The Alpha Course is known worldwide and has been completed by literally millions of people. It is a excellent non-threatening way to find out more about Christian faith. The course explains faith in a relaxed and friendly group environment. Each evening starts at 7.15pm with a light meal followed by a video and then there is plenty of time for questions and discussion. The evening finishes at 9.30pm. We will discuss, among many subjects; “Who was Jesus? What evidence is there that he ever existed? What was the point of the Cross? How can there be a God of love when there is so much suffering in the world? Isn’t the bible just out of date?” It is possible to ask any question and nothing will be considered too simple or even too hostile! For more details contact Jane Franchi here
Our Lay Pastoral Assistant team conduct Communion Services in all five Care Homes in the parish and visit people in their rooms to support and befriend.
A number of our members are Street Pastors going out on Thursday, Friday and Saturdays nights to provide pastoral care to Salisbury’s young people enjoying the nightlife. Find out about Street Pastors here
The Trussel Trust began their first food bank in Salisbury and the ministry has spread across the country. We have a collecting box in church and support the work financially and with practical help. Find out about Trussel Trust here
Alabare is a charity working with the homeless and those with learning difficulties. It was started in Salisbury and has now spread across the South of England. Church members support this work and also that of Salisbury Trust for the Homeless and the Women’s Refuge. Find out more here
The Bridge work in Primary Schools leading assemblies and lessons and in Secondary Schools by providing lay chaplains who connect with the young people and the staff. Members of the congregation are staff members and volunteers and our Vicar serves on the Council of Reference. Find out more here
St Francis delivers an information leaflet with Church and Community news to every home in the Parish once a month.