Welcome to St John's!

St John’s Church is an open and caring community of Christians, each of us wanting to share God’s love with the world around us. Please do feel free to come along to any of our weekly worship times. We meet on Sunday at various times, and also midweek (see above under ‘Worship’) for more details. St John’s is an Anglican Church, part of the Diocese of Bath and Wells. We are part of an emerging team of four Anglican parishes (see above under ‘The Four Churches’), and believe very much that the Christian message of love and forgiveness is one that benefits the whole world. Our faith starts with prayer and worship, but inevitably takes us out into the world to care for others; please browse this site to discover how we try to do this. If you are interested, please do consider getting involved as well!

Ordinary Time?

Long Time Service...

We recently celebrated the service of two lovely guys at St John's. Geoff Amesbury and Derick Cooper have both been Servers in the Church of England for 60 years. Geoff always at St John's and Derick at other churches, but for over 30 years at St John's. Thank you, both, for all you are and all you have done: and continue to do!

Ordinary Time?

Ordinary Time?

It is never ordinary in church, but the season of the year between Trinity Sunday (June) and All Saints' Day (November) is traditionally referred to as 'Ordinary Time'. Our worship patterns continue as before, and each Sunday's services are open to all. All are welcome!

Have a look at the weekly services

Food Bank

Food Bank

St John's church helped create the Highbridge area food bank in 2012. Since then thousands of food parcels have been distributed and tonnes of food donated.

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Family Service: 14th June!

This Sunday Family Service! 9.30am: A Family Communion that is a lot less formal than our other communion services, and is intended to be open and welcomign especially to younger people. This Sunday is especially welcoming as we have a baptism durign the worship, and will also be welcoming those who are recently baptised into the family […]

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Betrayal

What was Judas up to? The Gospels really aren’t that clear. Mark makes no claims, just says it like it is (Mark 14:10-11): off he goes and tells the chief priests. Matthew suggests avarice was at the root of his betrayal. Luke brings Satan into the fray, along with a bit of avarice, and John […]

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