, spiritual, emotional and prayerful support.

Young People’s &
Children’s Ministry

The Young People and King’s Kids initially start off in the main service with the rest of the church family. Just before the sermon they go downstairs for a lively and fun session with age appropriate activities. Crèche facilities are available.

During term time we have our weekly Parents & Toddlers Group each Thursday at 10am, with tea, coffee, biscuits, play and music time. This is a great way to share our church building with the community.

Note: SBC implements the Safe to Grow policy for all children’s activities and seeks to ensure they are nurtured within a safe, secure and happy environment.

Home Mission

Salisbury Baptist has a rich history of working within the local community. From lunch clubs to Street Pastors. People are always welcome to join or volunteer in the groups. We provide support, including financial support, to other charities working within the local community including The Bridge Project, Salisbury Foodbank, Alabare and The Trussell Trust. Several of our church people are volunteers to local charities. For more information, please contact our Church Office.

Overseas Mission

Salisbury Baptist Church provides financial and prayer support to many overseas organisations including BMS, and Christian Aid.


Prayer is the umbrella over all we do at SBC.

We have a prayer ministry team available at each service. People also pray before the service and anyone is welcome to join us for this.

We have a prayer board at the back of the church where people can request prayer for anything. These prayers are prayed for regularly in the church and at the fortnightly prayer meetings, held in people’s homes. For an emergency situation we have a prayer chain.

In addition to these regular opportunities for prayer we have also organised prayer walks and the occasional prayer event.

House Groups

House Groups meet bi-weekly at the church and at people’s homes. Contact the Church Office for more information.


We have great facilities at Salisbury Baptist that we hire out regularly to a variety of groups. Our rooms are bright, spacious and adaptable. Sound proof partitioning is available to divide the space to provide a more discreet setting. Our city centre location is convenient with access by foot and vehicle. We are on regular bus routes and have car parking opposite and adjacent to the building. For information regarding letting fees and availability please contact the Church Office.