St John's Services

Sunday Services

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Book of Common Prayer
Holy Communion according to the Book of Common Prayer is a service which shows off the beauty of the traditional English language, and lends itself to a church building with so much history. There are no hymns at this service, which lasts half-an-hour.
Every Sunday at 8:00am.

 

"Second Sunday Service"  All Age Worship
This is a short service (approximately 45 minutes) when people of all ages worship, learn and pray together (and hopefully have fun too). Informal yet structured, the service offers hymns, participation and times of quiter reflection. Holy Communion is not usually celebrated at this service.
Every second Sunday at 10:30am.

 

Sung Eucharist
This very popular service includes hymns, prayers, Bible readings and a sermon. In the sharing of bread and wine, this service helps us to remember Jesus Christ's death and resurrection.
Every first fourth and fifth Sunday at 10:30am.

 
Choral Eucharist
The Choral Eucharist is sung to a different choral setting each month. This service also includes congregational hymns, prayers, Bible readings and a sermon. In the sharing of bread and wine, this service helps us to remember Jesus Christ's death and resurrection.
Every third Sunday at 10:30am.
Choral Evensong
Choral Evensong from the Book of Common Prayer is a form of Evening Prayer sung to a different choral setting each month. This service uses the traditional English language and includes King James Bible Readings, a sermon, prayers and of course all of this is accompanied by our high quality choir.
Every fourth Sunday at 4:00pm (September - November and January - June)
 
Weekday Worship
 
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Wednesday

Book of Common Prayer
Holy Communion, Book of Common Prayer style, is a service which shows off the beauty of the traditional English language. There are no hymns in this service and for those familiar with The Book of Common Prayer we use Order Two. This much loved service with its use of Old English lends itself beautifully to a church with this much history.
Every Wednesday at 11:00am.