St. John's is OPEN again!

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Live Streaming services have resumed at St. John's. 
Bookmark our Youtube Channel and catch us live!

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St John's Virtual Coffee Morning from the comfort of your own armchair, this Sunday at 11am via Zoom. See you there.
Meeting ID: 850 3291 8410
Password: 413247

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This month's Old Malden News

 

 

 

 

        

Annual Church Meeting- May 23rd.
Likely a mixed economy of "in person" and virtual
with questions submitted beforehand.

             

It has been one heck of a year and while we aren't out of the woods yet, we are planning for the reopening of all our activities and beginning some new ones.  If the roadmap out of lockdown continues, we hope to have a massive celebration for St. John's Day on Sunday 27th June with our usual church service followed by a congregational barbecue in the churchyard!  With God's help this is intended to mark a return to normality for us as a church and a much-need opportunity to gather together and enjoy one another's company again.  There will be children's activities and a few stalls with lovely things on sale provided by the Fundraising Committee.  So please do put the date in your diary and we will keep you updated as circumstances evolve.

 

Support St. John’s Bereavement Café with the help of the Co-Op

St. John’s Bereavement Café aims to help people in the local community through some of the most difficult moments in their lives. The Co-Op has kindly agreed to help financially support this important initiative for one year by making the Café one of its local causes.

You can help in this effort by becoming a Co-Op Member for £1 at the local shop, or more conveniently on-line.  You will receive a membership card and have the opportunity to nominate the Bereavement Café as your local cause. Then, when you shop at any Co-Op store with your card, or on-line as a member, the Co-Op will pay 2p in every £1 of your purchases to the St. John’s Bereavement Café.

The more people who use this card, the more money will be raised for this very good cause. But remember, this opportunity only lasts for one year, so get started now by visiting the Co-op website https://www.coop.co.uk/.

We are still in the planning stage looking for volunteers to help with refreshments and anyone who would also like to take part in the training provided by our sponsor the Princess Alice Hospice.  Until we are up and running, support is available from me or any member of the Ministry Team for anyone who has lost a loved one.  If you might be interested in taking part, please speak to Michael.  Thank you!