10.45 am on Sundays - Worship for All

at which you will find a warm welcome

Services last about an hour and are conducted by our  variety of ot worship leaders, Ministers and some excellent lay preachers, including some of our own two lay preaching members Sara Pells and Peter Dawson.  

Whenever possible we use a screen to project elements of the service including the hymns. There is also a printed Order of Service.

All age ‘Celebration Services’ are held with inputs from Rainbows, Brownies and Pre-School.

Join in with the singing!

We have a traditional pipe organ, and a music group.  The music group lead singing about once a month.

Listen to the organ

You will find a warm welcome and an accepting environment in which to share, belong and learn.

We are linked with other United Reformed Churches in the South Suffolk Area Partnership.

 Find out more by visiting web site www.urcsouthsuffolkap.org.uk

We are without a Minister


Specification of the Organ

The 1916 two manual and pedal tubular pneumatic organ by Bishop from the previous building was rebuilt with electric action by W & A Boggis of Diss in the new church.  It is placed in an elevated position in the Worship Area and is controlled from a detached, moveable console.  Certain specifications changes were made to take account of the new acoustic conditions and a few ranks were added.  The Pedal reed pipes (which had been prepared for) were installed in 1993.

You can see the full Specification here.

Christ is alive!

Let Christians sing

Communion Service first Sunday in the Month

Org recital walking the dog_George Gershwin.mp3

St John's is a friendly, welcoming Christian church offering worship for all and facilities for the local community.

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St John’s United Reformed Church