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
We are a family, part of the family of God. It is a family that is present all over the world, and gathers in many different places, doing things in many different ways. We have different preferences likes and dislikes, but we are devoted to our shared life as a community of Christian believers because we have been brought together in God’s love by Jesus.
St John’s worship is as varied as our members .....
We have a traditional Church of England Communion service every Sunday at 9am. Our 10.45am service is aimed more broadly at younger generations; it is less formal and has a worship band, which plays many of the latest worship songs with the words and pictures on the video screen.
Tuesdays at 11:30 am, we have a shorter mid-week service, followed by a hearty lunch.
We also have a good variety of home/small groups that have a much closer sense of togetherness in which people at all stages of their faith journey learn and grow together.
If you are new here today, or a long-standing member of the family, you are welcome to explore the different aspects of our worship life. In fact, I encourage all members to visit the other services and gatherings occasionally, so we can appreciate our wonderful diversity and learn what each do and get to know some of the people who go to them.
Everyone who comes to any or all of these gatherings, home groups, or those who aren’t able to attend anymore, are all cherished and valued members of the church family that is St John’s Walton.
God bless, Nick