Services

The Third Sunday of Epiphany – January 24th. 2021

Today’s serrvice is led by the Revd Liz Chamberlain who also gives the sermon

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The Second Sunday of Epiphany – January 17th, 2021

This is the last of three sermons streamed by the Diocesan Bishops and today it is the Bishop of Shrewsbury, the Rt Rev Sarah Bullock who gives her Epiphany reflections –click here

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The First Sunday of Epiphany – January 10th, 2021

This is the second of three sermons being streamed by the Diocesan Bishops. Today’s sermon is given by the Rt Tevd Dr Michael Ipgrave, Bishop of Lichfield – click here

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Second Sunday of Christmas – January 3rd, 2021

For the next three Sundays we will be streaming sermons by the Diocesan Bishops. The first is by the Rt Revd Clive Gregory, Bishop of Wolverhampton – click here

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First Sunday of Christmas – December 27th

Christmas Crib Service – December 24th

Christmas Carol Service – December 20th

4th Sunday in Advent – December 20th

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3rd Sunday in Advent – December 13th

Today’s service is led by the Revd Liz Chamberlain who is also preaching

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2nd Sunday in Advent – December 6th

Today’s service is led by the Revd Graham Wigley with Revd John Aston giving the sermon.

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Advent Sunday – November 29th

Today’s service is led by the Revd Liz Chamberlain with Carol Law giving the sermon.

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Christ the King – November 22nd

Today’s service is from St Peter’s, Stonnall led by the Revd Liz Chamberlain with Sheila Simpkin giving the sermon.

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2nd Sunday before AdventNovember 15th

Today’s service is led by the Revd Liz Chamberlain with curate the Revd Graham Wigley giving the sermon.

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Remembrance Sunday, November 8th

The service today, introduced by the Revd Liz Chamberlain contains an Act of Remembrance. The Last Post starts 13 minutes into the service, followed by the church clock chimes, then two minutes silence.

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All Saints Day, November 1st
Today’s online service is led by the Revd Liz Chamberlain with Revd John Aston giving the sermon.

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20th Sunday After Trinity, October 25th
Today’s online service is led by Revd Liz Chamberlain with curate Revd Graham Wigley giving the sermon.

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There are a variety of Sunday services at St John’s ranging from the traditional to the more relaxed family-friendly. This is exampled by the short, informal children and families, ‘Early Birds’ at 9.30am most Sundays to the contemporary Morning Worship or Holy Communion at 10.45am. There is a once a month 1662 service at 8am

Services are aimed to offer a choice to worshippers, meeting their individual needs in connecting with God. St John’s also links with both the Methodist Church and neighbouring Stonnall for united services.      Please see the events calendar to check times as there can be changes to the normal scheduling.  

Holy Communion (BCP)

Ist Sunday of each month at 8am
Traditional one-hour Book of Common Prayer service. Every first Sunday.

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Early Birds

Every Sunday at 9.30am

This a regular 45-minute informal service for children of ages, including adults. It is very child friendly based around singing, storybook reading, crafts, games and all other activities, but not necessarily all at the same service.Toast and drinks are served after the service.

On the first Sunday of each month we share Communion together at our Early Birds All Age Commuinion Service.

End of term includes the ‘Big Breakfast’.
Further details from Tricia Glover Tel: 01543 481729 or Email

Holy Communion


3rd and 4th Sundays of each month at 10.45am – Our main Holy Communion service (using ‘Common Worship’ liturgy), with a mixture of hymns and songs (mainly organ accompaniment) and modern songs. A small group of singers often contributes an item for this service. This Communion service is also used on special occasions, including Maundy Thursday. (A BCP Communion is normally held at 8am on 1st Sundays)
Every second and fourth Sunday and usually lasts 70 minutes. Refreshments are served after the service.

Morning Worship


1st and 2nd Sunday of each month at 10.45am – A mix of traditional hymns (led by organ) and modern songs (led by music group) with Bible readings, prayers and a sermon. Refreshments are served after the service.

To see our complete calendar of events, including special services click here
Please check calendar to see any changes in services or times.

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