News & Events

Find out more about our latest news and explore our calendar of events (COMING SOON!).

Livestream - Sunday 20 June 2021

While we are now able to resume Sunday morning worship in person (with our limit now increased to 60), we understand that some members and friends are not in a position at present to attend Church.  To ensure that no one misses out on Sunday worship, we are providing a live stream of the Sunday services.

 

Here is the link for this Sunday's service for those using laptop, tablet or phone.  This should take you directly to the YouTube Stream of the service.

https://youtu.be/YoRjIlEW26U

Should that link fail (!), clicking the link below takes you to the SJRChurch YouTube Channel, where each service can be selected to view.  Alternatively, use the YouTube link at the top of this page.

https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=sjrchurch

If watching on a Smart TV with the YouTube App, simply open the App and search for SJRCHURCH.  

DSC_0080.JPG

Youth Group Quiz -
Sunday 20 June 2021, 7pm

New!

The Youth Group are celebrating the end of their online session by hosting a quiz night, to which everyone is invited!

Join the Youth Group for the 'ultimate quiz of the 20-21 session'!  Members of the group will be hosting a great variety of quiz rounds and activities and look forward to welcoming you to an enjoyable evening.

 

Joining instructions have been emailed - if you haven't received the link but would like to join, email office@sjrchurch.com or message us on Facebook!

Open Books
In the Classroom
Brainstorming

June edition of  "The Beacon"

Click below to read the latest edition of our monthly magazine "The Beacon".

The Beacon-page0001.jpg

Did you know you can also click here to view previous editions?

Christian Aid Week - 10-16 May 2021

The theme of CAW 2021 is Stand Together Against the Climate Crisis.

 

One of the biggest threats to human life and disproportionately affecting the world’s poor, climate change is once again the focus of Christian Aid's fundraising.

 

Christian Aid uses funds to directly provide aid to people living in poverty, at a grassroots level. The charity also delivers and supports schemes providing water, food and education to populations in need. It is also a powerful lobbyist at government level.

 

How can I contribute?

 

https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/caw2021kelvindale

 

Using the Just Giving page means that we are able track funds raised in our church and community.

The gift aid option is available.

There is an option not to provide details to the charity should you prefer.

caweek19-logo-english.png
Stained Glass

Events calendar coming soon!