Welcome to St John’s Wood Church
We continue to hold public services in church,
while also offering Zoom services.
If you do come to church, please be extra-vigilant to observe every possible
precaution against the spread of Covid.
Sunday 14 March 2021 –
(The Fourth Sunday of Lent)
8am Holy Communion (Prayer Book) (in church)
10am Morning Service (on Zoom, please email the office for details)
11.15am Sung Eucharist (in church)
6.30pm Reflection and Compline (on Zoom, please email the office for details)
Wednesday 10 March 2021 –
10am Morning Prayer (on Zoom, please email the office for details)
Lent groups take place via Zoom every Wednesday evening, 7-8pm.
They are organised jointly with neighbouring parishes around Primrose Hill.
For further details, and to register, contact the Parish Office at St Mary’s Primrose Hill: email@example.com
A word of welcome
If this is your first time visiting the website, have a read of this welcome from the vicar, Fr Anders Bergquist.
You can keep up to date with the latest from St John’s Wood Church by liking our Facebook page, or by visiting our news page.
Here at St John’s Wood Church, we take the safeguarding of children and vulnerable adults very seriously. We have adopted the national Church of England’s robust procedures and guidelines. Details about the national polices and procedures can be found here
If you have any concerns at all, contact our safeguarding officer, Amanda Hawke on 07702627283.
If you have reason to think that a child or young person is in immediate danger, you should contact the Children/Young People Safeguarding Team at Westminster Council or the police straight away.
If you have reason to think that a vulnerable adult is in immediate danger, you should contact the Westminster Council on 020 7641 6000 or the police straight away. Outside normal office hours, please contact the Emergency / Out Of Hours Team on 020 7641 6000
Services and Calendar
St John's Wood Church exists:
to the glory and worship of God,
to build up and care for God’s people,
and to show the love of Jesus Christ to the people of this part of London.