St John’s Anglican church (1841), which dates back to the earliest days of European settlement in this area, is alive in the twenty-first century with people of all ages. We look forward to welcoming you to our worship, community life and other activities. The church is open on Wednesdays for private prayer and reflection.
Join us for Face-to-Face worship
Morning Prayer online and Friday Morning Tea online
Because of the COVID-19 four square metre rule worship is in the St John's Hall.
Sunday 6 pm - stjohns@6 is a Sunday evening church. While open to all, it is aimed at students and young professionals. Explore what being a disciple of Jesus is all about in the ocean of postmodern life. MORE....
The 9.30 am service will be recorded and placed on YouTube for those unable to attend.
Friday 10 am - Morning Tea Online. Are you missing seeing familiar faces? Make a cuppa, raid the fridge and jump onto Zoom to catch up with your church family - just like old times after church but different. For the link click HERE... (Cancelled Friday 25 Sept)
Tuesday to Saturday - Morning Prayer Online at 9 am via Zoom. We use 'A Prayer Book for Australia' and the NRSV Bible. For the link click HERE... (Cancelled Friday 25 Sept)
Annual General Meeting and Electoral Meeting - for information, documents (including the Future Directions paper, 2020 AGM minutes, appointment and election results), etc. click HERE...
Our St John’s Anglican community came together on the Sixteenth Sunday after Pentecost for worship and a sermon. We are worshipping in the hall because of Covid-19. The preacher is Canon Paul Black. The Scripture reading is Matthew 20:1-16.
The Parish Office is closed. You are welcome to contact Canons Paul, Margaret and Kevin and Rev'd Vicky on their mobile phones.
Sunday@9.30 is for families and people of all ages. We share the Eucharist (Holy Communion), enjoy the company of others and there are fun, Christ centred programs for children and youth.
Wednesday at 10 am. The Book of Common Prayer (BCP) and the King James Version (KJV) of the Bible have nurtured Anglicans for over three hundred years in the Christian faith.
St John's is a popular destination for many couples, especially those requiring a more intimate worship space.
The closure of worship and other parish activities has significant financial implications for the parish. Read a letter from the Presiding Member of Parish Council.
Hardship and setback can strike anyone—an unexpected crisis, the loss of a job, health problems, family breakdown and a number of other reasons. Our Centre is still open and we are here to help and support all people. Tel: 02 6248 7771
stjohns@6 is a Sunday evening church. While open to all, it is aimed at students and young professionals. Explore what being a disciple of Jesus is all about in the ocean of postmodern life.
Step back to the days of slate boards, slate pencils, blackboards, chalk and inkwells at the St John’s Schoolhouse Museum.
People are St John's. Get a sense of who we are by going to our PHOTO GALLERY...
Heritage Appeal Fund
The church continues to be a symbol of faith and hope in our Canberra community. Please consider supporting our 2020 National Trust - St John's Church Heritage Conservation Fund Appeal. Donations are tax-deductible. MORE...
St John's Precinct is an oasis in the heart of the Nation's capital. Looking for a church community? New to Canberra? You will find people here from all over Canberra. Come and see if St John's is a fit for you!