Welcome to St John's
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 and opposite Homebase, 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 - you are very welcome to join us.
Church warden David Greenfield introduces the bible motto verse for 2019
Join us on Sunday mornings at 10.30
Check out our calendar in Coming Soon for all St John's events
Welcome to Eils Osgood as the new Associate Vicar at St John's
We are delighted to be able to announce that the Bishop of
Southwark has, in consultation with the Revd Stephen Kuhrt, appointed the Revd Eileen
Osgood to the post of Associate Vicar (Pioneer) of New Malden and Coombe
(Christ Church and St John), with responsibility for St John the Divine, in the
Deanery of Kingston, subject to the necessary legal formalities.
Eils will be licensed at St John’s on Tuesday 8th October at 7.30pm. Read more …
Hear God's Word at St John's
'What should those who follow Jesus do today?' is the theme of the sermons at our 10:30 Services this autumn. The Advent & Christmas services at St John's from the end of November start with sermons on familiar passages from Isaiah. At 6.30 our talks cover the 'Hope in God's New World' until Advent. During Advent and at Christmas in the evenings we will celebrate by carol singing in the community, with Carols by Candlelight and our popular Christingle Service on Christmas Eve. Weekly details are in the Preaching Programme. For background take a look at the Preaching Programme explained.
Our regular monthly café-style services continue on the second Sunday each month where we consider topical issues over a cup of tea or coffee.
See our Coming Soon page for what else is happening at St. John's.
We take the safeguarding and care of children and vulnerable adults very seriously.
Further information can be found at Safeguarding
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