Remember its Take time for God tomorrow morning from 8am.

The Church will be open for you to take the time out to pray for those things that are important to you.

Flower Festival initial meeting invite

If you would like to create a display or support the Festival in other ways, you are invited to attend a meeting in the Tamberlin Room at 7.30 p.m. on Tuesday, 30th April.  The theme of the Festival is “For the Beauty of the Earth – Flowers and Food of the World” and will support the Food Bank and fund raising for the essential repair of the Spire.

More details will be available on the flower festival page

Flower Festival 13-15 September 2019

This is the section to come to for all the information on this years Flower festival.

We are currently putting the plans together but for now

SAVE THE DATE 13-15 September 2019

Get your £10 advance tickets for Flow Fest here

He is Risen

Following the Dawn service we enjoyed some fellowship in the Tamberlin room.

On Saturday we wait

St johns in Darkness, the cross is lit.

The church is in darkness, the cross is the focus, we wait for the risen lord.

Good Friday services

Jesus on the cross

As part of the Maundy Thursday service the church has been stripped ready for good Friday, the day Jesus dies on the cross for us.

Good Friday means we have a lot going on at St Johns. Here are the service times

9am            Morning Prayer

10-11am    Children’s Liturgy

1-1.50pm   Stations of the Cross

2-3.00pm   Liturgy of the Passion

Followed by Hot Cross Buns in the Vicarage

Maundy Thursday explained.

The Archbishop of Canterbury says

Today, Christians mark the Last Supper. On the eve of his death, Jesus washed the disciples’ feet, saying: “I give you a new commandment: love one another as I have loved you.”

The Revd Isabelle Hamley reflects on Maundy Thursday:

Join us at our #MaundyThursday service taking place at St Johns tonight (16th April) at 7:30pm

Maundy Thursday

What is Maundy Thursday?

Maundy Thursday is the day we remember Jesus sharing the Last Supper with his disciples before his death. Jesus washed the disciples’ feet. We will be recreating this act tonight.

The Church of England has created a video.

Join us at our #MaundyThursday service taking place at St Johns tonight (16th April) at 7:30pm

Easter Services

For those look for the Holy Week service times, look no further.

All the services are on the website and can be found


We look forward to welcoming you all at this very special time of year.