What can you expect when you walk into Salisbury Presbyterian Church on a Sunday morning?
We have two worship services; the first at 8:45 a.m., the second at 11 a.m. The 8:45 service contains nearly every element of our 11:00 service, usually with less ensemble music.
The Sunday Discipleship Hour begins at 9:45 a.m. There are Sunday school classes for all ages; arranged by age for the children and youth, and by subject matter for adults.
The 11 a.m. worship service is similar to the early service, with the addition of one of our choirs leading in song.
During the summer months (May 24, 2020 – September 6, 2020), we move to one service at 10 a.m.
Announcements are made at the beginning of the service. You can also take a look at our information monitors located in the Narthex and the bulletin is filled with information. If you would like to receive weekly email communications, please let our office staff know by emailing info@TheSalisburyChurch.org.
How would one describe worship at Salisbury Presbyterian Church? The service is fairly traditional for Presbyterian congregations and is meant to maintain the heritage we have as a part of what is called the “Reformed Tradition”. We try not to be so formal as to stifle expression; there are moments when we can laugh together, shed a tear, or simply give thanks for God’s goodness and love. The presence of God is in our midst!
And so, what can you expect when you walk into the Salisbury Presbyterian Church on a Sunday morning? Hopefully you will find a warm welcome from a dynamic community of faith, striving to learn and to live and to serve as Jesus Christ. Come join us and share our excitement!
Salisbury Presbyterian seeks to engage our Church members and allow them to experience the love of Christ within our Church family, to feel connected as a Church member, and to feel appreciated as a vital part of the body of Christ as it is expressed in this church body.
We care for each other in times of joy and in times of concern, and gather in fellowship to grow together in Christ’s love.