New To St John's
I’d Like To Know More
If you are new to the area or the church itself, we’d like to introduce you to St John’s. We’re a family and welcome you, whoever you are, wherever you’re from.
New To The Church
Joining the Church - The First Visit
Walking through the doors of a new church for the very first time can be a big step. At St John’s we welcome everyone new, whatever journey they may be on. We hope the information here will be useful, along with our video tour which will help familiarise you with the building.
Joining The Church Family
Maybe you haven’t been to church for a while and are interested in attending again, or you’ve never been to church before. Plucking up the courage to join in one of the services is a good way to start. You don’t need to be an expert in theology to go to church. At St John’s, church-goers are friendly and happy to extend a warm welcome to new potential members and visitors. Attending church is supposed to be a learning experience and open to all. Therefore, try to keep an open mind and open heart.
At St John’s, fellowship with others is just as important a part of worship as attending the services on a Sunday. There are various ways you can join in and get to know members of the church community. If you would be interested in joining or would like to know more, please click the contact button above for details of how to get in touch.
Just come along to any service and join in – it’s easy. If you’d like to find out more before coming along then contact us and we will try to answer any questions you may have.
There are no special requirements for clothes at St. John’s but it’s probably a good idea to avoid wearing flip-flops and shorts to a service.
Most definitely not! Our church wardens will make every effort to welcome you and offer you guidance on which books to use and where to sit. Try not to worry about getting everything right the first time.
At St John’s visitors are invited to take communion, and/ or receive a blessing. It’s perfectly fine to attend church for the first time and not take communion. Do whatever you feel most comfortable with.
Yes. You don’t need to be a member, however, you may find that becoming part of a church community is both rewarding and enjoyable.