Due to the current ongoing situation regarding COVID-19, Church will look different for the foreseable future. In line with current Government advice, St John's Church building will be open for private prayer (Monday to Thursday only - 9am until 5pm). Please ensure all social distancing measures are observed fully whilst in the building, for your own safety and the safety of other people who may use the building.
A Sunday Morning service will be held at 10:30am, this will be a Morning Prayer style service. A "Covid Secure" service of Holy Communion will be held on the 2nd and 4th Sunday's of each month (Communion wafers only). Please click here for our full Risk Assessment.
You may wish to visit our Facebook page for a short worship session each Sunday and all up to date information.
You may also wish to view our Resources page.
St John's Church Pendlebury is a warm and welcoming Anglican Church with a place for everyone, whether confident in faith or wanting to explore more.
Our desire is to worship God together and serve Him in our community. St John's Church has strong relationships with our schools and wider community. St John's Pendlebury is part of a United Benefice with St James Church, Hope.
We seek to provide opportunities for all to experience God's love in relevant ways.
We're a journeying Church - not yet where God wants so to be but enjoying the journey with Him. Zechariah 4 6 has long been important to us "Not by might, nor by power, but by my Spirit says the Lord of Hosts".
St John the Evangelist Church Pendlebury, follows the practices and procedures as recommended by Manchester Diocese (more information available here). Our current Parish Safeguarding Coordinator is Susan Smith. For safeguarding concerns please contact:
St John’s safeguarding coordinator - Susan Smith firstname.lastname@example.org
Diocesan Safeguarding Officer – Abbey Clephane- Wilson 0161 828 1451