About Us
What to Expect
Our beliefs
Data Protection

Christianity Explored

Children's Clubs
Toddler's group
Tuesday Lunch

Bishopdown Blog
How to become a Christian
Useful Links

Wednesday 18th March: Corona Virus Update
Due to the current Government guidance and Church authority advice, we have decided that there will be no group activities or services held for at least the next few months. We will regularly review and update this position in light of ongoing guidance.

We are endeavoring to maintain contact with and support our fellowship; both Thursday Bible studies are being run as Skype meetings, and an on-line "Service" will be available from 0900 on the Sunday in question; a sermon in response to the current COVID19 situation is available through this link.

Finally we encourage everyone to pray for each other and the situation, stay in contact, and keep an eye out for the elderly and vulnerable around us.

Services and Activities
Morning 10:30am

Parent & Toddler's Group

Lunch 12:00-1:30pm

Children's Clubs

Women's Bible study 10:30am
Church Bible study & prayer 7:30pm

Contact us

Gavin Walker
phone: 07842 241612
or email: Bishopdown Evangelical Church

Welcome to the website of Bishopdown Evangelical Church. We are a group of Christians living in Salisbury and the surrounding villages who meet together to praise God, hear His word (the Bible) taught, and encourage each other to love and serve Him wholeheartedly.

We are committed to sharing the good news of the risen Saviour, Jesus Christ, with others, and welcome you to any of our meetings where you can find out more about Him, and what it means to be a Christian. Our prayer is that many would be changed for good through coming to trust in Jesus Christ.

If you want to find out more about the Christian faith, please follow the link "how to become a Christian" or contact Gavin Walker on 07842 241612.

Please do look around the website to find out more about us, what we believe, activities that take place (including a parents and toddler's group, Children's Clubs and a Tuesday Lunch), and to listen to recent sermons.