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During the Covid-19 outbreak I will be using this page to post regular updates about the life of the church.

A church has been on this site for over 1000 years, but now we are having to find new ways of being church. It’s often said that the church is more than the building, and now we are discovering the reality of that.

Here at St John’s we have always attached great importance to our gathered worship as an expression of what it means to be the body of Christ, and as an expression of mission.  Now that has been taken away from us, and no one knows for how long. So we are are learning how to stay connected using other ways such as Facebook, Skype, Zoom, WhatsApp, etc.  And we are thrown back onto our most important spiritual resources: the bible and prayer.

Let’s commit ourselves to maintain and strengthen our faith through prayer and the reading of the scriptures.  Each morning at 9.30 I shall live stream a short message and prayer on the Facebook page. If you are able, continue with me in Morning Prayer.  Use the Church of England’s  Daily Prayer or download the app.

I shall be praying and working from home for the time being.  If you have any enquiries, please phone the rectory on 01737 552152 until further notice.

PAUL ROBERTS – RECTOR

Rev. Paul Roberts – The Rector

Daily Message from the Rector

Daily Message 3rd April

Daily Message 2nd April

Daily Message 1st April

Daily Message 31st March

Daily Message 30th March

Daily Message 28th March

Daily Message 27th March

Daily Message 26th March

Daily Message 25th March

Link to The Restless Rector blog

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23 hours ago

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Join us here tomorrow live at 9.30 a.m. for worship on Palm Sunday. ... See MoreSee Less

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As we approach Good Friday, we remember Jesus who died alone on the cross. His friends deserted him, his Father forsook him, and his mother could only stand at a distance and watch. For those in hospital dying alone Jesus shares their desolation. ... See MoreSee Less

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If you should lose a loved one at any time, remember that the church has hundreds of years experience of bereavement ministry - counselling, planning and conducting individual ceremonies, and long-term support. We are here to help at your time of need - you don't need to be a regular churchgoer. Just ask your local funeral director to make sure to contact us. ... See MoreSee Less

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3 days ago

St John's Church Coulsdon

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