Audio Recording of Benefice Morning Worship on the Second Sunday of Epiphany
The service held on 17th January via Zoom at 10am was recorded sound only. Click here to listen and follow the service screen shared slides (via St Ben's website).
Audio Recording of Benefice Morning Worship on the Baptism of Christ
The service held on 10th January via Zoom at 10am was recorded sound only.
The recording is available to listen to on Google Drive here. The mistake made with stopping the first hymn early has been fixed.
The slides which were screen shared are available as a PDF file here.
The service booklet used by those leading the service is also available as a PDF file here.
If you or any member of your family wants to explore being baptised in the Christian faith, we would be happy to meet and discuss with you in person.
If you are interested in having your baby Baptised (Christened) at St John's, please download our 'Baptism Leaflet' (see Publications). Contact us through the Parish Office for further details or to arrange a Baptism.
Holy Communion & Confirmation
If you or any member wants to learn more about Holy Communion and Confirmation in the Christian faith, we would be happy to meet and discuss with you in person.
Please Contact us through the Parish Office for further details or to arrange a Holy Communion or Confirmation.
Weddings & Blessings
We would be delighted to help you mark the formal commitment of a couple to lifelong relationship.
As well as visits and support from the Clergy, a preparation course is offered in conjunction with our neighbouring Anglican Parishes. For more information contact us through the Parish Office. To help you plan your wedding please download our 'Your Wedding at St John's Leaflet' (see Publications).
Your Funeral Director will help you make arrangements with us to mark the death of someone close to you. This can take place in Church and/or at a local crematorium or cemetery.
Facing bereavement is one of the most difficult things we are called on to do in our whole lives. It comes to all of us at some time and we are often quite unprepared for the strength and depth of the shock of personal loss. No one can grieve for you. It is a deeply personal experience and one which we deny ourselves at great peril. What can be of help is the knowledge of the support of family and friends. We also have a team of bereavement visitors who are trained to support you.
Please download our 'Bereavement Leaflet' (see Publications).