The St. John’s Church provides a strong social network which includes pastoral care for one another. We are trying to encourage all the members on the congregational roll, to be supportive, grow in faith and gain a better understanding of who we are as part of the Scottish Episcopal Church, whose history extends back to the beginning of Christianity.
We currently have a small congregation (20-30 on a Sunday) that expands during certain times of the year. We have families whose history goes back centuries which is part of those ‘deep roots’ that continue to reach out to all people including those who are living on the fringes. Our K2 meals have been particularly successful in reaching out to a diverse audience. Usually in the winter months, we run a Bible Study group. Most months we have a walking group that goes out for a leisurely hike to enjoy the nearby countryside or beaches.
We have a number of children who regularly attend. The Church Hall has a toilet suitable for people with disabilities and the Church is accessible to those in wheelchairs .
Everyone is welcome at all services.
We are making new efforts to reach out within this small community and beyond. “Enlarge the place of your tent; Stretch out the curtains of your dwellings, spare not; Lengthen your cords, and strengthen your pegs.” (Isaiah 54:1)