A very warm welcome to St John’s, Walton!
We’re a lively, friendly church seeking to “Know Jesus and make Him known” through being a “Community for the Community.” It would be great to welcome you in person at one of our Sunday services or Tuesday service and lunch.
Whether you’re looking for information on room bookings (we have a fantastic range of rooms that we love to see used by the community), or what we have going on during the week, our weekly Bulletin, our children and young peoples’ work, etc, you should find it all here!
If you can’t find what you want on this website please let us know by contacting the church office – details are at the bottom of this webpage after our current Bulletin letter.
Our regular Sunday morning services....
9.00 am Holy Communion
10.45 am Family Celebration
Welcome to St John’s this morning!
St John’s Walton exists today because of ancient Christians’ commitment to world mission. They resourced, prayed for and even joined in with those who came over land and sea to share with us the love of God and the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
St John’s takes world mission seriously too. This is demonstrated by the generous way in which we offer financial support and prayer to a number of mission agencies and charities all over the world. Some of these organisations are overtly evangelistic in their work and respond to physical and other needs. Some are on the other side of the world, and others closer to home. But all are expressions of world mission the gospel being lived out.
During October there will be guest speakers at our services from some mission agencies visiting us to promote their work. They will be given a one-off gift that day, but at the end of the month you will be invited to suggest whether their respective charities ought to be considered by the PCC for a running commitment. A leaflet produced by our World Missions team includes a schedule of events and guest speakers and is available from the back of the church for you to take home.
Please take time to look at the notice boards in the back of the church and meeting rooms to see more about the work of our chosen charities and how we support them.
God bless, Nick