Church of England Diocese of Salisbury Fisherton Anger

Facilities and features

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Accessibility

Toilets
Baby Changing Facilities
Car Park / Parking Available
Accessible Toilet
Accessible car parking
Defibrillator
Ramped entrance
Hearing (induction) Loop

Assistance dogs are welcome


Our Building

Listed Building

Music and Worship

We are known for our contemporary worship style.


Groups, Courses and Activities

Youth Group

We regularly run the CAP Release Course which helps those dealing with life controlling issues. Contact us to find out about the next course.

We run alpha courses throughout the year. They are a great opportunity to find out more about the Christian faith in a 'no-pressure' environment over a good meal. See www.stpaulssalisbury.org/alpha or contact us for more details about the next course.

We have a wide range of small groups which meet across the city. These include men's and women's bible study groups, 20s and 30s groups and many based on local areas. Contact us to get connected.

Want to go deeper in exploring Christianity? We regularly run Christianity Explored courses. See http://www.stpaulssalisbury.org/christianity-explored or contact us for more information.

We are active in our community in many different ways. Much of our community work is based in SP2 Cafe and Community Centre on the opposite side of Fisherton Street. We are open six days a week, do pop in and say hello!

We host the Salisbury CAP Debt Centre. Go to https://capuk.org/ to find out more about how we can help.

We regularly run the CAP Money course to help you learn budgeting skills and a simple, cahs-based system that works. For more information see https://capuk.org/i-want-help/courses/cap-money-course/introduction

On Tuesday afternoons, after our Potato Patch Lunch club we run 'Good Neighbours' where you are welcome to come and join us for good company and games.

Contact us or see the website for more detail about parenting courses.

The Ark Playgroup on Wednesday mornings is a popular place for toddlers and their carers. Contact to find out about joining.

There is always lots happening for young people at St Paul's. See http://www.stpaulssalisbury.org/youth for details.


Help for Visitors

Free wifi

Join us for coffee or a light meal at SP2 Cafe. We are open from Monday- Friday 1030-4pm and on Saturdays from 10-2pm.

For more information see http://www.stpaulssalisbury.org/sp2


Other Features

From January 2018 we will be hosting the Trussell Trust Salisbury Foodbank

Audio-Visual Facilities

All of our coffee and tea are Fairtrade

We have a wide range of modern air-conditioned meeting rooms available to hire at SP2 Community centre and the Church and Church Centre are also available to hire. See ourwebsite for more information.