St John's Sunday Morning Service is back! 

I’m delighted to say that our 10.30am morning service will be back in the building (as well as on zoom) from September 27th!
Although the service will be somewhat different to what we’re used to, it will be wonderful to be able to worship together in our beautiful church. The service will also remain on zoom so that if you’re not able to come in person you will still be able to enjoy worshipping with us from home.
Here are some of the ways in which the service will be different:


  1. Seating capacity is limited due to the need for social distancing so we will all need to book a seat before coming to the service (more details below). To book for the 27th, you need to do so by the end of Wednesday September 23rd via the form below.

  2. The service will be shorter (just an hour).

  3. We will listen to the worship songs rather than sing along.

  4. We will only receive the bread at Communion and this will be brought to you in your seats.

  5. For now, we will all be in the church building together and our services will be all-age. The creche will need to be closed for the foreseeable future.

  6. We will have tables for households on each side of the church and activities for the children on the table.

  7. We will need to leave after the service finishes and make our own coffee at home!


Safety measures:

  1. If you have COVID-19 symptoms on the day of the service, please join in via zoom rather than coming in person.

  2. Masks need to be worn for the entire service unless you are exempt from wearing one for medical reasons.

  3. There are hand sanitizer stations available throughout the building, please sanitize your hands on entry and exit.

  4. There will be a one-way system of entering and leaving the building.

To book a seat for yourself, your family and friends, simply follow fill out the form below.
If you are planning to drive, you will need to state that or park at a nearby location and walk to the church.
We will contact you to confirm that you have a seat at the services you select. Please carry on joining via Zoom until we get in touch with you offering a seat.
If your booking is confirmed and you walk to the church, please use the main entrance on Church Avenue. The Havelock Road entrance will be reserved for people driving in and dropping off visitors.
On arrival, please wait for the stewards to check you in at the desk at the back of church then someone will show you to your seat.

If you need any assistance, please contact us on 

By filling ouy the form below you will be giving us permission to use the contact details for the Governenments Track and Trace programme.

Please check out our GDPR policy to find out how store your data:

We look forward to worshipping with you in person and on zoom, and you are all much in our prayers in the meantime.

God bless you,

St John's Southall Team

How to join our online services:

To join St John's online Services, please request access via email to


For online security reasons we will only be able to provide access to people with known links to St John's. 


When sending your email to us, please let us know your first name and surname and your link to St John's.


We will reply with the access instructions as soon as possible.


Alternatively, all the services will be made available on our website the next day.


St john's southall  Green

0208 5740722

St John's Parish Centre

Havelock Road, Southall


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