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This Sunday - Sunday 25th October


8am - Holy Communion (said service)  

9.30am - Holy Communion with music and singers.  
For those at home, the service will be streamed here and the service sheet is here.  

9.30am - Sunday Munch Sunday Munch. This is a group for children in Year 5 to Year 10. We aim to help children explore what it means to live a Christian life and encourage discussion about topics that affect young people. The session will take place outdoors, unless raining or too cold when it will need to move indoors.  Your children will need to bring with them; a pencil case and note book, their own drink / snacks (please no sharing) and a face mask for those aged 11 and above, these will not be required to be worn during Sunday Munch,  but will be required when arriving / departing and in the Church itself.

For services please note:
- Masks are required.  
- For track and trace, please use the new NHS app to scan in via your phone and/or we will note down your details.
- Please sit on a chair with a green tick (or next to one if you are with a member of your household). 
- Carefully take an order of service as you arrive (or bring back the one you used at last week's 9.30am).  
- We will provide guidance about receiving Holy Communion, if you wish, at the service. 


All Souls Day - Sunday 1st November

Due to Covid restrictions, sadly, we are unable to hold our usual All Souls' Day service which falls on 1 November this year. Instead, we invite you to visit St John’s Church some time between 3pm and 4.30pm and light a candle in memory of your loved one(s), and place it on the table in front of the altar as usual. A priest will be there, and will say a prayer with you if you wish. In addition, the names of all those we have in our records who have died during the last two years will be read out during the afternoon. If you have names of other people you would like remembered, then please email them to: They will all be read out, but we are unable to say at what exact time.  




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