Welcome to St John's
At St John's our regular Sunday morning service starts at 10:30 - join us in-person in church or online wherever you are.
We look forward to seeing you.
At St John's we are looking forward to welcoming you in-person and online
Through March we will be 'Journeying with Jesus on the road to Jerusalem'. This Sunday 19th March Phil Uren will be talking about "The way of love" based on Luke 10:25-37. There will be a bring and share lunch afterwards.
Join St John's for the Easter season
You can find St John's about halfway between New Malden and Kingston on Kingston Road (KT3 3RX).
We invite you to take part in our services live online click on Facebook Live or the SJNM YouTube channel at 10:30 on Sunday mornings.
Our Sunday morning groups for children and young people meet during the service. There is a creche, as well as an opportunity for those of primary or secondary school age to meet together in separate groups.
You can catch up with services and sermons on our YouTube channel or on our Facebook pages.
Join Compline - 2nd & 4th Wednesdays at 8.45pm on Zoom. Ask for the Zoom joining details in advance.
St John's Prayer Meeting - each Sunday evening in the church lounge at 6.30pm.
Tots in Tow – our morning play programme for children (0 to rising 5) Each week Tots in Tow will be open from 10 until 11.30 am each Monday for parents and carers with their children. £1.50 for first child, each additional child over one year old £1.00. Refreshments.
More information by email or phone Dave Pamphilon on 020 8942 5643.
Monday evenings at St John's - Keep Fit, 6.50 pm in the hall - Keep Fit at St John's. The running club - Kingston Road Runners also meets on Mondays at 7.45 pm. More Info
Keep in touch with St John's by joining our mailing list and each week receive our Sunday morning news for the coming week.
St. John's is an evangelical church within the Church of England. We aim to be a welcoming place and to serve our local community. The area around our location in Kingston Road, about half way between Kingston and New Malden, has changed a lot since our church was founded as a tin hut mission church in 1885. But inside our 20th century church building, the strength of commitment is as firm as ever.
At St John's we take the safeguarding and care of children and vulnerable adults very seriously.
Further information can be found at Safeguarding
The local primary school - Christ Church Primary School was founded and is partly funded by Christ Church and St John’s
Room Bookings: Some rooms are available for hire - see our page on Room Bookings. All bookings can be made through the Church Office.
St John's is the hub-church for the New Malden & Kingston CAP Debt Centre
Click the button and you can learn more and donate to the Centre's work.
Read the latest newsletter from Centre Manager Gayle Hanslik