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The Church of England Parish of Winterslow includes Firsdown, Lopcombe Corner and the Winterslows, providing service to the community and sharing the Good News of Jesus Christ. We are one of six Clarendon Team Parishes in the Alderbury Deanery in the Diocese of Salisbury.
The main Sunday services of the week in Winterslow are the 9.30am Service at All Saints and on the second and fourth Sundays an 8.00am Eucharist at St Johns , see the monthly calendar ABOVE for full details.
At All Saints there is usually a 9.30am Parish Eucharist on the first, third and forth Sundays of the month with an an informal All Age Praise service at 9.30am on the second Sunday.
When there is a fifth Sunday in the month (usually once a quarter) there is a 10.00am Team service which may be in one of the other Team churches, see the monthly calendar below for full details.
There is usually a crèche available at All Saints at all Sunday services.
For all Pastoral Care, home visits, weddings, baptisms and funerals please see the Clarendon Team Website and navigate to the "Contacts" tab. Click here for the Clarendon Team Website
Using Streetmaps or Sat Nav, you can find :
All Saints Church at SP5 1RY
and St John's Church at SP5 1PP
and the Village Hall at SP5 1PQ
For more information, visit our website: https:/www.achurchnearyou. com/church/9493/
Regular Sunday Service – 10:30 a.m.
Youthzone and children's activities.
You may contact Winterslow Baptist Church at email@example.com
Tel: 01980 863975
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Vision Statement: Drop Christs' message of Love and Hope, like pebbles, into the ponds of our communities so they ripple out to everyone in engaging and creative ways.
Reach Up, to God in Faith. Reach In, among ourselves, in Hope and Reach Out, to our families, friends, neighbours, colleagues and communities, in Love.
Passionately love God and our communities. Be creative in our worship to Christ. Be visionary in learning and growing together. Reach out and engage with our communities in imaginative and different ways so we can share Christs' messages of Love and Hope with those who do not know Him.
WBC : We Believe in Commitment to Community through and in Christ.
WBC is a collection point for the Trussell Trust. We accept donations of non-perishable foods to give to the foodbank in Salisbury. Donations can be dropped off when the church is open or can be collected by using the contact details above. With the school summer holidays coming up your donations will be gratefully received and will help feed local people in crisis.
WBC is also a collection point for Terracycle. We collect items which would not necessarily be put out for recycling, but can be recycled by Terracycle who will give a percentage of the profit they make from this to Cancer Research UK. The items we collect for Terracycle :
For more information, visit our website: www.clarendonteam.org/ winterslow.html
"Jesus Christ the same yesterday, and today, and for ever." Hebrews 13 v.8.
If you come inside the Gospel Lifeboat Mission you will find the above text on the wall above the pulpit. This text was chosen by the members when the present building was erected in 1979 because it is something we sincerely believe to be true.
The original Mission was opened in 1891, founded by Albert Shears who travelled around in a horse‑drawn caravan preaching the Gospel. The Lifeboat Mission may seem a strange name for a place so far from the sea but the object of the Mission was to be a 'Lifeboat' for souls. Over the years people have gone out from the Mission to take the Gospel to others just as many have come inside to hear the Gospel preached.
We believe the Bible to be the inspired written word of God and try to live our lives according to the guidelines it sets for us. We also believe in a personal relationship with God and that He knows and understands our human weaknesses, and who is always ready to forgive when we confess our sins to Him.
We have different preachers each Sunday, some from our local area and some from further afield, one even comes from Wales. Their ages and faces may differ but one thing they all have in common is their love for the Lord Jesus and a firm belief in the Bible.
* Where: Gospel Lifeboat Mission Hall
* When: Sundays at 10.45am & 6pm - Holy Communion on the first Sunday evening of the month.
* Wednesdays at 7.30 Bible Study and Prayer meeting
Contact: 863 114
The present Winterslow Methodist Church started its construction in 1865 to replace the original one next door of 1810.
Sunday Worship services are held at 10am, and are led by either lay preachers or Ordained Ministers. The latter often includes the Holy Communion. This arrangement provides a mix of worship styles.
The Methodist sponsors The Winterslow Scout Groups. Our buildings hosts TheTuesday Club, Flower Club, and The Winterslow Singers.
Once a month on the 3rd Saturday morning, 'Common Ground' coffee morning is held from 10 – 12, providing a meeting place to catch up with others.
Any donations given are sent to a different charity each month.
Other Christian Church communities cover two of the other monthly Saturdays.
Church Steward: Duncan Moody 01980 862986