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Services and Activities

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As a community of Christians, we’re devoted to building an engaged, passionate, spiritually healthy community of people that makes up St John’s. We’re also devoted to engaging and impacting one another and others, believing that Jesus himself set an example of service and that we’ve been given the responsibility to follow it.
We invite you to take this journey with us—there are a number of opportunities where you can get involved:

Sunday Services

Participate in our Sunday services as we study and celebrate the arrival of God’s kingdom. On arriving at St John’s you will be greeted warmly. You will be given space to 'go at your own pace'. Babies and children are welcomed at St John's and they will be accepted just as they are 'as children'. Jesus himself made it clear that their should be a special welcome for children, just as there is for everyone else. St John's is vibrant, we sing hymns and songs wholeheartedly accompanied by a variety of instruments, we listen and grapple with God's word the Bible and endeavour to live out the teachings of Jesus. We share Holy Communion together as a community reconciled through Christ Jesus' death and resurrection.

        Prayer is central to the life of St. John’s. We have an informal Prayer Group which meets within the church on the first and third Saturday mornings of each month between 9am and 10am. All are welcome as we commit all aspects of our churches mission and ministry to God. 

Home Groups

        There are opportunities to join a midweek group, where smaller groups of people meet together, explore, chatter and discuss what it means to follow the teachings of Jesus in their daily lives. Its an opportunity to get to know one another, engender a sense of belonging and community.


         Become a volunteer at St John’s and add to the number of people serving our community, or get involved in one of our outreach initiatives


           If you are new to the church and want to find out more about the Christian faith, or just want to talk and ask some questions; well there are often opportunities to do this along with others in an informal gathering, with drinks and nibbles – The Alpha Course would be one such example.