We are here week by week and you are welcome to join us
Sunday 16th May
Church on the Move - Start by Stopping? - 10:30 am
As we think about stepping out from the pandemic and what's next for St John's, Phil Hutchinson will look at the early church in Acts 1:1-11.
St John's Annual Meeting 6.30 pm.
St John's is open for in-person worship while we continue to come to your home on Zoom.
Find us on Zoom by asking for the Zoom joining details in advance. Please do click through a little before the service start time to be with us in real time at 10:30, and chat with others before we begin.
This Sunday evening (16th May) 6.30 pm - St John's Annual Meeting. You are very welcome to join the meeting (on Zoom). It will be set within a worship service, catch up on the past year and look forward with us to what's next for St John's. AGM papers are available in the Members' Area of the website. Please request access to the Members' Area if you are a regular at St John's and cannot reach these pages.
We have been back in church - socially distanced - since Good Friday. Message us if you would like to join us there to be a part of a small group taking part in the services shown on our big screen.
Looking forward to Ascension Day on Thursday (13th), our Wednesday evening meeting this week will
focus on the resurrection and ascension of Jesus and include the breaking of
bread. Zoom joining details
Join Compline - 2nd (not this week - see above) and 4th Wednesdays at 8.45pm. Ask for the Zoom joining details in advance.
Thy Kingdom Come Each year, many churches around the world join together between
Ascension Day and Pentecost to pray that more people would come to know the
love and peace of Jesus Christ.
As a church we will be picking up on this focus on prayer in our morning service on 16th May.
We would also love to encourage you to join with us in prayer individually over the ten- day period. We will be distributing some materials to everyone who lives locally during the next ten days which we hope will help to inform and inspire your prayers.
More information on Thy Kingdom Come
During Lent we gave the time this year to learn more about prayer - and hopefully were able to put it into practice as well! Our services, home groups, pop-up and regular events followed the theme of prayer in the lead up to Easter.
You are welcome to catch up on readings on Prayer on our Resources page.
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Proposal for a New Church of England Secondary School
The statutory proposal/consultation is being re-run from Friday 23 April to Friday 21 May following a procedural challenge. If you commented earlier you are asked to re-submit, or if you wish to comment for the first time, here are the details which include a summary of the results from the consultation in January. If the school goes ahead in the proposed location at Kingsmeadow, St John's looks forward to building a good relationship with the school.
Spring Harvest was online again this year from Easter Sunday evening.
Click on the picture to see the line-up and to discover how to catch-up on anything you missed.
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