Introducing St. John’s
It can be hard for a newcomer to walk through the doors. Click here to find out more first.
Do you enjoy singing – or even just listening? Click here to learn about or join our choir.
Regular service times
Sunday, 10:45: Sung Eucharist (with tea & coffee after)
Monday, 17:30: Anglican Rosary (every other week; shared with Holy Trinity Christchurch; see calendar below for specific dates)
Tuesday, 10:30: Eucharist (in Spanish)
Wednesday, 10:30: Mid-week Eucharist (with tea & coffee after)
Belonging before believing
This is your parish church! Our promise is to welcome everyone into the church. Whether you have an active faith, simple curiosity, or are searching for answers, you’ll be welcomed for exactly who you are and where you’re at. You’ll be loved and encouraged in your journey, with no expectations. Just come, be, and take it all at your own pace.
“Ask and it will be given to you; seek and you will find” – Matthew 6:7. Our clergy offer a generous, inclusive welcome to any and all comers, and our people are genuinely warm. Maindee is a very diverse area of Newport, and our aim is to reflect that diversity truly and honestly in who we are as a congregation. At St. John’s, you are not only welcome, but wanted.
Do you need a prayer? Can we pray for you?
What’s on this week at St. John’s.
There’s usually something going on, from weekly and weekday worship, to social events, to faith discussions, to coffee, to special choral services. Keep an eye on this calendar to see what we’ve got going on. Come and join us in person, or even on YouTube.
St. John's. Choir Practice. – 18:30
St. John's. Sunday Mass (Sung). – 10:45
St John's. Church Hall. Gentle Exercise and Dance. – 10:00
St. John's. Anglican rosary prayers. – 16:30
St. John's. Mass (en español). – 10:30
St. John's. Midweek Mass. – 10:30
Stay for coffee and a chat after. 🙂
Got an event coming up? Rent our church hall.
The reading (or “publication”) of the banns of marriage is the announcement in church of a couple’s intention to marry, prior to the wedding. This ancient legal tradition, which is still in force, has become a beloved part of the build-up to church weddings in Britain.
Weddings & Blessings
In the Church, we teach and believe that the joining of two human beings in a life-long commitment is, of itself, a holy and glorious thing, and it is our privilege at St. John’s to pray God’s blessing on your union and the family you are forming, however it looks.
Baptism involves a public declaration of one’s faith, together with prayer and the ritual pouring of water. Together, these three things mark a person’s membership in the Church and, more importantly, serve as a public declaration of God’s love for that person.
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The Rev’d Dr. William Ingle-Gillis
The Rev’d Glen Wilkins
The Rev’d Keith Beardmore
Hon. Assisting Priest
Get in touch … or visit!
Feel free to make an enquiry using this contact form, or pop in sometime – directions below – when you’re ready.
St. John’s Road
Newport NP19 8GR