Home > Events

Events

This page gives information about special events and social get-togethers we have planned.

Click below for more information on the following
 
Special Church Services
 
Recent Events
 
Date Time Event
Weds 24 Sept 7.30pm A Message of Hope for those forced to live far from home
Our study programme at St Thomas’s this autumn will focus on these writings. There are three ways of taking part:
Read the weekly leaflet that will be given out with the notice-sheet each Sunday.
Join the weekly discussion group that will be reading and discussing these passages.  It will meet in St Thomas’s House on Weds 24 Sept, 8 & 15 Oct. No previous knowledge is necessary. 
Come to hear Rabbi Mark Solomon on Thursday 23 October when he will give a Jewish perspective on these passages – 7.30 pm.
Weds 1 Oct

Dementia Awareness evening poster Oct 2014

 
7pm Dementia Awareness evening If you would like to know a little more about dementia so that you can help those living with dementia to live better, come to a Dementia Friends Information Session at St Thomas' House. All are welcome. More info about Dementia here.
Sun 5 Oct

Harvest Festival shared lunch poster 2014

 
12 noon Harvest Festival Shared Lunch. You are warmly invited to join in our Shared Lunch - please bring some savoury or sweet food to share such as ... sandwiches, pate, cheeses, quiches, cold meats, sausage rolls, coleslaw, salads, bread, rolls, butter, crumbles, fruit pies, tarts, cream ....  Tea, coffee and cold drinks will be provided.

There will also be a stall for selling home made preserves and garden produce in aid of the Trussell Trust Christmas Shoe Box Appeal. Please bring these on the day - marmalades, chutneys, jams, jellies, pickled onions or plants, flowers, bulbs, vegetables, fruit, herbs, eggs, etc.
Weds 8 Oct 7.30pm A Message of Hope for those forced to live far from home
Our study programme at St Thomas’s this autumn will focus on these writings. There are three ways of taking part:
Read the weekly leaflet that will be given out with the notice-sheet each Sunday.
Join the weekly discussion group that will be reading and discussing these passages.  It will meet in St Thomas’s House on Weds 8 & 15 Oct. No previous knowledge is necessary. 
Come to hear Rabbi Mark Solomon on Thursday 23 October when he will give a Jewish perspective on these passages – 7.30 pm.
Weds 15 Oct 7.30pm A Message of Hope for those forced to live far from home
Our study programme at St Thomas’s this autumn will focus on these writings. There are three ways of taking part:
Read the weekly leaflet that will be given out with the notice-sheet each Sunday.
Join the weekly discussion group that will be reading and discussing these passages. No previous knowledge is necessary. 
Come to hear Rabbi Mark Solomon on Thursday 23 October when he will give a Jewish perspective on these passages – 7.30 pm.
Fri 17 Oct

Alastair Savage concert poster Oct 2014

 
7.30pm Alastair Savage concert for The Friends. A new face for us last year was the Scottish folk fiddler, Alastair Savage.  We all had such a great time, that we have invited him back. Although, he will be playing on his own this year, we know that it will be another superb night. 
Tickets are only £9 in advance and £10 on the door – available either from church or Sarum Books in Catherine Street, Salisbury.  Do come and join us for some superb music and to support The Friends.
Thurs 23 Oct 7.30pm Come to hear Rabbi Mark Solomon give a Jewish perspective on our Study Programme 'A Message of Hope' in St Thomas's House. See 17 Sept for more details.
Sat 15 Nov

Shoe box appeal poster 2014
10am Shoe Box Appeal. We will be supporting the Trussell Trust Christmas Appeal again this year. We will be collecting, covering and filling shoe boxes with gifts for people of all ages in Bulgaria. Please come to church with gifts, shoe boxes or time to help wrap and pack some boxes.

Please click here to find out what to bring.
Click here to find out more about The Trussell Trust.
Tues 2 - Sun 7 Dec

Christmas Tree Festival logo
10am - 5.30pm Christmas Tree Festival. Come and see 100 decorated Christmas Trees and for the first time we will have Nativity Scenes too!  There will be live music all day from choirs, individuals, groups along with our wonderful chefs providing tea and coffee all day with homemade cakes and lunches. More info here.


 Printable Version
Events in 2009
Past events from 2009

Events in 2010
Past events of 2010

Events in 2011
Past events from 2011

Events in 2012
Events of interest in 2012

Events in 2013
Events so far in 2013

Regular Events
Events throughout the year