Our pre-recorded Service of the Word, led this week by Revd James Shakespeare, will be available below from Saturday afternoon. The service includes music from the St John's choir and contributions from across the church community.
This week is Advent Sunday and during the service we will be reflecting on our own experiences of Advent and on the theme of waiting in darkness.
The service sheet, plus other suggestions for worship this week, can be found here.
Resources for the whole family can be found here.
This Sunday, we also have the following services and groups:
Please email Chris for links to any of our zoom meetings.
You might also like to watch Bishop Dagmar's reflection for this week.
St John's Act of Remembrance:
St John's Gospel Reading and Sermon:
You might also like to watch Bishop Dagmar's Reflection for Remembrance Sunday, available here.
You might like to watch Bishop Dagmar's reflection for this Sunday, which is available here.
The Church of England has produced a joint service for All Saints and All Souls, which can be watched from 9am on Sunday morning and is available here.
All our past services can be found on our YouTube channel, here:
If you've been worshiping with us online, we'd love to here from you! Here's a short message from Sian, our Pioneer ALM, to say hello!
You can contact Sian via email.
For those of you who do not plan to attend gathered worship at St John’s and would like to worship online on Sunday mornings, here is a selection of nearby churches which are either already set-up for live-streaming, or which are continuing with online worship only on Sunday mornings:
Church of England (weekly service from the Church of England, broadcast from 9am on their YouTube Channel)
Ely Cathedral (Livestreaming on Sunday at 10:30am)
St Bene’t’s (Pre-recorded via their YouTube Channel)
St Andrew’s Cherry Hinton (Take Away worship from 8am)
St Barnabas (Broadcasting at 10:30am)
For those who aren’t able to use the internet, we plan to continue uploading our weekly sermons to the St John's Dial A Sermon Phone Line (01223 643887)
The Church of England continues to produce a free dial-in worship service phone line, which includes hymns and prayers – phone 0800 804 8044.
Spiritual Communion describes a means by which person can receive full communion with Jesus Christ, even when they are unable to partake in the Eucharist.
Two liturgies for this are given below.