We firmly believe that our work as a church is to reach out and support those in need. We help local good causes and charities and several national and international causes and charities.
Charities we support on a regular basis:
Anita Goulden Trust www.anitagoulden.org/
supports the work of a home for disabled and abandoned children, and a school for the children from the home and others from deprived backgrounds in Northern Peru.
Bridge Youth Project http://www.the-bridge.org.uk/
takes the Christian faith into local schools through assemblies and RE lessons. Supporting the community through youth projects and inclusion groups.
This year is the Bridge's 25th Anniversary and out of the many different events happening, is a sky-dive on Saturday 13th July and our own Daniel is taking part.
You can support him financially by clicking the link below:
Children in Distress http://www.childrenindistress.org/
provides care for children living with HIV, AIDS or incurable illnesses in Romania. They run two hospices and a holiday centre for these children.
Hope Now http://www.hopenow.org.uk/
is dedicated to ongoing work in the Ukraine working with orphanages and children in need, evangelism and church planting.
Mission Aviation Fellowship https://www.maf-uk.org/
flying evangelists, pastors and medical workers to inaccessible villages in various parts of the world. We support Alan & Davina Sully who are with MAF in Mongolia at present.
Morning Star (Salisbury) http://www.morningstarsalisbury.org/
Christian charity providing housing and emotional support for those finding themselves in difficult circumstances, often life and death situations that may be affected by, or as a result of, substance abuse, mental illness, bad physical health and other issues including homelessness.
Open Doors www.opendoorsuk.org/
supporting the persecuted Church around the world.
Tear Fund http://www.tearfund.org/
is a leading relief and development charity, passionate about the local church bringing justice and transforming lives - overcoming global poverty.
This is a Christian organisation and one of the world’s leading aid and development agencies working in over 100 countries. Our support helps Hurungwe, a community in Zimbabwe.
In celebration of our 25 years as a church, we have linked with a number of churches nationally and internationally.
So far, those agreeing to link with us include:
Find out how by contacting us at:
Durrington Community Church
High Street, Durrington
Or use our online contact form.
We'll be back in the Village Hall for our Sunday morning worship. Please come along and join us at 10.30am.
We will be welcoming one of our oversight team, Brian Meardon who will be sharing about the Holy Spirit with us.
Thank you to everyone who came along to our stand at the village show
Whether you joined us for our acapella worship in the morning, or to place a prayer on our prayer tree or to enjoy some free bubbles you were all very welcome
If you are unable to come along on a Sunday morning to the Village Hall, we have several opportunities to join members of our church at midweek fellowship groups.
We are currently enjoying an exciting new course from the Bible Society called "The Bible Course" an eight part accesible and highly informative course to help you understand the world's bestselling book!
There is a list of the hosts and times and dates when they meet on the What's On page. For more details please contact us at our church website address email@example.com
The Trussell Trust foodbank needs the following items:
Fruit juice (long life)
Tinned rice pudding
Tinned green vegetables
If you would like to bring an item or two to the church on Sunday Pam Wreford will take it in or there is a collection point in Amesbury Tesco.