St.John's - Warwick Road and St.John's - Knights Meadow is a Family
of around four hundred adults and 130 children. For purposes of
pastoral care, there is a number of home groups which meet during
the week, to pray together, to study the Bible, worship God, to
support and care for each other, and have lots of fun. If you
would like to know more about these groups and the life of the
church, then please ask a member of the Welcome Team when you
As well as supporting one another we believe that God commands
us to go out to others with His message of love.
- Knights Meadow is a young church we have "planted" in eastern
Kenilworth. It meets each Sunday at 10 a.m. in Kenilworth School,
Leyes Lane. If you live in that area then our "daughter church"
could be right for you. The contact person at St.John's - Knights
Meadow is Phil
details of our services, follow
are over 20 different groups which meet during the week in members
homes to pray together, to study the Bible, support and care for
each other- and have fun!
Parish prayer meeting is held each Monday evening in Church from
7.30 to 9.30 p.m. which includes time and space for personal prayer.
and also healing with the laying on of hands
Union at St John’s
2005 we celebrated 100 years of Mothers’ Union at St John’s.
We have two Branches (Afternoon & Evening). The afternoon
branch is currently the largest in the Diocese with 103 members
with an age range of 31 to 94 years and one third of whom have
children under 16 years and 5 are men.
have regular meetings - the Afternoon Branch meets on the third
Thursday and the Evening Branch on the first and third evenings
of each month. Speakers at meetings focus on the aim of MU which
is to promote the well being of families worldwide.
The current leaders are Barbara Roberts (511783) and Lynda Howells
are also involved with a wide range of activities - helping at
Toddlers’ group, Tea and Chat, running Parents Talking,
running Parenting courses, collecting and sorting haberdashery
for TWAM, supporting the Globe café for international students
at University of Warwick, visiting sick and lonely. We provide
family events such as Family Fun Days with barbecues, Easter egg
hunt to involve the young members. We hold discussion times on
issues about which the MU is asked to make comment eg Abortion
and currently the Format of Civil Weddings. Each year we pack
shoeboxes for the Operation Christmas Child appeal.
have fun and fellowship too with with Summer Teas, Christmas lunches
and outings. Underlying all this is our prayer life for members
worldwide and for the well-being of families.
Music at the
6 p.m. evening services at St John’s, Warwick Road is led
by a small four-part choir and organ. We meet on Friday evenings
in church, from 7.30 – 9.00, to practise. We are a friendly
group of people who enjoy singing together, and although we do
not take ourselves too seriously, we strive to give of our best
to the glory of God. Music is taken mainly from Mission Praise,
and includes classic hymns, more modern worship songs, and occasionally
Taizé and Iona music.
We also meet
socially from time to time, and sometimes go out into the community,
to Residential Homes and to other churches to sing.
you would like to join us you would be very welcome – just
come along on a Friday evening or contact the parish
office for more information
fellowship groups include:
Evening Group: meets last Wednesday in the month from
7.30 to 9.30 p.m.
Fellowship: meets last Thursday in the month
and Chat is open to anyone who wishes to drop in on
a Friday afternoon between 2.30 and 4 p.m for a cup of tea and
a friendly chat.
and Toddlers: playgroup for pre-school children
Thursdays in term time 10-11.30 a.m.
Talking: support group for parents of young babies
from birth to 18 months
Wednesdays in term-time, 1-3 p.m.
St. John's we have a wide range of groups, services and activities
designed to give young people a place to belong and discover more
about the christian faith. Visit our Youth page for more details.
page for more details
for answers? The Alpha course is an opportunity for anyone to explore
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to the church
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Sewards or the parish
for more details. See also the Alpha
the above groups meet in the Church Hall, Warwick Road, unless
more details of all of these groups, contact the parish