Our Vision is Jesus. Our Mission is People. Our Cause is Grace.
each week we meet at 3 different Times:
8am | 10am | 6pm
at st john's?
Coming up in our life:
Andrew Errington will be speaking from the book of Proverbs on the topic of ‘Walking in Wisdom’.
Resilience is the ability to bounce back from stress, challenge, tragedy, trauma or adversity. When children are resilient, they are braver, more curious, more adaptable, and more able to extend their reach into the world. The great news is that resiliency can be fostered and further developed in all children. Come hear how to nurture your child's emotional resilience and coping skills.
On this evening we’ll engage with these questions
and more. you’ll have a chance to ask questions, or to simply sit and listen to what other people have to say. this event is for everyone - from the skeptically minded to the believer.
Morning Congregations Annual Weekend In
Every year there are certain events that define our church community. The 'Weekend In' is one of them. It is one of the best ways to meet people and you'll connect deeper than ever with the others in the morning congregations. It starts with dinner together on Friday 9th November and continues on Saturday 10th November Please save the date and plan to be there.
Catch up on our current sermon series
Peace is something that means a whole lot to different people, and exactly what sort of peace Paul is talking about in his letter the Galatians is not immediately clear.
This sermon explores what sort of peace the Spirit grows in our lives, both within our hearts and between us.
How can you get joy? Not just happiness that ebbs and flows with your circumstances, but something deeper that can sustain and uplift you through the delights and tragedies of life? Jesus says you can have his joy in your heart, and he tells us how to get it: let the Father prune you; keep abiding in Jesus; and let him be the one who makes your joy complete.
The mark of the Spirit’s work in your life is to confess Jesus Christ as Lord and Saviour. What fruit does that then bear? This sermon starts our series on the fruit of the Spirit, looking at the first of them, which binds all the others together in perfect harmony, love.