20 City Rd, Southbank
Update (Easing of restrictions):
Gathering for worship will be permitted this Sunday. There is a venue cap. Booking a ticket will be a requirement. Please bring a mask with you.
Worship Sunday 20th June
The Festival Service (featuring BWV81) on 20th June at 10:00am (see flyer here) will be going ahead.
Due to COVID restrictions, this must be a ticketed event, and the seating is very limited.
You are invited to book a ticket, and are encouraged to do so as soon as possible at the following link:
For those unable to attain a ticket, a video-sermon for the day will be posted on our YouTube channel (see link below) at 10:00am on Sunday.
Video-sermons are generally recorded during our in-person worship and are uploaded to our YouTube channel on Sunday afternoons.
If you come to St Johns, please ensure that you are:
a. Abiding by government quarantine and/or travel advice.
b. I have not been exposed to a person with a confirmed case of COVID-19 in the last 14 days.
c. I am not currently required to self-isolate for any other reason.
d. I am well, and not displaying any COVID symptoms.
e. I will practice good hand hygiene and utilise the hand washing and sanitiser facilities made available.
f. I will follow all reasonable steps requested by the St Johns Southgate to ensure the health and safety of all other personnel and visitors.
Holy Communion is celebrated at all worship services. Communion is offered to all baptised Christians who believe that Jesus gives his body and blood with the bread and wine, and who wish to receive forgiveness of sins and a life in Christ Jesus.
Singers leading worship. We value the participation of people in worship at St Johns, including preparing the worship centre for services, welcoming people, reading lessons, singing and assisting the Pastors with leading the worship services.
Children are welcomed as a vital part of the St Johns community and worship life, and are regular participants on our 9am and 11am services. We believe that children should play an active and creative role within the life of the congregation.
Music and singing feature prominently in our worship services.
9am worship features an organ in the Baroque style, built by Melbourne organ builder Knud Smenge. Traditional hymns and liturgy are a regular part of 9am worship and Bach Cantatas are included in the service several times each year.
We value the participation of people in worship at St Johns, including preparing the worship centre for services, welcoming people, reading lessons, singing and assisting the Pastors with leading the worship services.
St Johns is fitted with a hearing aid loop. There are two designated areas in the church where the full benefit of the hearing loop can be accessed.