21st November 2020
St John the Evangelist Palmers Green Covid-19 Update
St John’s Church is now closed again for services following the announcement of another lockdown by the government.
We might have had to close our doors for services, but we are still very much going and present in the community and are open for private prayer on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 9.30am until 11am. We are holding our Sunday Service at 10.00am (clergy, lay minister and videographer only) and we live stream it on Facebook. Please see our Facebook page for more updates.
We have a thorough risk assessment in place and are Covid-secure. If you have any concerns we ask that you please contact the Parish office at SJPGoffice@gmail.com.
In the meantime, Rev Julie and St John’s team remain focused on supporting our congregation and community. We will remain in close contact, virtually, with our congregation throughout this period. We will, where possible, continue to safely provide the community services that our neighbours rely on, such as food deliveries and checking in on those who are vulnerable. Read more about our ‘The Ark’ project here. We would like to thank you for your patience and understanding and look forward to welcoming you back to St John’s soon.
Gallery of our Ark Project
From our Blog
One of our parishioners Marla Brown can be seen live in concert. Marla Brown Sings Dennis Brown DETAILS Monday 3rd February 2020 7.00pm-10.30pm At London's Famous Jazz Cafe 5 Parkway, Camden Town, London NW1 7PG Backed by The Soul Rebel Band HOST Daddy Ernie (Vibes...
We support the work of the Green Lanes Business Association and Rev Julie is on their Committee. For more information about their work, please visit https://www.lovepalmersgreen.com/
We are working on creating a poppy display for remembrance at St John's. Find out how you can be involved on: www.stjohnspg.org/poppies
On Sunday 18th August, Rev Julie, Shan and Jonnie braved the shave for Macmillan and Cancer Research. Take a look at the before and after shots of these amazingly generous people!
It was good to welcome Bishop Rob to our service on 28th July where Julia was licensed as a Lay Minister. Julia, the church wishes you all the very best as you move forward in your faith and ministry. We continue to hold you up in prayer.