St John's Big Christmas Card
Services at St John's
In addition to our services online, we are pleased to announce that we are once again holding church services at St John's!
Holy Communion services have resumed in the form of a short service in church on Sunday mornings at 8:30 am. Please note that a face covering must be worn whilst in the church with other people.
In order to comply with the current social distancing guidelines, numbers at all services will be limited. We therefore ask that you email the parish office before 11:30 on Thursday morning to let us know you wish to attend. We will then email you back to let you know if we have been able to reserve you a space. Alternatively please telephone the office (01489 790048) between 9:00 and 11:30 on Thursday morning to book a seat.
Although we have begun holding small services in the church once again, we will continue to live-stream morning prayer from the vicarage on Sunday mornings at 10:00 on Facebook. If you missed this week's service, you can watch it here on our YouTube channel. Alternatively you can find it further down this page.
|If you would like to join in our Sunday worship from the comfort of your own home feel free to download the order of service as a PDF by clicking on the icon shown to the right:|
Our mid-week 10:00 Wednesday communion service will continue to be replaced by morning prayer streamed from the vicarage on Facebook for the time being.
St John's church is open for private prayer on Wednesday and Saturday afternoons between 2 and 4. During these times you are welcome to come into the church to sit, pray, reflect or light a candle. When the church is closed you are still welcome to visit our Peace Garden and wildlife haven behind the main building.
The parish office is open once again 9:00 to 12:00 on Thursday mornings. Please note that although open, we ask that you do not try and visit the office in person. If you need to get in touch, please phone, send an email or use our online contact form. For anything urgent please do not hesitate to contact the vicar or churchwardens directly.