The wearing of face masks has become compulsory in enclosed public spaces from 24th July.  You will need to wear a face mask if you are attending a church service on Sunday.  Please bring your own as we don’t have supplies. Please bring your completed Track and Trace Consent Form.

There will be Holy Communion services on Sunday 20th September at 8am and at 10am. Please let the Parish Office know by 1pm on the proceeding Friday if you are coming to either service. Here is the weekly news sheet.

Consent Forms

To comply with the Government’s GDPR regulations please complete the Track and Trace Consent Form before attending church so that a record of names and contact details can be provided, if required, to the NHS Track and Trace teams. Here is Saint John’s COVID-19 Privacy Notice during the pandemic. Here’s a letter explaining what you can expect as this new regime is applied in church.

YouTube Channel

All the online services can be found on our YouTube Channel and viewed at anytime.


Times of Services

Every Sunday at 8am:  Holy Communion

This is a reflective ‘said’ Holy Communion service using Common Worship or occasionally the Book of Common Prayer.

First Sunday at 10am: All Age Service

This service lasts about 45 minutes and includes activities for every age, including our puppets, playlets, art, felt boards, interviews from days gone by; the possibilities are endless.

Second , Fourth and Fifth Sundays at 10am: Morning Worship

Worship is generally in a relaxed style with a creche and young church activities provided in the Church Centre.

Third Sunday at 10am: Holy Communion

The Holy Communion service is based on Common Worship with a creche and young church activities provided in the Church Centre.

Every Monday at 9am : Morning Prayer

Occasional Messy Church at 10am

Messy Church services are typically at Christingle, Palm Sunday and Harvest. The service starts with arts and crafts related to the occasion in the Church Centre, followed by a short interactive service in church and then lunch or refreshments back in the Church Centre.

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