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St John’s Church Walton

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St John’s Church is a warm and friendly church located close to Walton Hall Gardens in the village of Walton, Warrington, Cheshire.
At St John's we want everyone to experience the love of God and the joy that comes from encountering Jesus.
We are committed to the Bible and aim to give messages that are relevant and helpful for everyone. Our services aim to cater for all needs, whether seeking quiet reflection, traditional worship or more modern family services. We want you to feel you can come along to any of our services and events.
Our family worship is especially geared to all ages and an excellent way to get to know us as a church family. We'd love you to join us.

St John’s Church Walton
Warrington, Cheshire, WA4 6TQ

Morning Worship
Sunday 16 June 2024.
Live-stream from
St John’s Church
at 10.00am.

 


Previous Services can be found 
here

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Church Life 

Grow@StJohn’s

Church Life

Grow@StJohn’s

2024

Grow@StJohn’s is a group of volunteers hoping to develop a prayer garden and to make our church graveyard a more environmentally friendly area for both the local community and wildlife.

With advice from Caring for God’s Acre, we are carrying out a survey on the churchyard to indentify the different plant species already growing there. We are aiming to create a meadow grassland which will hopefully contain a rich diversity of plants.

We would welcome anyone who is interested in joining us. For further information please contact
Gill Povey - in Church.

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Church Notices 

Open Door

Church Magazine

Jun-Jul 2024

A letter to the Parish


Dear Friends,

This is the time of year when we can start to enjoy longer ‘warmer’ evenings, which create more time to spend outdoors and relax in the company of our friends and family. For some, it may simply be an opportunity to spend time alone in the peace and quiet of the garden or to take a walk, reflect on the day and unwind. A former Liverpool Manager Bill Shankly famously said, ‘Some people believe football is a matter of life and death, I am very disappointed with that attitude. I can assure you it is much, much more important than that!

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Produced by Noelle Briggs
2 days ago

Notices

Notice Sheet

June 2024

Tuesday Group – Act on Poverty Course

Tuesdays @ 7.15pm in CCH; 21st May – 25th June

This 6-week course, created by Christian Aid with UK partners, aims to empower Christians to gain a deeper understanding of poverty and provides ideas for actions against poverty. Consisting of Bible readings, audio/video clips and periods of discussion this promises to be an interesting, informative and, hopefully, catalytic course. Why not come along and join us? You will be guaranteed a warm welcome. For more details, please speak to Noelle or contact her via noelle_briggs@hotmail.co.uk

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Produced by Becky Goulston
2 weeks ago

Eco Church Community

Eco Church Bronze award

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April 2024

Well done to everyone involved in reaching this milestone!

Eco Church is a Rocha UK’s award scheme for churches in England and Wales who want to demonstrate that the gospel is good news for God’s earth.

2 months ago

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The Cider House Rules

28 Jun 2024

2:00pm

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Midweek Services

The Lords Prayer
Every Wednesday at 10am

Holy Communion (first day of the month)

Morning Prayer (all other weeks)

All Welcome



Walton Waderers

Church Life

Walton Wanderers

2024
© Gill Povey-Robins

The Walton Wanderers are a group of people who walk every Monday at 09.30 for approximately one and a quarter hours.   We enjoy some deep conversations, take in the scenery and usually stop near the reservoir for a few moments of mindfulness and gratitude.   It’s a great way to start the week and is appreciated by us all, even in the rain.  In recent weeks we have been enjoying meeting for coffee after the walk, in the Community Church Hall.
If you are free on Monday morning and would like to join us, please contact Gill Povey-Robins.

Contact Gill here