We offer hospitality each Sunday and Friday in the Parish Hall after the 10am Mass. Meet up with all friends and get to know new ones! Helpers are needed to join the rota for preparing and serving the coffee. All proceeds go to the Church Maintenance Fund. All welcome!
Contact Elizabeth Kavanagh on 01225 318828
The Parish Repository is a small resource that offers Parishioners the opportunity to buy small devotional items, i.e. Rosary, prayer books, religious cards, Bible, Sunday Missal, etc. it is opened after the 10.00am Sunday Mass, run by volunteers from the Parish. Catalogues for other religious items are available and may be ordered through the Parish Office.
Young Adult Group
Our Young Adult Group (18+) has been growing in faith at St Johns since 2015. We started with helping with the Adoration Chapel, writing cards for the sick and praying for our community each Friday at 8pm in the Adoration Chapel. We always welcome new members, sign up details below….
Prayer 8pm Fri | Sports | Social | Day Trips | Community Projects| Liturgy Support | Charity Events | Bible Study 7.15pm Weds | Worship Group 6pm Weds
Facebook Group: https://facebook.com/groups/stjohnsyoungadults/
St John's Art Club
The club meets every Tuesday morning in the Parish Hall from 10.30am-1.00pm (we set up at 10:00am). You are welcome to join us in a welcoming and relaxed atmosphere with coffee, tea and light refreshments at £3 per session. Please bring your own materials. Beginners welcome!
Contact Jenni Rozario on 07735 209766.
The Club was established in 1987 and has, since then, held monthly gatherings for the senior members of the parish. We meet in the parish hall on the third Tuesday of every month from 2.00pm-3.00pm and we enjoy a chat, play bingo and have a cup of tea. We have an annual outing and also an annual tea party at a parishioner’s beautiful home. We are always looking for new members to join us.
Contact Eileen Vickers on 01225 428186.
Our youth team organises the annual Youth Mass and works with our local parishes to build up the communal life of the young people in the Deanery. They have also organised a variety of events including a Taize evening and a sponsored walk. We hope to appoint a paid Deanery Youth Worker to work closely with Dave Wheat, the Diocesan Youth Coordinator, so that our youth can access the many opportunities to meet other young people and grow within the life of the Diocese of Clifton.
Catenian Association of Catholic professional and businessmen