Church of England Diocese of Salisbury Salisbury Saint Mark and Laverstock Saint Andrew

Facilities and features

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Accessibility

The usual male and female toilet provisions are in the church annexe. A wheel-chair accessible toilet is accessible from the church and hall.

Baby changing facilities are in the female toilets.

There is a bike rack adjacent to the entrance porch.

Ramps enable access to the church and most areas inside the building.The wheel-chair accessible toilet is through the annexe door from the body of the church.

Ramps give access to the main entrance porch and to the north transept and chancel.

Effectiveness of the loop may vary in different parts of the building. Welcomers can give advice about optimum places to sit.

We welcome dogs with their owners.


Our Building

Listed Building

Music and Worship

The organ is not regularly used in public worship, but is available for use at weddings, funerals and other occasions.

There is a small group of people who regularly lead singing. This group is often augmented at 'festival' times.


Groups, Courses and Activities

Young people's groups meet during the course of Sunday worship. There is also a 'home-group' meeting for school-age people and Friday night clubs. Details can be found on the dedicated 'Chidren and YP' page.

Nurture Courses

Help for Visitors

Church Open

Other Features

FairTrade

Words of songs,congregational responses,notices and details of readings are usually projected. Sermons are often illustrated.

Back to Church Sunday

The Barrington Centre adjacent to the Parish Office is available for hire as is the nave and annexe of the church.