To the Congregation and Parish of St John’s
The bishops of London have ordered that Church buildings should close entirely because of Covid-19.
I know that many of you will be very upset by this unwelcome news, however, remember the main purpose of St John’s is that we are here for one another and care for you. Therefore, please do not hesitate to contact me/us, if you require any help, delivery of food supplies or if you just need someone to talk to. I have organised a team of volunteers, who are happy to help should you need us. Please take care of yourselves and keep safe and well and remember we are here for you. Please find more information on what St John’s is doing despite COVID-19 at this difficult time, how you can get support or how you can support others. Thank you.
Rev Julie x
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.