An introduction to the life of St John's Church, Flixton

Our worship is liturgical, with different orders of service, taken from the Church of England’s ‘Common Worship’, for different times of the year. We incorporate a degree of informality and flexibility within these, too. 

Our music is a mix of old and new. An informal singing group shares worship songs during the administration of Holy Communion, and our hymns and songs are accompanied by organ, piano and/or guitars, as suits their style.


* First Sunday of the month at 10.30am is our All-Age Worship, with most children in church for the whole service (which lasts around one hour). Members of uniformed groups are encouraged to come along, too.

* Most other Sunday services at 10.30am are family-friendly celebrations of Holy Communion, with Sunday School for children for part of the time in the church hall, and a crèche space for the youngest (with sound relay for parents) in the side-chapel of the church. We begin and end all together as a family, and our worship is over around 11.45am, sometimes followed by a chat over tea, coffee and biscuits.

Congregational worship at St John's

* An Evening Service is sometimes held in the side chapel at 6.30pm. It takes the form of Holy Communion on the first Sunday of the month. 



The church home groups (see meet, usually fortnightly. Anyone can join any of them – you don’t have to wait to be asked. These are informal evenings together for study, discussion and prayer, where we can support each other and build our faith in a small “cell” style setting.

There are also meetings from time to time for men (see  often in venues away from the church itself. 


Our buildings are used by the community as well as groups within the church family