• Sunday 22nd March 2020

    Today is Mothering Sunday and we are thinking about Jesus calling us to be witnesses. Here is all that you need to join together in worship tomorrow morning from the safety of your home. Click on the words below for the materials you need. You will need to download the...

  • One of the things we can all do from the safety of our homes is pray. Why not join with Christians across this land this Sunday by praying and lighting a candle at 7pm as a symbol of the light of life, Jesus Christ, our source and hope in prayer?...

  • An opportunity to worship with others in the Church of England tomorrow

    The Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby is to lead first national virtual Church of England service. Why not tune in at 8am before you join with St John’s to worship at 10.30am? The service, including prayers, hymns and a short sermon, will be broadcast online by the Church of England...

  • Sunday’s worship

    We have been working hard to devise a way so that we can continue worshipping together on Sundays and Wednesdays whilst public worship is suspended because of Coronavirus. We have tried to keep things relatively low tech so that as many people can take part as possible. For Sundays: we will...

  • Message from Rebecca

    We are living in strange and unsettling times: the signs of spring are all around us with their promises of summer to come and yet we are experiencing the challenges of coronavirus and restrictions that are unprecedented in peacetime. At a time of crisis, when we would long to gather...

  • Tomorrow at St John’s

    We will be meeting to worship God tomorrow at 10.30. We will be continuing our sermon series on Who are we? by looking at the truth that we are part of God’s family. If you’re experiencing a persistent cough and/or have a high temperature, then please stay at home. We...

  • 12th March 2020

    Update: I regret that we have had to suspend all catering at church events with immediate effect. So that we can still enjoy fellowship with one another, if you are well why not invite someone from church for coffee or a meal? We will try having the Lent Lunch at...

  • Meet the Vicar at the Pub!

    Rebecca and some members of St John’s are in The Anchor on the first Thursday of each month from 8pm-10pm. This is a great opportunity for us to meet members of the Bourne End community, get to know one another better and share our stories. All are very welcome! Next...

  • New Sermon Series for Lent

    Who am I? seems to be a more common and urgent question today than ever. Western culture bombards us with different ideas about our identity and what makes us of value. Our consumerist society tells us that our identity lies in what we buy and own. Our individualistic society tells...

  • Food for body and soul

    This year’s Lent lunches begin on Wednesday 26th February (Ash Wednesday) and continue every Wednesday until Easter. Starting at 1pm, the Lent lunches are held in Bourne End Parish Room. Everyone is welcome to join us for bread and soup followed by a short reflection. Why not come along and...