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Experience Medieval Chester

Experience Medieval Chester

Experience Medieval Chester with virtual reconstructions of landmark buildings. New virtual reconstructions have unveiled the medieval glory of landmark Chester buildings ready for exciting, interactive exhibitions which will give people...

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The Week Ahead

The Week Ahead

Sunday 27 February Wedding Preparation after Eucharist Tuesday 1 March St David's Day - Patron of Wales (Shrove Tuesday) : 10.00am Eucharist, 11.00am Eucharist at Callin Court 12.30pm Pancakes. 6.00pm The Bells to ring and prayers for...

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February News

February News

After the hectic Christmas Celebrations, both Sacred and Secular which carried through to the end of January; we now come to a relatively quiet month which however does start with a sort of big Bang: On 2 February we celebrated the end of...

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Betterware

Betterware

We are very happy indeed to announce that St. john's has joined Bettewrare. Now you can shop and benefit St. johns Church directly. 25% of all purchases will go directly to St. Johns to help support the Church. You can see the St John's...

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December is Now With Us

December is Now With Us

Ae we enter December our thoughts turn to Christmas, mind you as far as shops are concerned Christmas begins in September!  At the Midnight Mass of the Nativity, we proclaim to all people of goodwill the eternal message that the angels of...

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Ongoing Work

Ongoing Work

I am very pleased to report that the work on the roof above the organ has been completed, the scaffolding removed, and the Lady Chapel is now back in use. Life in St John’s has returned to normal and should remain that way for at least...

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Improvements & Repairs

Improvements & Repairs

In January 2020, St John’s embarked on an ambitious programme of improvements and repairs to the church. The improvements focussed firstly on improving the environment for our parishioners and secondly addressing urgent repairs to the...

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The Minstrel’s Court

The Minstrel’s Court

The Minstrels’ Court will be back in St. John's on Saturday 26th June. The court was first convened in the Cathedral and Collegiate Church of the Holy Cross and St John the Baptist in 1204 by command of Earl Ranuf de Blondeville, 6th Earl...

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Covid 19

Covid 19

Its affect on the World and the Church Let us take stock of the last year all that has been achieved been achieved but also our losses. This was a scenario the public health community throughout the world and the World Health Organisation...

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The Institution of the Last   Supper  Maundy Thursday

The Institution of the Last Supper Maundy Thursday

When the hour came, he took his place at the table, and the apostles with him. He said to them, ‘I have eagerly desired to eat this Passover with you before I suffer; for I tell you, I will not eat it until it is fulfilled in the kingdom...

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St Mark the Evangelist – 25th April

St Mark the Evangelist – 25th April

Most of what we know about Mark comes directly from the New Testament. He is usually identified with the Mark of Acts 12:12. When St. Peter escaped from prison, he went to the home of Mark’s mother. Paul and Barnabas took Mark along on...

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St. George – 23rd April

St. George – 23rd April

Every nation has its own ‘Patron Saint’ who in times of great peril is called upon to help save the country from its enemies. St. David (Dewi Sant) is the patron saint of Wales, St Andrew of Scotland and Patrick of Ireland - St George is...

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