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Our children create art and projects each week, delving deeper into the meaning of our Scripture readings for Sunday. Here are some of their creations for you to enjoy.Read More
Hello everyone. A few of the churches in Salisbury are inviting us to join in a “City Wide Day of Prayer and Fasting” on the 28 February. As well as seeing Jesus as a man of prayer, and the devotion of the early church to prayer here is an article from J John and a […]Read More
Salisbury District Hospital needs extra volunteers We are looking for assistance with two volunteer roles as described below. Ward Buddies This role supports ward staff to enable them to concentrate on the clinical tasks. Tasks will include moving equipment, answering the telephones, running errands, maintaining cleanliness of ward kitchen and general tidying up of patient […]Read More
The Revd Benson Chilombo (on the right in the photo), who visited us here in Salisbury to share in the Spring School in 2019, passed away suddenly on 20 December. Please keep his wife and family in your prayers.Read More
We pray for those facing food insecurity globally. Coronavirus, conflict and cuts to UN funding are increasing the risks of food insecurity and malnutrition in 2021, in particular in South Sudan. We pray for people who are facing hunger this year, and pray that there might be adequate resourcing for global programs to ensure nobody […]Read More
With our Church calendars being one of our biggest fundraisers, we are now thinking about producing one for 2022. We shall be holding our annual photo competition later this year. Members and friends of Salisbury URC are invited to enter photos for possible inclusion in the calendar. Our theme for this year’s competition is ‘ALL […]Read More
We pray for teachers and students. As the new term starts, schools have faced a lack of clarity over reopening which has made it more difficult to plan appropriate education for students and has left teachers and support staff without clear guidance. We pray that every child will be educated properly and safely, and that […]Read More
Did you make a New Year’s resolution this year? No? How about making one small change – to a fair trade product – like highly nutritional quinoa pasta, made with durum wheat and 20% Fairtrade quinoa flour from Bolivia, refreshing and full bodied breakfast blend tea grown and harvested by traditional farmers in East Africa, […]Read More
We pray for the UK’s new financial commitments in 2021. The recent Spending Review included the aid budget being slashed to just 0.5% of GNI and didn’t commit to a permanent £20 uplift in Universal Credit. We pray for budgetary commitments which prioritise creating a fairer society and a more just world. We pray for […]Read More