NEW TO CHURCH

Welcome to St John’s Church, Hartley Wintney!

We are a vibrant Anglican church committed to growing together as followers of Jesus, as well as to reaching out to the community around us and serving others further away. We believe that the word of God is central and vital to all we do as a church. We also believe in the powerful work of the Holy Spirit. Our vision is to see everyone know the FULLness of God’s love in Jesus through our:

Welcome, Worship, Work and Witness.

We are privileged to have a lively and varied church life. Throughout the week there are many helpful courses and events running in our Church Centre, a vibrant coffee shop serving great coffee and homemade cakes, as well as various devotional groups. On Sunday’s we offer two services a traditional service at 9am and a contemporary service at 10:45am.

WELCOME PACK

Feel free to explore our website to learn more about us and what’s happening. Or, for a quick rundown of the essentials, download our welcome pack.

You can also grab a hard copy from the foyer of our church centre. Please fill our and return to the church office.

NEW TO FAITH?

Do you have questions about life? Like, why are we here? Or what is the purpose of living? And is there more to life than this?

Alpha is a course for anyone to explore the Christian faith and the answers that faith has to the big questions of life. We invite you to join and discover!

For more information please email alpha@stjohnshw.org.uk

FAQ

Our Traditional Service is typically 1hr long followed by tea, coffee and biscuits in the foyer. Our Contemporary Service last 1hr 15mins during this time we have worship lead by our contemporary band, a short bible-based sermon with prayer ministry offered at the end. The Coffee Shop is open after this service.

During our 10:45am service, we provide groups for children aged 0-14. Additionally, we feature an engaging all-age song with actions in every 10:45am service and throughout the year we hold a handful of all together services.

St. John’s Church in the village centre offers a central and accessible location for worshipers and visitors. Its striking architecture stands out among the oak trees on the common. Parking is convenient, with on-site and nearby street options.