Children's message, Salisbury URC

Children and youth are active participants at Salisbury United Reformed Church.

We gather with our families for worship, and enjoy a Children’s Message up in the front, something special just for us, before heading downstairs for Junior Church activities with our teachers (all DBS approved).

During the service we sing and pray. Sometimes we children and youth are asked to read from the Bible. Sometimes we are actors in dramas. Often we make decorations to beautify our church sanctuary.

On Communion Sundays we start in the Church Hall with activities, and then join the rest of the congregation for communion. We are all welcome to have bread and juice, no matter how young or old we are, as long as it is okay with our parents.

It feels special to be full participants in our Church Family!
We hope you will come join us.

Here is information about our regular activities, and notices about special children and family events.

Creating a home worship space & stained-glass window

Gathering around a computer, smart phone, or television can feel less than holy. These spaces are usually for work time or relaxing time. In order to make this an intentionally sacred space, here are a few ideas: If possible, use a dedicated space and surface, such as a table or shelf. In the middle of […]

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Safeguarding

Safeguarding Policy, Salisbury URC A signed copy with all names and contact information for Safeguarding Officers is posted in the church. We take safeguarding seriously at Salisbury United Reformed Church.  

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Youth

Upcoming Youth Events… Worship Youth often participate in Sunday worship as readers and actors when there is a drama.    

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Junior Church

Junior Church is special time for children at Salisbury United Reformed Church.  The time is filled with interesting stories, fun (and sometimes messy) activities, singing and art. Junior Church meets during the worship hour on Sunday mornings, 10:30-11:30 am. We are certified as a ‘Child Friendly Church’.  All teachers and aides have DBS clearance. Families […]

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