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.

The Queen is 90! 19th June at 3pm

Summer Fayre: 18th June!

The weekend of 18th and 19th June is a busy one at St John's. On 18th we are planning 12 hours of non-stop music (see the far right panel) as well as, in the afternoon, our Summer Fayre. All the usual stalls, and, as long as it's sunny, outside in the church grounds. Refreshments, gifts, fellowship... and you can pop in to the church to listen to some excellent local talent as well! The fayre runs from 1pm to 4pm. Just come along and have fun!

The Queen is 90! 19th June at 3pm

The Queen is 90! 19th June at 3pm

We are marking the Queen's 90th birthday celebrations at St John's a week later than some others, as part of our celebration weekend, combining it with our music marathon and Summer Fayre of the day before.

At 3pm on Sunday 19th you might like to be part of our Songs of Praise worship, followed by tea and cakes. All are welcome!

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.

Find out more, and to get involved...

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