Downton Baptist Church news
Memories of Holiday Club......
This summer's Holiday Club was based around the Olympics - the two days of fun-packed activities were taking place at the same time as athletes were 'going for gold' in Tokyo.
As well as the usual games, crafts, challenges, stories and songs, there were some rather unusual Olympic competitors who arrived to show off their skills. Who knew that there was a horse well practised in sport of Dressage in the village?
Despite the torrential rain at lunch-time on the last day - taking the place of the usual water-fight and meaning that everyone went home thoroughly soaked - a good time was had by all.
Thursdays at DBC
Thursdays at DBC start with refreshments at 10:30am, followed by a service at 11am. Everyone is welcome to join in. Please contact the office for the details and support. Or look on the church website.
Downton Baptist Church (DBC) South Lane Downton SP5 3NA
Sunday Services: check website for latest details
Ministers: Rev Philip Rhoades & Rev Katy Ullyatt
07468 491143 (out of hours contact number)
Church Office: 01725 512971
Little Club - meeting again
Little club has restarted on Wednesday mornings from 9am - 11am. When the weather allows, it will be outside in the church field when we can and inside upstairs if not. Parents and grandparents, carers and their children are warmly welcomed with tea, coffee and freshly buttered toast. The morning includes plenty of toys, singing and music, a Bible story time and craft activity.
There will also be a visiting farm in December with a whole host of nativity animals!
Food Bank coming to Downton
Downton Baptist Church is delighted to announce that it is now a food distribution centre for Salisbury Foodbandk and the Trussell Trust. The church will be. open on Monday mornings from 10am - 1pm for the distribution of food parcels. If you would like more information, please contact the church office. The church would like to thank everyone who has supported the collection point over the last months and hopes that people will continue to help those in need of food at this time.