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.
Utrecht Jubilate – G. Handel
On the last Sunday before Lent we will have a Mardi Gras Jazz Mass.
Little Jazz Mass – B. Chilcott
His Name is God – P. Przystaniak
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.
A sung Eucharist with imposition of ashes.
Setting: Missa Brevis - A. Lotti
Anthem: Miserere - G. Allegri
I want Jesus to walk with me - Trad. arr R. Williams
2017 marks 500 years since Martin Luther nailed his 95 theses to the door of the church in Wittenberg, Germany, sparking the Protestant Reformation all around Europe. Our Lent Sunday evening services are designed to introduce people to the most significant figures in the Reformation era
Hope after the Death of Liberalism - Thinking the future of a Post-Liberal Society
The first session of the joint Lent Course will explore The Economic and Political Landscape.
Speaker The Rt. Hon. Hywel Williams PC.
A soup and cheese dinner followed by lecture, Q&As and finishing with Compline.
Down by the Riverside - Trad. arr. P. Przystaniak
Last night we had our first screening of a Silent Film, The Passion of Joan of Arc, at St John's with improvised accompaniment from St John's Organist Nick Miller on Betty, our recently restored 1865 Grade II* Listed Organ.
From the 22nd January to the 26th February our anthems during the 10am Eucharist will be taken from some of the best composers versions of the Jubilate including Walton, Chilcott, Britten, Gabrieli, Handel and Purcell. Based on Psalm 100, the Jubilate was part of the ancient Jewish Temple Liturgy and is part of the Book of Common Prayer’s Morning Prayer.
Last week the church was transformed into St Nicholas' Workshop and we had a child bishop preside over our celebration of the Feast of St Nicholas. We are really looking forward to all our Great Kids events.