St John’s is now open again.
Please join us on a Sunday for our services. For more details and services see below.
26th April 2021: APCM Date Change
St John the Evangelist APCM will be on Tuesday 4th May 2021 at 7pm
Due to Covid-19 restrictions the APCM will take place via Zoom. All reports and Audited Accounts will be circulated on the day. Although the audited accounts as per regulations do remain in the Church if you would like to see them beforehand.
If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact me via email at SJPGoffice@gmail.com or by telephone on 0208 886 0847
I am sincerely sorry for any inconvenience this may cause you.
St John’s also remembers:
Following the announcement of the Duke of Edinburgh’s death, our thoughts and prayers go out to HRH Queen Elizabeth II an her family.
The Cabinet Office has declared 8 days of official mourning in accordance with current Covid-19 restrictions.
Remembering His Royal Highness Prince Philip
Let us pray
God of our lives,
we give thanks for the life of Prince Philip,
for his love of our country,
and for his devotion to duty.
We entrust him now to your love and mercy,
through our Redeemer Jesus Christ.
Saturday 10th April, at 12 noon, the single bell at St Johns will be tolled 99 times following the announcement of the death the Duke of Edinburgh.
A Service of Holy Communion
during the period of mourning for Prince Philip
will be held on Thursday, 15th April at 10.30am
Covid-19 restrictions apply.
We also continue to pray for our NHS and government as they lead us through this current pandemic and for all those affected by this virus.
We would ask that as a congregation we continue to uphold each other in prayer and maintain fellowship together through phone calls and practical help.
One final word of encouragement:
We all had hoped that the effects of the current pandemic would have eased by this stage, it has been a long year and we find ourselves in a particularly difficult time for many in the community and within our families. Some are unwell both with Covid-19 and other illnesses and health conditions, others grieve a loved one, some face economic pressures and uncertainty, others are trying to balance work life with family life in lockdown and of course there are those who continue to feel the shadow of loneliness in the dark days of winter.
The Psalmist in Psalm 42 twice asks the question, ‘why are you cast down my soul, O my soul, and why are you in turmoil within me?’. He finds himself asking that question in a place of darkness, difficulty and struggle. But he asks those questions of his soul because he knows that even while he struggles and suffers, he has a hope that lifts his head from his surrounding and circumstances, ‘why are you cast down my soul, and why are you in turmoil within me? Hope in God; for I shall again praise him, my salvation and my God!’
If you find your soul cast down at the moment, if you feel that experience of inner turmoil in the weeks ahead, speak to your soul with that same hope, your hope is in God and you shall yet praise Him, the One who is Your salvation, Your God! Or as servants of God, myself and the lay chaplains are here for you if you need a pastoral call.
Till we meet again in person or the Lord Jesus returns and we meet in the air, stay safe and stay faithful.
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.