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St. John’s Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow.

Please think and pray about how St. John’s will move forward into God’s Future and what that future will look like. If you can spend some time considering the questions below, your answers will help shape our church going forward. Thank you.

Services Sunday 25th April 2021

Here are our services for this week.

Readings can be found here: http://almanac.oremus.org/2021-04-25

8am – Said Mass – No Booking Required

9am – Informal All Age Mass – Please book here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/117384053865 or use the booking buttons on the website

10am – Live Stream Link: https://youtu.be/-Z-QGGdwnng

To come in person please book here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/118742813953 or use the booking buttons on the website. This will be a shorter service today because we have our Annual Parochial Church Meeting at 11am. Link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/88132328271?pwd=YUlxOE5XUjYyaHZHQms2RUlMcWR3Zz0

5pm -On line Service of Healing and Wholeness. Live Stream Link: https://youtu.be/YJW8RpfMmSc

You can see upcoming and past live streams on either of these links

YouTube link to videoa

Virtual Collection / Offertory

Thank you for joining our service today whether in person or online.

If you feel able to make a gift today to help our work and mission please click here.

St John’s relies entirely on voluntary contributions of money, people’s time and their skills. Our giving page has lots of information on how we use your donations and how to set up regular giving to St John’s.

Whether you give a little, or a lot, or not at all today, we are happy to share our services with you.

Help to keep services at St John’s going …

and be a part of our team at the back of the church on a Sunday morning 

If you have been attending church during the pandemic, you will have seen the Warden’s Team of Paul, Christine and Mick (assisted by Gillian) holding the fort every Sunday.

The Team needs your help in the form of

·      two more deputy wardens

·     Sidespersons to check in those who have made Eventbrite bookings for the 9am family service and 10am Mass. (Time commitment 8:30am to about 10:15am).

·      people to operate our audio-visual system for live streaming. If you can use a PC you could easily do this!

Training will be given with all these roles.

Interested?  If you, or anyone you know who might be interested in finding out more, please contact any of the wardens either at the back of the church on Sunday or by email to [email protected]

Anyone who responded a similar request before Christmas need not respond this time. 

Regards

Tim Roberson

Services Sunday 18th April 2021

Here are our services for this week.

Readings can be found here: http://almanac.oremus.org/2021-04-18

8am – Said Mass – No Booking Required

9am – Informal All Age Mass – Please book here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/117384053865 or use the booking buttons on the website

10am – Live Stream Link: https://youtu.be/95KAgnYLYvE

To come in person please book here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/118742813953 or use the booking buttons on the website

You can see upcoming and past live streams on either of these links

YouTube link to videoa

Virtual Collection / Offertory

“Lord today I give in faith that my contribution will be used by this parish to share your Good News with those who need to hear it. Bless our mission Lord. Amen”

Thank you for joining our service today.

We believe everything we have has been given to us by God, and we are trusted to be sensible and generous with it. So giving is an important part of our faith. Also the church relies entirely on contributions of time, money and skills.

Click here if you are able to make a gift today. Our giving page has details on all the different ways you can donate and how we use this money.

If you can’t give today, please don’t feel awkward. You are our guest and whether you give a little, or a lot, or not at all, we’re happy to share our services with you.

Services Sunday 11th April 2021

Here are our services for this week.

Readings can be found here: Almanac for Common Worship (oremus.org)

8am – Said Mass – No Booking Required

9am – Informal All Age Mass – Please book here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/117384053865 or use the booking buttons on the website

10am – Live Stream Link: https://youtu.be/-aSfY7Fjs7Q

To come in person please book here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/118742813953 or use the booking buttons on the website

5pm – Live Streamed – Sung Evensong – Stream link https://youtu.be/WqNUQoyKxEo

You can see upcoming and past live streams on either of these links

YouTube link to videoa

The Death of HRH The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh

Prince_Phillip_looking_at_City_Hall,_November_2008.jpg: Flickr user Steve Punter derivative work: AndibruntCC BY-SA 2.0, via Wikimedia Commons

The link to the online condolence book is: The Royal Family

St. John’s Church will be open on Saturday 10th of April between 10-12 and Wednesday 14th April between 10-12 for those needing help with doing an online message, for those wishing to sign the condolence book which will then be uploaded and for anyone who wishes spend time in private prayer and reflection. PLEASE BRING YOUR OWN PEN.

A Prayer for the Duke of Edinburgh

‘Well done, thou good and faithful servant: enter thou into the joy of thy lord.’ (Matthew 25.21)

God of majesty,

give rest to your servant Philip

who, having served his Queen and Country,

has passed from this life,

full of years yet strong in spirit.

As we give thanks for his life,

as Prince and husband,

as Consort to The Queen,

we pray that all that he has done

may continue to bear fruit

in the lives of individuals

and the life of this nation and the Commonwealth,

to your honour and glory,

through Jesus Christ our Lord.  

Amen.

St John’s in bloom

Thanks to all those fantastically creative people who made the church look so beautiful for Easter.

For those that were unable to come here are some pictures – they don’t do it justice though!

I also think our Easter Garden looks absolutely brilliant. Many thanks to those that have put this together and to our very own Paul for creating the outbuilding.

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