Come explore what it means to worship and live in God's love.
Inclusive, socially liberal and modern catholic church at the centre of the Hyde Park Estate. St John's has a unique choral tradition, taking from the best of traditional and contemporary music. There are community events, education courses, activities for children and the opportunity to explore faith in a safe and supportive environment.
Children and Young Families are very much part of our life here at St John’s. During Sunday services children are welcome to stay with their parents in church or are invited to take part in Kids’ Club. We also hold a number of events for children and families throughout the year.
La vergione degli angeli – La forza del destino – G. Verdi
with choir and string quartet
Sarah Coakley is Norris-Hulse Professor of Divinity at the University of Cambridge. Her major works include Powers and Submissions: Spirituality, Philosophy and Gender (Blackwell, 2002), The Asceticism: Sexuality, Gender and the Quest for God (Bloomsbury 2015) and God, Sexuality and the Self: An Essay 'On the Trinity' (Cambridge University Press 2011): the first of a four-volume systematic theology.
A monthly gathering to read the following week's Sunday Gospel reading. We have nibbles and a cup of tea and lots of chatter and fun.
Missa brevis – J. Dove
Holy is the true light – W. Harris
Annual concert in memory of Jenny Clark held after the 10am service.
Robert Hill - Clarinet
Rhiannon Llewellyn - Soprano
Nicholas Miller - Piano
Activities, games and crafts along with a scary story to remind us that Jesus allows us to laugh at the ghosts and ghouls.
Stanley Hauerwas is the Gilbert T. Rowe Emeritus Professor of Divinity and Law at Duke University, North Carolina. His work has been to show that theological convictions make no sense unless actually embodied in our lives. This involves emphasis on the virtues, on narrative, and on the church.
we meet at 10.30am in the foyer of the College and enjoy coffee/tea and biscuits before our guided historical tour of the building and its collections and an introduction to the exhibition, which we can then view at our leisure.
Last night the Hyde Park Estate's resident quiz master attempted to find the 'Brain of W2' during the Curry and Quiz night while raising over £1000 for two charities.
The Culture Vulture Ventures had a good visit to Chichester last Tuesday, 4th October.
Today we delivered boxes of food and clothes to the West London Day Centre from our Harvest Festival collection yesterday. During the Family Eucharist our children brilliantly read the lessons and led the intercessions when we thanked God for all that we receive and prayed for those in need.