Welcome  to St John's  

St John's onlineWhile our buildings are closed, our main Sunday service is happening on Zoom You are very welcome to join us.  Click on the Church Online button to ask for the Zoom joining details in advance.

We are continuing streaming the live Pause & Pray short reflections from our Facebook page on Wednesday evenings.


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If you would like to hear again one of our online services from the past few months they are all here on our YouTube channel.  This autumn's sermons are here.


This Sunday, 27th September, we continue with series looking at Philippians, a letter written from Paul's own lockdown in prison, with much to teach us about finding joy in knowing Jesus, even during difficult times.

Wednesday 30th September, 8pm - Pause and Pray  - continuing with the six-week series on the Lord's Prayer - live on our Facebook page.

Sunday 4th October, 6.30pm, St John's Annual General Meeting. This year on Zoom. Please do make a note in your diaries. This is the delayed meeting that would have happened in May. The meeting will be set within a service of worship.  The Notice of the St John's 2020 AGM is on the SJ Members' pages.

Catch up on any of Sunday services over the past months on our YouTube channel.

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If you would like to donate to the work of St John's, please use the donate button here.  Thanks so much for your support - we are very grateful.

Listen once to The UK Blessing  recorded by worship leaders across the denominations of the UK and you will want to hear it again!

Much of the content of Spring Harvest Home 2020 is still available free, online.

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

More about CAP

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  


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