Public Worship at St. John's
Unfortunately, due to the current high Covid-19 infection rates in the area, the church building is closed, but our Sunday Mass is recorded and available to watch online.
We will make it available on our Broadcast page at about 10:30 a.m. on Sundays, all being well.
We are not able to open for individual personal prayer on weekday mornings.
God be with you
We are always incredibly grateful for the financial support we receive from our regular givers.
Now anyone can support our ministry through online donations, and in person through our contactless giving facility in St John’s.
updates by email
We have an email distribution system which enables Fr. David to disseminate news, information and thoughts.
If you would welcome such communications please contact him by email. His email address is HERE
(To help Fr. David please put "e-news" as your subject line)
S U N D A Y M A S S
You'll find it on our Broadcast Channel HERE usually at about 10:30 a.m.
You'll also find a downloadable Order of Service so that you can follow the service and join in if you wish
Private Prayer in Church
We are currently unable to open for individual prayer, until further notice.
When we are able to reopen this will of course be subject to strict regulations.
Choral Worship from Canterbury Cathedral
Every day you can join them for traditional Choral Evensong.
It streams live at 5.30 pm, but you can catch up at any time.
Watch it on the Canterbury Cathedral website HERE
Prayer is always important, but even more so when you're shut in and isolated
For some ideas that you mght find helpful visit our Prayer Page HERE
Our gardening Team have been busy
See some pictures of their hard work in our photo album HERE
Thanks to Mary and Sharon for the photos
When you can't attend a funeral
One of the hardest things under the present situation is not being able to attend the funeral of a special person.
If you find yourself in this position you might welcome a short reflection with prayers to help you to be there in spirit
"God isn't social-distancing. He's as close to us as ever."
Martin Lloyd Williams, Archdeacon of Brighton & Lewes