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Sunday 1st September 20198:30amHoly Communion (BCP)

Start your Sunday morning with a short celebration of Holy Communion using the traditional language of the Book of Common Prayer, as written in 1662, and be home in time for breakfast.

The short half-hour service takes place in St. John's choir stalls and is a simple 'said' service without music or hymns. 

During our worship there is an opportunity to confess our sins, listen to the word of God, pray for the Church and the world, take the Holy Communion of bread and wine and depart with the Lord's blessing. 

10:30amMorning Worship

Join us for our main service of Morning Worship using the contemporary everyday language of Common Worship including music and hymns led by our organist and choir.

The service is an opportunity to confess our sins, listen to the word of God, pray for the Church and the world, affirm our faith and depart with the Lord's blessing. Children are also welcome to join us for the hour-long service where both a creche and Sunday club are available.

Following the service you are warmly invited to join us in the Church Hall for refreshments of tea, coffee, cold drinks and biscuits.

Tuesday 3rd September 20197:30pmPCC Meeting

The Parochial Church Council discusses & decides on important issues relating to St John's Church

Wednesday 4th September 20199:30amHoly Communion

Start your day with a quite service of Holy Communion using the contemporary everyday language taken from Common Worship which is growing in popularity.

The short half-hour service takes place in St. John's choir stalls and is a simple 'said' service without music or hymns and is a chance to stop and listen to God in the middle of the week.

During our worship there is an opportunity to confess our sins, listen to the word of God, pray for the Church and the world, affirm our faith and depart with the Lord's blessing.

Friday 6th September 201911:00amPrayers in Hall Lounge

An opportunity to pray together. A mix of reflection, prayer & recorded musuc. If you have a particular need for prayer come or pass on your requests to Paul 257 0059

Sunday 8th September 20198:30amHoly Communion (CW)

Start your Sunday morning with a short celebration of Holy Communion using the contemporary everyday language taken from Common Worship and be home in time for breakfast.

The short half-hour service takes place in St. John's choir stalls and is a simple 'said' service without music or hymns. 

During our worship there is an opportunity to confess our sins, listen to the word of God, pray for the Church and the world, take the Holy Communion of bread and wine and depart with the Lord's blessing.

10:30amHoly Communion

Join us for our main Sung Eucharist service using the contemporary everyday language of Common Worship including music and hymns led by our organist and choir.

The service is an opportunity to confess our sins, listen to the word of God, pray for the Church and the world, take the Holy Communion of bread and wine and depart with the Lord's blessing. Our worship lasts around an hour and children are welcome to join us in church where there is also a creche and Sunday club available.

Following the service you are warmly invited to join us in the Church Hall for refreshments of tea, coffee, cold drinks and biscuits.

6:30pmSung Evensong

A gentle end to the day (or start to the new week). Spend an hour with music & language used in churches for hundreds of years across the country. Tested by time, appreciated today.

Wednesday 11th September 20199:30amHoly Communion

Start your day with a quite service of Holy Communion using the contemporary everyday language taken from Common Worship which is growing in popularity.

The short half-hour service takes place in St. John's choir stalls and is a simple 'said' service without music or hymns and is a chance to stop and listen to God in the middle of the week.

During our worship there is an opportunity to confess our sins, listen to the word of God, pray for the Church and the world, affirm our faith and depart with the Lord's blessing.

Sunday 15th September 20198:30amHoly Communion (CW)

Start your Sunday morning with a short celebration of Holy Communion using the contemporary everyday language taken from Common Worship and be home in time for breakfast.

The short half-hour service takes place in St. John's choir stalls and is a simple 'said' service without music or hymns. 

During our worship there is an opportunity to confess our sins, listen to the word of God, pray for the Church and the world, take the Holy Communion of bread and wine and depart with the Lord's blessing.

10:30amMorning Worship

Join us for our main service of Morning Worship using the contemporary everyday language of Common Worship including music and hymns led by our organist and choir.

The service is an opportunity to confess our sins, listen to the word of God, pray for the Church and the world, affirm our faith and depart with the Lord's blessing. Children are also welcome to join us for the hour-long service where both a creche and Sunday club are available.

Following the service you are warmly invited to join us in the Church Hall for refreshments of tea, coffee, cold drinks and biscuits.

Wednesday 18th September 20199:30amHoly Communion

Start your day with a quite service of Holy Communion using the contemporary everyday language taken from Common Worship which is growing in popularity.

The short half-hour service takes place in St. John's choir stalls and is a simple 'said' service without music or hymns and is a chance to stop and listen to God in the middle of the week.

During our worship there is an opportunity to confess our sins, listen to the word of God, pray for the Church and the world, affirm our faith and depart with the Lord's blessing.

Friday 20th September 201911:00amPrayers in Hall Lounge

An opportunity to pray together. A mix of reflection, prayer & recorded musuc. If you have a particular need for prayer come or pass on your requests to Paul 257 0059

Saturday 21st September 201910:00amSunflower Memory Cafe
Sunday 22nd September 20198:30amHoly Communion (CW)

Start your Sunday morning with a short celebration of Holy Communion using the contemporary everyday language taken from Common Worship and be home in time for breakfast.

The short half-hour service takes place in St. John's choir stalls and is a simple 'said' service without music or hymns. 

During our worship there is an opportunity to confess our sins, listen to the word of God, pray for the Church and the world, take the Holy Communion of bread and wine and depart with the Lord's blessing.

10:30amHoly Communion

Join us for our main Sung Eucharist service using the contemporary everyday language of Common Worship including music and hymns led by our organist and choir.

The service is an opportunity to confess our sins, listen to the word of God, pray for the Church and the world, take the Holy Communion of bread and wine and depart with the Lord's blessing. Our worship lasts around an hour and children are welcome to join us in church where there is also a creche and Sunday club available.

Following the service you are warmly invited to join us in the Church Hall for refreshments of tea, coffee, cold drinks and biscuits.

12:30pmParish Lunch
Wednesday 25th September 20199:30amHoly Communion

Start your day with a quite service of Holy Communion using the contemporary everyday language taken from Common Worship which is growing in popularity.

The short half-hour service takes place in St. John's choir stalls and is a simple 'said' service without music or hymns and is a chance to stop and listen to God in the middle of the week.

During our worship there is an opportunity to confess our sins, listen to the word of God, pray for the Church and the world, affirm our faith and depart with the Lord's blessing.

Friday 27th September 201911:00amBereavement Support Group

Bereavement Support Group in the lounge.

Saturday 28th September 20199:00amFarmers' Market
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