Services for Sunday 27th May 2018: Prayer 48
8:00 a.m. Morning Prayer
10:00 a.m. All Age Communion
3:00 p.m. Centering Prayer workshop
4:00 p.m. Lectio Divina workshop
6:00 p.m. Final Celebration
Listening, Learning, Transforming
Welcome to the web site of St John the Evangelist, an Anglican church, located on Hills Road to the south of the city of Cambridge. If you visit us, you find a congregation of people who aim to serve God in our lives and our worship, and a community that aims to make everyone feel at home.
St John's is a church with a real parish feel whose members are drawn from all age ranges and from a variety of traditions. Those of us who worship regularly at St John's appreciate this rich diversity. Our range of activities reflects this, from the Toddler group through to the Companions group, and including Children's Church: Living Waters, Youth Group, choir, and home and study groups.
This web site is designed to give you a feel for life at St John's. Please explore! And if you are looking for a church, please come along and say "Hello". We welcome enquiries about christenings, weddings and other celebrations. The clergy are also available should you have any questions.
If you have news, reflections or reminiscences about life in our parish please send them to Roger to consider adding to out web site. An increasing amount of information about our parish, Queen Edith's ward, and Cambridge city in general can now be found on the Capturing Cambridge website.
Elise Jones (soprano) Roger Lilley (tenor)
Peter Cains (lute) Edward Lilley (harpsichord) Judith Morgan (viol)
Songs from the 16th and 17th centuries including works by Dowland and Purcell
Retiring Collection to support St John's Defibrillator Appeal
St John the Evangelist is engaged in a range of local links, in partnership with others. These links include our local uniformed organisations, a range of local schools and educational institutions, the Queen Edith's Ward and Community Forum, the 'Three Saints Partnership' of St Andrew Cherry Hinton, St James Wulfstan Way and St John's, the South Cambridge Deanery and the Cambridge Churches Homelessness project.