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6th Aug 2014 Posted in: News by Stella Jennings 0

The Crossway is part of St John’s Church serving the local community The Crossway offers a range of free help and support There have been some changes in the times and details of the help and support offered at The Crossway.  The information below reflects these changes. Debt Advice Service Open for pre-booked appointments Monday: 6.30pm to […]

6th Aug 2014 Posted in: News, St John's Stories by Stella Jennings 0

St John’s at play on a sunny day…. You next opportunity to ‘picnic in the park’ at The Blue Coat School is on Sunday 31st August from 12 noon. As 31st is Jon Tattersall’s last day at St John’s the picnic will feature an informal farewell to Tattz and the family.         […]

31st Jul 2014 Posted in: News by Stella Jennings 0

PLEASE PRAY FOR EVENTS AT ST JOHN’S in August – updated 26th August Download a printer friendly version of this list Saturday 30th August Authentic Action Day. Please pray for those who are participating in helping in the community with St Boniface, Quinton. Pray for Jon Tattersall as he leads this event – the last time […]

31st Jul 2014 Posted in: News, St John's Stories by Stella Jennings 0

Hi all Just to say a huge thank you for praying for us at Soul Survivor this year. It was easily the best year I’ve been involved with in terms of campsite community, God working in teenagers lives, and the weather! There were so many highlights it is hard to know where to begin. Perhaps […]

30th Jul 2014 Posted in: News, St John's Stories by Stella Jennings 0

The Fruit of the Spirit is LOVE At the All Age Worship service on 27th July we were asked to have a think about what love looks like. Each of us was given a red apple or a green apple (well, a picture of an apple anyway!), and asked to write on the apple shape […]

30th Jul 2014 Posted in: 'tellmystory', News by Stella Jennings 0

Alison Earey has sent written this plea from her own experience of safeguarding training Do you hate to deal with the difficult issues? Do you want to turn the TV off when something uncomfortable comes on? I know that I avoid them whenever possible. Recently however I attended the Church of England children’s safeguarding training […]

30th Jul 2014 Posted in: News by Stella Jennings 0

Richard Kent writes: “I’ve recently circulated to the Men’s Network a link to a really fascinating video on YouTube of J.John’s recent interview with Justin Welby (Archbishop of Canterbury). “Brian Philp has suggested that we distribute this more widely within the church. “The video is very informative and moving, and I’d encourage everyone in the […]

24th Jul 2014 Posted in: 'tellmystory', News by Stella Jennings 0

In August St John’s is embarking on a teaching series on The Fruit of the Spirit. With this in mind Beryl Beavis emailed the following story. She writes: “Hi everyone, welcome to summer. “I have had this poem for about 50 years. Dr Ken Moynagh worked as a doctor at Barts Hospital in London but […]

23rd Jul 2014 Posted in: News by Stella Jennings 0

Do you know a Christian young person seeking an apprenticeship? Chaplaincy Plus is seeking to recruit an Administration and Communications Apprentice to start in September 2014. The successful applicant will be responsible for various administration, event and communication tasks to ensure the smooth management and running of the charity’s activities. A key part of this […]

23rd Jul 2014 Posted in: News by Stella Jennings 0

Carol Dealey has sent us a report summarising what happened at the latest Deanery Synod: “We had a very interesting meeting of Deanery Synod on 19th June at which we discussed issues in relation to poverty and how parishes are addressing them. “The main speaker was Fred Rattley who is the Diocesan Director of Community […]