Baptism

We have some children who are interested in being baptised by immersion. So, if you or someone in your family finds himself in that position, you will want to find out more. The first thing to do is to meet… Read more

Something to Float Your Boat

If you were in church last week you will have heard Liz talking about a weekend for our Challengers group in the autumn. During her time with Care for the Family Liz worked closely with an organisation called Fellowship Afloat…. Read more

Dates for The Bible Course

We want all the groups to keep in sync so people can go to any group during the week’s listed and know exactly what they will find. Creation and Covenant – Just completed Meet for Prayer – Week beginning 4th… Read more

African Worship

So we are delighted that next Sunday morning we will be able to offer you the experience of worship from Africa here at our 11am service. Grace will be bringing together a group of friends to help us worship together.

The Bible Course

The Bible Course has gone extremely well in its first week. Our aim is to try to keep all our groups in step with each other all the way through, bearing in mind that there are two prayer meetings in… Read more

New Electoral Roll

This year, according to the Church of England Representation Rules, all Churches are required to prepare a New Electoral Roll. This means that everyone wishing to be on St. John’s Electoral roll, whether they are on the current roll or… Read more

African Worship

On Sunday, 10th February, we hope to have our own morning of African worship. Grace will be bringing a team together to give us a taste of Africa at the 11am service that day. It will be a day of… Read more

50 years Together

Bristol diocese and the church in Uganda are celebrating this year’s which has lasted for no less than 50 years. We received new direction when Chris Dobson, who many of us have met, arrived in Bristol to take up a… Read more

The “Orphanage” Business

Cracking down on abuse Radio 4 last week transmitted a programme from Uganda. The Ugandan Government has taken the lead in the closing down “orphanages” which fraudulently extract money from churches and charitable organisations across the world. Many children in… Read more