Sundays at Grace Church Amesbury

Sundays at Grace Church in Amesbury

Our Amesbury congregation seeks to serve the communities of Salisbury Plain, including: Amesbury, Larkhill, Bulford, Durrington, Tidworth, Shrewton, Bulford Camp, Netheravon and Boscombe Down.

We started meeting monthly in Amesbury started in January 2017 and, since September 17, we have been meeting every Sunday.

We start at 10am at Stonehenge School, Antrobus Road, Amesbury SP4 7ND, aiming to finish by 11.30am

Join us in Amesbury

If you live or work in Amesbury or Salisbury Plain, we’d love you to come with us on this adventure.

Why not pop along one Sunday to Amesbury, or come along to our Salisbury site, if the Amesbury site is not meeting that week.

Children’s Groups

We expect our children to enjoy their Sunday mornings too. We run a number of children’s groups for ages 0 to 11 years. Each group has relevant, age-appropriate and inspiring Bible-based teaching.

All our excellent and committed kid’s workers have been DBS checked including references being taken up.


Grace Church is signposted each Sunday. Follow the signs into the car park, where you will find parking available.

If you have any questions, the welcome team will only be too happy to assist you.

Disabled Access

Stonehenge School has full disabled access as well as toilet facilities, including those for the disabled on the ground floor.

Find Out More

If you’d like to join us, just come along on one of the above dates, 10am at the Stonehenge School, Antrobus Road, SP4 7ND. We aim to finish by 11.30am.

To find out more about the Amesbury site, email Ian McDonald or feel free to come along one Sunday.

Our Vision for Amesbury

We believe that God spoke to us about ‘going north’ some years ago, so in planting a congregation in Amesbury we are continuing to fulfil His great commission to go to all the nations.

We’re excited that this move happens at a key time of change across Salisbury Plain, with hundreds of homes being built to house the armed forces families moving to the area.

The chief end of man is to glorify God by enjoying Him forever.

John Piper
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