St John's

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Sunday services 9am, 10:30am, 6:30pmSeafront, Weymouth

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At the heart of the Christian faith is a personal relationship with God through faith in the Lord Jesus Christ.  We want to introduce others to Jesus, and to help all who know Him to grow in a relationship with Him as Saviour, Lord and Friend.

We believe that the Bible is the Word of God. Study of this, together with  prayer, worship and  fellowship are important aspects of our life. 

We believe that God is working in fresh ways through His Spirit today, applying the Bible to life and enabling people to experience in different ways the love, power and peace of God. We also believe that people of every age are precious to God and so our aim is increasingly to provide a ministry from 'cradle to the grave'.  Obviously this is more than one person can achieve so shared ministry, with active involvement with church members is important ... as it was in the days of the early church.

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Children and young people meet at St. John's Church every Sunday at 10.30am.  On the first Sunday of the month we join together with the church family for All Age Worship.  Children and young people take part in this service in different ways. On other Sundays, we all start together in church for the first part of the service, then go to different rooms for our groups. During the year preparation groups are run for those who would like to receive communion or be confirmed.

One of the ways in which we develop friendships and get to know one another at a deeper level within the life of St. John's, is through our weekly homegroup meetings.  These are small,  informal groups, held in different homes during the week - morning,  afternoon or evening to suit every need - where people meet to enjoy each other's company in a relaxed and friendly environment. 

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