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The Eucharist on the Feast of the Epiphany (download)
Bishop James, 05/01/2020
Watchnight Service (download)
Russell Jones, 31/12/2019
The Prince who has a paradoxical effect (download)
Andrew Griffiths, 29/12/2019
The Prince of Peace born in a night shelter (download)
Ian Baldwin, 25/12/2019
He has filled the hungry with good things (download)
Andrew Griffiths, 22/12/2019
 

Interregnum 

 Our vicar, Rev Nigel Poole, retired from Parish ministry at the end of August 2019. He will be greatly missed and we thank him for the tremendous work he has completed during his time with us and we wish him all the best with whatever he decides to do next.

With Nigel's retirement, we as a church move into a phase known as an Interregnum. This is the time when we consider the needs of the church moving forward, and start the process of looking for and appointing the right person to become our new Vicar. This process will take some time. It is usual for an interregnum to last for 6 to 9 months — it can be a little less but can also be longer. In the meantime, we will continue with our services and activities as usual, and will have local clergy visiting to lead our Holy Communion services. 

When there is any information or further news, we will update this page. In the meantime, the best way of contacting St John's for church enquiries is to use our Contacts page (Please tap or click here)

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Morning Worship
10:30 Sunday 1 March, St John's Church, Penge
Little Fish!
09:30 Monday 2 March, St John's Church, Penge
Finance budgeting course
12:00 Monday 2 March, St John's Church, Penge
Alpha Course
19:30 Tuesday 3 March, St John's Church, Penge
Little Fish!
09:30 Wednesday 4 March, St John's Church, Penge
Alpha Course
09:00 Saturday 7 March, St John's Church, Penge
Family Communion
10:30 Sunday 8 March, St John's Church, Penge
Little Fish!
09:30 Monday 9 March, St John's Church, Penge