Worship

Services take place every Sunday morning at 10.30 am. 

Children come into the first part of the service then leave for Sunday Club where there are different activities each week. 

All ages worship together once a month, usually on the 2nd Sunday of the month, although there are occasional changes.  

There are also occasional evening services. 

Music in the service is a mixture of modern and traditional songs and are usually accompanied by our music group. The words to songs are displayed on our screen but there are books available too. 

We serve tea and coffee after the morning service, which gives us all a chance to catch up with news and have a good chat.  

We celebrate Communion around once a month. The style might follow a set form of words or have a more contemporary feel.  We use bread rolls and non-alcoholic Communion wine. Stewards indicate when to come forward, or we can bring the bread and wine to you if you cannot come to the front. There is plenty of room for people in wheelchairs or using walking aids. We use gluten-free bread.

We have a loop system in the church for the hard of hearing.

All services are at 10:30 a.m. unless stated otherwise
3rd September - Rev. T. Nowell, with Holy Communion
10th September - All Age Worship led by Lesley Shapcott
17th September - Our own Worship Group

24th September - A United Service at St. John's to celebrate Harvest Festival. THIS WILL BE AT 11.00 a.m.

NB please note there will be no service at Washingborough Methodist on this Sunday

1st October - M. Bray
8th October - K. MacFarlane - All Age Worship
15th October - Rev. Alan Swann, with Holy Communion
22nd October - Rev. Melanie Greenall
29th October - Worship led by our Worship Group
5th November - John Turner
12th November - Sue Eizzard, All Age Worship and Remembrance
19th November - Tim Hirst
26th November - Rev. Margaret Roe, Holy Communion

All Age Worship 

We aim to celebrate worship together as a church family, including all ages, once a month. This is usually on the 2nd Sunday of the month but does change according to events (for example, when Easter Sunday falls).

The service is planned around the fact that children will be present throughout and is aimed to be inclusive for all ages.