10.45am All-Age Service
Lasting for around one hour this service is based within traditional worship patterns. Here the majority of our worshipping community come together to encounter God in hymn, Word and prayer. This service aims to offer a reflective environment where the congregation can focus on bible passages and their applicability to life today. Bible passages are usually from the New Revised Standard Version.
Our sermons are scholarly in nature, engaging both in theological enquiry and biblical interpretation. They do not shy away from difficult issues nor do they dumb down or offer clichés; this is often seen as something that marks Mayfield Salisbury out for pertinent theological practice.
Music is an essential part of this servcie. Hymns are sung using CH4 and the worship is accompanied by choir, choral group, and organ. It engages mainly, but not solely, in traditional music. The Order of Service sheet contains background descriptions of the introit and anthem for the congregation, and also of the organ voluntaries. More details are availble from Walter Thomson, our choir leader Here
Holy Communion is celebrated quarterly at this service.
After the service, tea, coffee and biscuits are offered in the Bill McDonald hall. Here many of our community gather to relax, share news and socialise.
In July and August there is only one Service of Worship on Sunday mornings. This takes place at 10.00 a.m.
For futher details see our calendar here.
The Gallery contains photographs giving more detail of our services and in particular our music.