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Lent at St John’s – Stations of the Cross – Spiritual Pilgrimage of Prayer – Fridays 7:00pm

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The fourteen Stations of the Cross has become one of the most popular Christian devotions, often conducted in Lent, guiding the Pilgrim by meditating upon the chief scenes of Christ’s sufferings and death.   Why not travel with us at St John’s each Friday 7:00pm this Lent as we recall the sufferings and insults that… Read more

EASTER SERVICES at ST JOHN’S

  PALM SUNDAY – one morning service 9:00am – Blessing of Palms, followed by procession and Solemn Mass The Sacred Triduum  This is really one extended Liturgy: Please try to come to the main service on all three days. HOLY THURSDAY 13 Apirl  7:30pm –             SOLEMN MASS OF THE… Read more

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St John’s Op Shop – Saturday 1 April 2017 (8:00-11:30 am)

Ops Shop

St John’s Op Shop is held on the first Saturday of the month, 8:00am to 11:30am. ** Great buys:  Collectibles, bric-a-brac, women’s and men’s clothes, shoes, bags, books, toys, CDs and DVDs and much else besides. Free Entry Help is always welcome for sorting stock, setting up and packing away on most Tuesday mornings, on… Read more

Church Access with Wheelchair or Walker

St John’s has wheelchair friendly access via its main entrance from Avon Road.   If you would like to bring someone to church who relies on wheelchair or walker, but can’t fit it in your car, St John’s now has a wheelchair and a walker available to assist getting between car and church.

FREE – Your Chance to be in the Picture

Opportunities galore!  St John’s relies on the free-will offerings of our people and the involvement of our many volunteers, our “everyday heroes”, who help with  Op Shop on the first Saturday of the month, Street Mission dinners each Wednesday evening, weekday and other ministries (including brass and church cleaning, grounds maintenance), and on Sundays (our… Read more

Lost & Found!

A shepherd seeking his lost sheep, a woman her lost coin, a father patiently awaiting the return of his wayward son: these are figures of the Father of mercy.  It is the reply of Jesus to those who were scandalised at the warm welcome he gives to sinners – Fr Steven.