Welcome to St John's Church
We are a relaxed and lively Anglican church with a desire to reflect the kind of church that is described in the New Testament: loving God and serving all. Jesus has shown us such extraordinary love that we want to celebrate His life among us in different ways:
ACCIDENT AT THE HALL - NO ONE HURT
Following the car accident at the hall - when thankfully no one was injured - the church and hall are now open again as usual.
We are delighted to announce that St John's will have extra ministerial help with outreach to the new estates, Highwood and Wickhurst Green in the Autumn.
Revd. Natalie Loveless has been appointed as Team Vicar of St. Leonard's (66.6%) and Parish Missioner (33.4%) initially assigned to St John's Broadbridge Heath.
Natalie's Licensing service for the above post will be on Monday 6th October, 7.30pm at St. Leonard's, Horsham.
Sunday 5th October:
9:00: Harvest Communion
Speaker: Rev. Paddy Beresford
Coffee will be served in the hall between the Services.
10:30: Harvest Brunch
Led by Judi Cox and some of our youth - all-age Service.
Tuesday 30th September:
Early Bird Cafe open 0845-0945
Tuesday at Ten - Women's Study/Fellowship Group
Saturday 4th October:
Harvest Supper at 8pm
Tickets £5/head - Peruvian food plus a talk and quiz
Saturday 11th October:
Cantilena. The sound of female voices singing in close harmony is something to be experienced: if you haven’t tried it then come and join Cantilena’s regular followers at their next concert at 7.30 pm in St John’s Church, Broadbridge Heath where you will find a lovely acoustic, comfortable chairs and beautiful singing, plus refreshments after the concert! And a few familiar faces in the choir ...
Weekend of Friday 7th to Sunday 9th November
St John’s is hosting a “Broadbridge Heath, the Great War and Remembrance” weekend.
An exhibition will compare the village as it was a hundred years ago and as it is today, since the names of
some of the Fallen will become street names in the new developments. It will also commemorate the sacrifice of the
31 WW1 men recorded on the war memorial opposite St John’s.
Drinks Reception. Exhibition opening. Arts presentation. Talk by local historian Jonathan England;
Saturday, 10am - 4pm
Free exhibition, Shelley School project display, vintage style refreshments.
7.30pm Space Arts Trust presents a classical concert. Tickets £12 (concessions £10, under 18s £5) will be available soon.
Sunday 9th November:
10.30am Remembrance Service.
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