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01206 843232 office@stjohnscolchester.org.uk

FROM 9AM EVERY SUNDAY

WE ARE A CHURCH THAT WELCOMES EVERYBODY.
WHOEVER YOU ARE, WHATEVER YOUR STORY, YOU ARE WELCOME HERE BECAUSE GOD LOVES YOU.

Join us Sunday mornings as we gather online

If you are watching our YouTube services or simply browsing our website, welcome! Perhaps you find church online easier to be a part of, or maybe these extraordinary times have triggered something spiritual inside you? If you would appreciate some contact, or you have a question, then please email office@stjohnscolchester.org.uk and we will respond to you.

May you know God’s peace and presence at this time,

Andy Sachs

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It’s easy to access our services 24/7 on our YouTube channel:

Alpha is back!

If you would like to explore life’s big questions then do visit our Alpha page, where you can find details of our next course, which is running online. If you would like to know more about following Jesus and the Christian faith please visit christianity.org.uk

Practical, Emergency Pastoral/Prayer

Emergency pastoral or prayer needs: pastoral@stjohnscolchester.org.uk
Emergency pastoral/prayer needs for prayer hub circulation: 07518 695787
For practical support during the COVID-19 crisis contact North East Colchester Support Network: help@colchestersupport.co.uk or call/text: 07858 651871
You can also visit their Facebook page

We are still here!

Make contact with us at this time on the following email: office@stjohnscolchester.org.uk
For administrative queries only, you can call 07928 819452 on weekday mornings. You can leave a message at other times.

Further Resources:

We recommend the daily Lectio365 app, by 24/7 prayer, available on both the App Store and for Android, which can even read the devotion to you! Find out more.

Family Worship – Nick & Becky Drake are live streaming worship at 4pm on their Facebook page, called Worship for Everyone

Rend Collective are hosting a “Socially Distant Worship Club” at 7pm on Friday night – see Facebook for more details.

There are many resources available from the Church of England website – we are particularly enjoying the Supporting Good Mental Health reflections.

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