15th December 2017 Are you passionate about serving Christ and our community? Street Pastors engage with people on the streets to care for them, listen to them and help them. They work together with other partners in the night-time economy… Read more
A message from Catherine in the church office: We have an issue at the moment that the bulletin and other emails sent from the Parish Office mailbox are not being delivered to certain email addresses on our distribution list. It… Read more
Do you feel like your teenager has become a different person overnight? Or maybe your child is almost a teenager and you’re feeling a bit apprehensive about what’s ahead. You’re not alone! There’s hardly a mum or dad on the… Read more
We had 12 children in one of our children’s groups last week and 11 in another. And that doesn’t include the little ones in Scramblers and the young people in Challengers. First of all, we need to see a big… Read more
For those who give regularly to God’s work at St John’s through the envelope scheme, your sets of envelopes are ready for 2018. Please pick up your set from the table in the church foyer. If you would like to… Read more
Rather than send out the newsletter from Sanyu Babies Home to everybody, we can forward it to those who would like to receive it as soon as it arrives every quarter. It is wonderful to see young people getting involved… Read more
Just three weeks to Remembrance Sunday so it’s time to get your poppy! You will find a box of poppies, and a tin for your donation, on the table in the church foyer.
Are you ready to respond to the St. John’s prayer challenge? Will you set aside just one hour each month, starting in November, to come together as a church to pray? We are planning to meet in the first full… Read more
There have been few times in history when there has been a greater need for Christians to come together to pray. Our world, our country, our Diocese, our church, our expanding parish, our community, our plans, our families, our leaders… Read more
The Rock Café was buzzing last Saturday afternoon when both sessions of the Rock Café Harvest Teas attracted large numbers of people. We do not do this for the money. However, the sums raised speak volumes about the popularity of… Read more
It is not long since we had a visit from Peter and Sally Bartlett. Although Peter is English, he is also Bishop of Paraguay. Sally is very good at keeping us up-to-date with events in that country, with challenges facing… Read more
The Church loft it becoming more and more cluttered. Please do not store anything in the loft, even if only temporary, without first speaking with Sharon or John. Thank you for helping us to keep the loft safe and tidy.