St John’s Day Celebration
Bishop Geneive Blackwell joined us to celebrate St John’s Day
People receiving communion on St John’s day
David (second left) renewed his baptismal vows, while anthony (third left) was recieved into the Anglican church.
Bishop Genieve congratulating David (left) and Anhtony (right) after the service
Alex (right) and Rachel (left) join David, Bishop Geneive and Anthony.
Alex (second right) and Alison (right) were supporters for David and Anthony on their journey
Joan and Enid share a laugh after the St John’s Day lunch
Family Service: Jesus Travels
Josie and Rachel providing music for our new family oriented service with some more modern and child friendly music.
A chance to hear different voices: Josie presents her reflection on the road to Emmaus story.
An interactive activity at our family service: everyone was invited to write or draw their prayer on the feet.
Sermons and Reflections
St John’s has a number spaces for use by the church community: the main worship area, the chapel, narthex, Cooper Centre and hall. Some of these spaces are available for rental, learn more....
St John's is currently focussing on Prayer, both as we seek new directions and as part of our Lenten discipline. Here are some prayer resources to help our community pray.
Stilling: Connecting with God is a leaflet providing instructions for a simple approach to God through quietness and stilling. It is accompanied by some suggested prayers for Lent. (Note: This is in a leaflet format for printing double sided. Instructions on page 2.)
Pray Listen Think Respond The wardens and vestry invite the community of St John's to join prayer to discern future directions and mission. Everyone is invited to respond using this flyer.
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