Worshipping God and sharing the love and life of Jesus

Bible Readings

Acts 11: 1-18
John 13: 31-35

Prayer of the Week
Risen Christ, your wounds declare your love for the world and the wonder of your risen life: give us compassion and courage to risk ourselves for those we serve, to the glory of God the Father. Amen.

St. John's Prayer
Grant us Lord Faith to believe and Strength to do your will. Amen.

Previous Week Readings - 19th May
Acts 9: 36-43
John 10: 22-30

PCC Notice

Next PCC Meetings

  • 13th July 2019

  • 28th September 2019

  • 23rd November 2019

  • 25th January 2020

  • 28th March 2020

New Appointments

  • Church Wardens: Lesley Green & Pat Almond

  • Deanery Synod Representatives: Tony White & David Crane

  • PCC Members: Gill Adams, Clive Boys, David Crane, Peter Farrington, Lorna Godwin, Pauline Harris, Rosalyn Lane Heath & Anne Luckhurst, Lesley Green, Pat Almond, Tony White.

Churches In Woodley

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Week's Notice

We need your opinion - Survey
Please help us by completing the following survey regarding the types of services we offer and potential changes. All feedback welcome. Click here to complete the survey. Closes 30th June.

Ladies Group - 22nd May
The Ladies’ Group will meet at 8pm on Wednesday 22nd for a talk with Ann Smith on the History of Woodley.

Welcoming Sunday - 26th May
Join us on Sunday 26th for a Welcoming of all those who have joined St John’s, and the families whose children have been baptised on 5th May.

Ascension Day - 30th May
Join us on Thursday 30th May at 8pm for a Holy Communion Service. The visiting Preacher is the Revd Susie Templeton.

Children’s Society Boxes - June
The Children’s Society boxes are due for opening during June. Could they please be brought to Janet Cook for counting?

New Testament Greek Study - 15th Jun
Join staff from the University's Classics department and the Chaplaincy for a beginner's introduction to the New Testament in Greek. Learn the basics of Greek, explore New Testament manuscripts, and try your own hand at translation. Timings: 10am to 4.30pm. See the poster in the church entrance for more details or click to book tickets.

In our thoughts...

For the World: the people of Sri Lanka: the families who have lost their beloved ones during the recent terrorist attacks, especially for the churches. For people of Mozambique, India and Bangladesh: For all those who are suffering because of the cyclones.

For our country: the decisions over Brexit, for unity, and the European elections. Also for the victims of knife crime.

Our community: For the elected councillors and Mayors, especially for Bill Soane the new Mayor of Wokingham Borough. Also for those taking exams, and all those who work and serve in Woodley.

Our Church: The Church Wardens, PCC members & Deanery Synod Reps.

Church Groups: Ladies’ Group, Mothers’ Union and Friendship Group.

Mission Partners: Dhoj Gurung serving in Nepal among the Bhutanese refugees.

Those who are unwell & recovering: George, Freda, Della, David, Peter, Michael, Norman, Marion, June, Debbie, Brenda, Fred, Theo, Signy, Eric, and Brian.

In our thoughts: For the family and friends of those who are grieving, especially those of George Davidson, Milly & Toby, Edward Garaway, Jack Mansell, Jean Scharm, Sylvia Mortimer, Sue Gill, Bernard Pearson, Margaret Smith, Margaret Fry, Tony Martin and Pat Ling.

Church Support

Flower Fund
Thank you to all who donate towards the flowers for our Special Services.  In order to maintain this, and for other services e.g. Remembrance, Service of Hope, Christmas etc... we need to raise £500 per year.  Should you wish to donate to the 'Flower Fund', please Contact Us.

Re-ordering & Decorating
The church is in need of some essential work, as it has not been updated for 30 years.  Next year, the church will undergo a re-ordering when we will look to improve the facilities that St. John's can offer, therefore, all support is welcome.  Please contact us for more information.

Community Help

Have any unwanted tools?
TWAM (Tools with a Mission), a Christian charity, is collecting unwanted tools. After being refurbished and packed they are distributed to people in developing countries. Contact Nigel Collins for more info. 9691240 or thenigelcollins@outlook.com

Suspect a fraudster?
Do not give personal bank/card details and call police straight away on 999 or 101. But call from another phone: mobile phone or from a neighbour. Please, be on guard!



8am Holy Communion

10am Holy Communion

Bible Readings

Acts 16: 9-15
John 14 :23-29


8am Holy Communion

10am Family Service

12pm Baptism Service

Bible Readings

Acts 16: 16-34
John 17: 20-26


8am Holy Communion

10am Holy Communion

Bible Readings

Acts 2: 1-21
John 14 :8-17