We have a very good relationship with the other Christians in our town through Saltash Churches Together. We meet together for a regular joint service on the first Sunday evening of each month. This moves from church to church with the style of worship reflecting that of the host church. As we learn more about other Christian traditions and the reasoning behind differing practices we often discover that we are not as far apart as we thought we were and perhaps that the practice that we were brought up to believe was heretical is as much founded on scripture as our own.

The Autumn course featuring the double act of Rev's Gordon Cryer & Ray Stevenson is a challenging opportunity to dig a little deeper in matters of faith. Often controversial, sometimes a little baffling this course is a way to see things from a number of different angles. You certainly won't agree with all views expressed but it will get you thinking.

In contrast to the Autumn course, the Lent course has a a less academic & more devotional flavour.

We also meet together on Sunday morning for a Covenant service in January for Pentecost and the Easter weekend for Maundy Thursday communion and a service & walk of witness on Good Friday.

Saltash Churches Together also provide a framework for some of our joint community outreach projects; the 'Live at Home' project and more recently the Food Bank which was launched this year.

Various social activities are also organised during the year.