06 August 2013 a post by Bruce Stanley

Salisbury Plain Forest Church

Plain Church is a Celtic Community made of committed Christians. We meet every Sunday morning to walk and worship in the outdoors, this may be on the open Plain, it may be in woodland and it could even be somewhere else in the country.

Salisbury Plain Forest Church

Plain Church Welcome – Brother, I may not agree with all you say and do, I may not share your dreams but I believe that Jesus is my Saviour and in this we are one.

Plain Church is a Celtic Community made of committed Christians. We meet every Sunday morning to walk and worship in the outdoors, this may be on the open Plain, it may be in woodland and it could even be somewhere else in the country.

After our Sunday walks which take place in all weathers we return to either a church members home or the charity headquarters for coffee and further teaching. We are ideally suited to welcome Travellers to our services as we can offer accommodation at the residential centre of the charity if that is helpful.

We are a non denominational community of people who believe in:

  • A triune God; Father, Son and Holy Spirit
  • The priesthood of all believers
  • The Bible as the inspired word of God
  • Everyday being Gods day
  • Christianity being about relationship with God, your OWN relationship
  • Life being about choices
  • The cross of Jesus Christ and that He died for our sins so we could approach God again
  • Jesus being the gateway to the whole of God
  • God speaking directly to His People today
  • Supernatural gifts of the Holy Spirit being given for the building up of the church
  • The devil seeking to counterfeit and confuse
  • Our call as individuals to be spiritual warriors at a time of great darkness in the world
  • God being more easily found in the glory of His creation than a building made by man
  • The power of God to save, heal and deliver
  • The power of blessing

We choose to live as people of the kingdom of God in a redeemed world. Plain Church seeks to test and search previously held beliefs about what church is and does. We believe in demonstrating Christian faith in action and have our own charitable outdoor therapy centre to meet the needs of all who come.

If you’d like to contact us please do so via the charity, God Unlimited, on 01980 621712 or .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

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I read the article about The Forest Church and would like more information about meetings for the Salisbury Plain Church, would that be possible, with thanks, Jane Insley

#1. By jane insley on December 07, 2013

I have just read your website with great interest, all sounds wonderful.

I have family returning to Cornwall this Sunday.31st May.

I am sure they would love to attend your service.
What time do you meet.
Could you give a Post code.
I will forward your reply on to them.

God Bless your work,
Regards, Mary

#2. By Mary saunders on May 27, 2014











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