“In him was life, and the life was the light of humanity. And the light shines in the darkness, yet the darkness has not overcome it.” Jesus’ birth was announced with flourishes of light and drama, for he is everlasting light for our dark world. We will celebrate with light and music, rejoicing in the life he brings. Join us 10am each Sunday in December as we anticipate his coming, and at 9:30am on Christmas Day to celebrate.
The working world has gone through a shake up in the last few years, the likes of which we haven’t experienced in our lifetime. New technologies. New ways of working. And at times new challenges unique to Christians. This can be unsettling, but also exciting!
The Life@Work features 5 excellent speakers to help us explore this strange new world. Salisbury Baptist is delighted to partner with City Bible Forum to be a screening hub for the conference, 10:30am-3:30pm on Saturday February 18th. Register here, select Salisbury Baptist on the ‘hub watch party’ drop-down, and we’ll see you there!
Over recent weeks we’ve examined the prophecies about the Messiah. God promised a king in the line of David, who would rule with justice and righteousness, who would restore what was lost, who would bring about eternal peace. Then he sent his own Son to be that King. The light has come, the new world has begun, the king is born. Join with us to rejoice and celebrate, 9:30am Christmas Day.
From sorrowful contemplation through to joyful celebration, the Easter weekend is a journey for the emotions, heart and soul. This year our services are:
15 April, Good Friday: 9:30am English & Zo combined service, with communion
17 April, Easter Sunday: 10am English service (hot cross buns afterwards), 1:30pm Zo service + anniversary celebration
We look forward to joining with you at Salisbury Baptist Church
In a world of bad news, this Christmas we’ve got:
And it’s too good to confine to just one day! From November 28th, every Sunday will focus on Good News for a Change. Join us at 10am, or 9:30am Christmas Day.
We would love you to join us for our Easter services this year. Good Friday will be a meditative service, experiencing the eye-witness account of Jesus’ friend John, telling how Jesus was tried and killed. Easter Sunday will celebrate Jesus’ resurrection and the completion of his saving work, including communion and then hot cross buns afterwards. Come along, and bring a friend or family member!
Browsing through this site will give you a snapshot of who we are and what we do. In short, we are community of disciples, seeking to live lives of faithfulness to God. Our life as Christians is expressed not just on Sundays, but every day.
The various gatherings and activities indicated here are just some expressions of our community life. Hopefully you will identify a couple of points of interest where you might connect.
If you have any questions, please ask. Our contact details are on the site.
We hope to meet you.