‘We will remember them’

St John’s are organising an addition to the traditional Remembrance Sunday events in Bourne End. From 9.45am-10.45am there will be an event in Bourne End Village Hall to help us remember the people from our community who died in the World Wars. There will be an exhibition about those who...

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11th September 2022

Our service tomorrow will give us opportunities to reflect on the life of The Queen, to give thanks for who she was and pray for our nation at this time of change. Our Book of Condolence will be available for those who wish to write in it. All are very...

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8th September 2022

As we mourn the death of the Queen, St John’s Church will be open for quiet reflection and prayer tomorrow (Friday) from 11am-1pm and Saturday from 10am-5pm. There will be opportunities to light a candle and sign a book of condolence for those who wish. The bell will be tolled...

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Annual Meetings 15th May 2022

St John’s will be holding their annual meetings during our service on Sunday 15th May. This is an important event where we look back at what God has been doing in the life of St John’s and look forward to what we believe his is calling us to do in...

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Easter at St John’s

Spring and new life may be all around us, but this year we celebrate Easter against a backdrop of the  on-going challenges caused by the Covid pandemic; concerns about the implications of the cost of living crisis; and the heart-breaking events taking place in Ukraine. In the presence of so...

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Repairs to the Communion Rail

We are applying for a Faculty (a church planning permission) to repair our communion rail which has a broken piece of the metalwork. Click here to view the documents supporting our application. The public have until 8th March to comment on this. Here is the public notice which is on...

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Christmas at St John’s

‘I bring you good news that will cause great joy for all the people.’ Luke 2.10 Last Christmas was unlike any most of us have ever experienced. Covid changed how we celebrated, just as it has affected so much in our lives over the past few years. However, in the...

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Remember, Remember

This season seems to me full of remembering, and this year the remembering feels even more poignant than usual. At harvest we remembered that everything we have comes from God and did so at a time when the seriousness of the climate crisis is ever clearer, and our supply chains...

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Remembrance Sunday: 14th November

We will be gathering together at 10am for our Remembrance Sunday service in St John’s which will include the reading of the Bourne End Roll of Honour. We will then go to the War Memorial for the Act of Remembrance at 11am. As this year is the 100th Anniversary of...

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