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This is an opportunity to place an angel on our Remembering Tree to remember the life of a loved one, or to remember someone you won’t be able to see this Christmas, or maybe to say Thank You to someone who has helped you over the last few difficult months.

Small wooden Angels with coloured ribbons for hanging on the Remembering Tree     will be available in St. John’s from Monday 14 December. The Church is open from 10.00am to 3.00pm. There will be colouring pens in the Church or you can decorate the angels at home.

Angels will be hung on the Remembering Tree on Saturday 19 December

Angels cost £1.00 each

The Remembering Tree and the Angels will be lit up in St. John’s during the Christmas period and visitors are very welcome.

Any more information please contact Jo Churchill on 01747 850432

Friday 2nd August – Summertime Music

7.00pm  in St John’s Church Hall

Come and enjoy a relaxed evening with the one and only Rev. David Botterill

With the 75 Anniversary of D Day just gone, we all know the music we were singing here in the UK, but  David is pondering on the music that folk might have been singing over the Channel under occupation. Thrown into the mix, will be items from two lost musicals, one Broadway, one Drury Lane.

Ploughman’s Plate @ £7.50 per person and a bar for alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks.   Tables for 4 and 6 available.

To reserve your places contact Jo Churchill on 01747 850432 or

Cheques to be made out to The Friends of St. John’s.  Please advise any dietary requirements.

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Out & About in Enmore Green

Sunday 30th June from 2pm to 5pm

Open Gardens - large and small, the Allotments, the Donkey Field Orchard, St John's Church, Artist's Open Studio, plus cream teas in Tout Hill House from 2.30pm - £3.50 per person

Programme and map - £5.00 per person, children free, available from 22 The Knapp, SP7 8LH, plus plants / ice cream / books.

Raising funds for the repair of the Church roof!

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*Thy Kingdom Come* is a global prayer movement that invites Christians around the world to pray for more people to come to know Jesus. What started in 2016 as an invitation from the Archbishops of Canterbury and York to the Church of England has grown into an international and ecumenical call to prayer.
After the very first Ascension Day the disciples gathered with Mary, constantly devoting themselves to prayer while they waited for the outpouring of the Holy Spirit at Pentecost. Like them, our reliance on the gift of the Holy Spirit is total – on our own we can do nothing. Through the centuries Christians have gathered at that time to pray for the coming of the Holy Spirit. ‘Thy Kingdom Come’ picks up this tradition. As Archbishop Justin Welby says* “In praying 'Thy Kingdom Come' we all commit to playing our part in the renewal of the nations and the transformation of communities."*
At 9.15 am on Friday 31 May, Saturday 1 June and Monday – Friday 3-7 June we will be having a short time of informal prayer *in St Johns Church*. It will last no more than half an hour though people will be free to stay longer if they wish to. On Saturday 8 June, the eve of Pentecost, we will have Evening prayer at 6.00pm. All are welcome to join us.

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