St John's Church is an Anglican Church on Church Street in Highbridge. We are an open and welcoming church. We are here to be available for all in the parish of Highbridge, and beyond. The church is open daily throughout the week from 9am to 5pm (approximately). You are very welcome to come in and take some time to sit and pray, or just sit... You can find Sunday worship times by clicking on the box on the right. Please browse around the site and perhaps come along to share the life of Christ together.

Ascension Day

Trinity Sunday

This Sunday is Trinity Sunday (22nd May). On Trinity Sunday, the Church celebrates perhaps the most mysterious aspect of our faith: the Holy Trinity. Mysterious because the nature of the Holy Trinity — that God exists as three persons in one, Father, Son and Holy Spirit — is both a paradox and a glory. Join us this Sunday, at 9.30am.

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Ascension Day

Ascension Day

Forty days following his resurrection, the Acts of the Apostles tells us that Jesus “was lifted up, and a cloud took him out of their sight.” (Acts 1:9). This was clearly a major moment in the emergence of what has become the Christian church. Christians believe that Jesus will return, and we celebrate the Ascension accordingly. The day is marked at St John’s with a special Holy Communion, featuring incense. All are welcome to the worship: it begins at 7.30pm.

Music Marathon!

Music Marathon!

Music Marathon: Back by popular demand!

And we need your help!

On Saturday 18th June, from 9am to 9pm, St John’s Church will be the place to be. After a two-year gap, the Music Marathon is back! For twelve hours we will be hosting non-stop music, of all kinds of music and from all over.

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Women’s World Day of Prayer

Every year we celebrate the power of prayer in this international event. You can find out a lot more about the way the world day of prayer operates by visiting the Day of Prayer’s web site, but the major important feature is that it is an act of unity that seeks to bring people from […]

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#Paris

At the end of each service of Holy Communion, the Common Worship liturgy directs the minister to say, ‘Go in peace, to love and serve the Lord’, at which point the congregation reply, ‘In the name of Christ, amen.’ It is, if nothing else, the basis for a profound mission statement for all churches. But […]

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