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St John's Church Watford

MESSY CHURCH
Postponed due to
Coronavirus
YOUTH CLUB
Postponed due to
Coronavirus
PRAYER
REQUEST
 
PRIMARY
SCHOOL
 


Join Our Services Online

Due to Covid-19 our church building is shut but please join us for our services and prayers on our YouTube channel and Facebook page. Click on the links below.

   


Our next service to be streamed is:

Pentecost
10.30am
Sunday 31st May

YouTube - click here

Facebook - click here

Music at St John's

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Music plays an important role in worship at St John's. The weekly Solemn Eucharist includes congregational settings (The Addington Service by Richard Shephard, and The New People's Mass by Dom Gregory Murray) and a selection of hymns - typically from the 2013 edition of Hymns Ancient and Modern. This traditional feel is balanced by more contemporary worship songs where appropriate, resulting in a rich tapestry of sound which enhances worship week in week out.

Most of the music making at St John's is led with the organ, but we are currently establishing a choir to lead our worship and further enhance our Sunday service.

The pipe organ was built in 1911 by the renowned firm of J.W.Walker and Sons, Ltd, and essentially unchanged since then, it remains a glorious testimony of yesteryear, supporting congregational singing in a warm, profound way. Full details and specification can be found here.

We welcome requests from bona fide organists and associations wishing to view and play the organ.

MESSY CHURCH
Postponed due to
Coronavirus
YOUTH CLUB
Postponed due to
Coronavirus
PRAYER
REQUEST
 
PRIMARY
SCHOOL
 


Join Our Services Online

Due to Covid-19 our church building is shut but please join us for our services and prayers on our YouTube channel and Facebook page. Click on the links below.

   


Our next service to be streamed is:

Pentecost
10.30am
Sunday 31st May

YouTube - click here

Facebook - click here

Watch our video!

You can watch a short video about how important our wonderful 1911 pipe organ is to the life of everybody at St John's.