A great deal of planning has been going on in the parish to ensure that when we meet together again in person, we do so in a way that cares for the well-being of all. Our new arrangements are complete.

We reopen for worship on Sunday 7 June for one service at 9.30.

The Parish Office and the Op Shop will reopen on Monday 8 June.

Sunday Worship

Following the Government’s announcement that gatherings of up to 100 people are permitted, from Sunday 7 June we will be able to hold Sunday services in St John’s. 

Sunday 9.30am Holy Eucharist with music (but no singing)

Please follow the link below to read a letter from the Vicar giving important details about the procedures we have put in place for the safety of all. 

Worship at home

Here are some ideas for worshipping from home either online or through TV and radio.
Other devotional material is also included.

Worship on Wednesdays

On Wednesdays at 10am, until further notice, we have a short act of worship via Zoom followed by time to chat.

St John's Sunday Worship

Our Sunday 9.30 Holy Eucharist in St John's will also be broadcast via Zoom. For joining details please see the emailed Newsletter.

Here is the liturgy for Trinity Sunday 7 June 2020 which you make like to refer to is you are following on Zoom our care otherwise unable to join us.

St Johns Church interior

"We use contemporary Anglican liturgy based on inclusive, liberal theology"

St John's Worship

A church is community of people with different personalities and varied interests so it is not easy to describe what it is like to worship with us. If you have not worshipped with us before we will be very pleased to welcome you.

We endeavour to make our worship a worthy offering to God, joyful and relaxed yet dignified with our worship centred around the Eucharist. Our services are sacramental in nature, pointing beyond the visible physical stuff to the invisible and mysterious stuff of God. We use contemporary Anglican liturgy based on inclusive, liberal theology. We aim to engage your senses, your mind and your soul.

There are many ways of drawing close to the divine such as words, music, images, silence, contemplation, discussion, teaching and so on.

We hope we offer a warm welcome. Although we know we won’t always succeed, our aim is to offer worship and activities that are open and accessible to all, regardless of physical ability, gender identity, race, sexual orientation, age, income and any other thing that us humans like to use to divide ourselves up.

Seasonal Services

There are no special services planned.