St Albans and Welwyn Methodist Circuit

- The deHavilland Community Project

Journey Light is a fresh Expression of Church on the Salisbury Village estate.  People of all ages gather for fellowship, informal worship and time of reflection using art and crafts.  The music is led by Chris Hancock and Chris together with Deacon Linda Kinchenton and Revd. Sue Stilwell lead the time of creative worship.

Journey Light services are held on the 2nd Sunday of each month at Howe Dell Community Centre at 5.00pm. 

Journey Light 2 is an opportunity for those who are exploring Christian faith and those young in the faith to look at key aspects of faith.  So far, we have pictured God, looked at people in the Bible and how they have encountered Jesus.  We are going on to see what a difference Jesus makes; what it means to be empowered by the Holy Spirt; living a Christian life; how to engage with Scriptures and what it means to follow Jesus.  These sessions are set around a table and we break bread together.  The discussions that follow are both light hearted and challenging and involve activities too.

Journey Light 2 gatherings are on the 4th Sunday of each month at 8 Chipmunk Chase at 5pm.  Journey Light 2 is specifically aimed at those enquiring about Christian faith.

Thirsty Thursdays is another Fresh Expression of Church aimed at families who use the Chipmunk Chase playground after school.  The time of worship will include a time of getting to know each other, singing and bible stories and art and craft.

Thirsty Thursdays Services take place on the 1st Thursday of each month at 3.30pm at 8 Chipmunk Chase

On the 3rd Thursday of the month there is a pop-up café on the playground at 3.30pm which offers time for conversations for God and about God.

If you would like more information about the work of the church in Salisbury Village, please contact Linda Kinchenton 01707 271840 or email