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Sundays @ St. John's Stoke

Worship is at the heart of all that we do and all that we seek to be as a church community.  Our services are vibrant, lively and engaging as we seek to draw close to God. After our services there is often time for coffee, refreshments and a chance to make new friends. Our Sunday services are at 9.00am, 10.45am & 6pm. We look forward to meeting you.

Morning Services

Sunday Morning 9:00am A beautiful and reflective start to the day, with Holy Communion or Morning Prayer and a good sermon. Sunday Morning 10.45 am Our main weekly time of worship with a contemporary flavour - Sunday Kids, creche, band, prayer ministry and a good sermon. Something for everyone…

Evening Services - Sundays@6pm

Sunday Evenings 6.00 pm  1st & 3rd Sundays with extended times of sung worship, interactive prayer, guest speakers & the exploration of God's word in a relevant & contemporary way. 2nd & 4th Sundays there is a Prayer Meeting, led by Jo & Andy Lamberth.  All welcome. There is no evening meeting on Sundays during August. Come and live life in time with the heartbeat of almighty God.
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Forthcoming Services

24TH SEPT 2017

9.00am Holy Communion Growing as Disciples Mark Woodward 10.45am Morning Worship Growing as Disciples Mark Woodward 6.00pm Evening Worship Growing as Disciples Mark Woodward

Current 9am service rota 

Current 10.45am service rota 

Current 6.00pm service rota 

Hear recent sermons

Holy Communion
10th September 2017

10th September 2017 MW Called to Discipleship

Mark Woodward
Morning Worship
17th September 2017

17th September 2017 NH Called into God’s Family

Nick Hill
Holy Communion
3rd September 2017

3rd September 2017 SL The Parable of the Ten Minas

Simon Loveless
All Age
27th August 2017

27th August AA WL The Parable of the Pharisee and the Tax Collector

William Lowries
Holy Communion
20th August 2017

20th August The Rich Man and Lazarus

James Monem
Holy Communion
13th August 2017

13th August The Parable of the Lost Sheep.

Simon Loveless