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    Click here to see our building located on the corner of Somerset Road and Mowbray Road, New Barnet EN5 1RH

    St. John's Fellowship invite you to a Tea Dance

    at St. John's United Reformed Church,  Saturday 17 February at 2:30pm

    Rededication Service on Sunday 3 December 2017

    Left to Right: Julian Templeton, Val Duschinsky, Andrew Prasad

    More than 70 people including the Deputy Mayor of Barnet attended a special rededication service at St John’s United Reformed Church, Somerset Road, New Barnet on the morning of Sunday 3rd December.  


    Our minister Reverend Julian Templeton led our Remembrance Day service on Sunday 12 November 2017.  As well as marking the two minutes silence we also remembered all those from our church who died in the First and Second World Wars.  The names of more than two dozen men from the former St Augustine’s Presbyterian Church and the New Barnet Congregational Church were read out from our Memorial Book. These two churches came together in the 1970’s to form our church, St John’s United Reformed Church, New Barnet. 

    St Johns in the News...........

    Is Dorothy 101 the oldest churchgoer in Barnet?

    The Community Garden at St.John's

    Harvest Festival

    8 October

    The Harvest Service finished by gathering  outside at our community Garden.

    Afterwards we joined to together in the Large Hall to continue fellowship with a shared lunch.


  • Responding to God at work among us with:

    • an accepting and thoughtful approach to faith and worship
    • a commitment to be whole-life disciples of Jesus Christ
    • an equal valuing of women's and mens' leadership
    • a belief that all ages can put faith into practice


    Christmas Day Service at St. John's

    There is a part of us that never wants Christmas to change…….

    But when God’s son, Jesus Christ, came to this earth, everything changed, and nothing is ever the same again!  It means God coming into our time and into our space and into our lives and into our comfort zone and shaking things up and recreating them in a new way.  It also means challenging us to face up to this change and to be active in doing something, being co-creators with God in the world around us.

    Letter from Barnet Refugee Service

    Presents donated from our Gift Day Service were passed onto the Barnet Refugee Service. St. John's received the following letter.....

    Many thanks to  all the kind people in St.John's for your generous support. The toys you donated to us brought a smile to many children who came to BRS office to collect their present through Santa Claus. It is encouraging to know that there are people like you who actively care about the situation of those driven to seek asylum and your generosity gives enormous strength to our team and also, most importantly, to our clients.

    Wishing you a Happy New Year with the hope that you will have many blessings to come.

    For more information of the work of : Barnet Refugee Service

    Carols by Candlelight

    17 December 

    On Sunday 17 December we had a ‘Jazz’ Carol Service at St John’s with the traditional Christmas readings read by members of the church. An enthusiastic congregation sang along to traditional carols led by ‘The King/Cave Project’. This group of musicians included Ewan King (leader and pianist), two female vocalists, drums, and multi-talented Matt Redman (not the writer of Christian songs!) on acoustic guitar, double bass, accordion and piano. They also performed several carols as a group including ‘Angels from the realms of glory’ complete with Andrews Sisters harmonies; a gentle, folk-style ‘Away in a Manger’; ‘Hark, the herald angels sing’ to a reggae beat, and sang an a capella ‘Angelus ad Virginem’. A very different Carol Service to normal, but it was good to hear these carols in a fresh way.

    Gift Day Service

    Unexpected heavy snow in New Barnet on Sunday 10 December didn’t stop some of our Church members from mostly walking to Church for our Gift Day service.

    Snow was still falling but around twenty hardy souls including Dorothy, our oldest member at 101, battled through thick snow and brought gifts for the Barnet Refugee Service to give to children of refugees for Christmas. 

    The service was led by Tony Alderman with assistance from David Paul and lessons were read by Meg Hardy.  Tea and coffee after the service were even more welcome than usual with great fellowship and swapping of snow stories.


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