Come and 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.
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.
Concert in celebration of the restoration of Betty, the pipe organ of St John's Hyde Park. The Choral Scholars of St John's Hyde Park will be accompanied by this historic and newly restored instrument.
An evening of Lebanese food and the theatre
Edward currently works at the Royal Academy of Music and is a committee member of the Organ Club and the City of London and Eastern Society of Organists.
Sunday morning Family Eucharist celebrating the Harvest. There will be a child-friendly address and a collection of gifts for those in need.
Look at the world – J. Rutter
Humming chorus – Madama Butterfly – G. Puccini
The flight of the bumblebee – N. Rimsky-Korsakov
Dixit dominus – Vespers 1610 – C. Monteverd
The first vampire film, Nosferatu, will be accompanied by Nick Miller, St John's Organist extraordinaire.
Dixit dominus – F. Cavalli
Concerto No 1. Op 11 – C. F. Abel
This year's Course in Christian Studies, coordinated by Helen Sims-Williams, will be starting on Tuesday 26th September. Please contact Helen if you are interested in participating, at email@example.com or 07540 086516.
A group of 15 tents and a VW campervan from St John's descended on Debden House Campsites for a fun-filled weekend in the great outdoors.
Last week a group from St John's went North to the holy island of Iona.