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Put your name to contemporary works of art being commissioned for St John’s. Solid oak chairs, specially designed to be a highlight of the new architectural scheme, will grace the space around the altar at the heart of the church.

Two clergy chairs (£4,000 each), one President’s chair (£5,000) and two benches (£6,000) are currently being made by the firm of Luke Hughes, the foremost designers and makers of bespoke furniture for places of worship. Each piece could honour a very special donor.

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St John's Waterloo  

St John's Waterloo, tries to be an inclusive church, here for everyone, whoever you are, whatever your needs. 

Through our charity, The Bridge at Waterloo, we provide therapy, counselling, creative activities, employment and resilience training for homeless people, young people and other local people for whom life's challenges are now even more acute.


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  • Fri, December 9 2022, 8:06 AM : RT @RobertHugill: Jesus’ Blood Never Failed Me Yet: @LPOrchestra to perform @Gavin_Bryars' iconic work in a contemplative event at @stjohns…
  • Thu, December 8 2022, 11:53 AM : The Festival Ensemble is directed by David Corkhill and will be led by Eve Kennedy. You're welcome to stay afterwards for tea, coffee, biscuits and a chat. Join us for one, or more, of our Christmas services as we celebrate the love, music and joy of this festive season. https://t.co/VtvYcrErDc
  • Thu, December 8 2022, 11:53 AM : This Cantata was composed in 1723, Bach's first year as Director of Music in Leipzig. The chorale is one of the composer's most famous and widely played pieces, more commonly known as "Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring". https://t.co/zn7Jy7EEZX
  • Thu, December 8 2022, 11:53 AM : Join us this Sunday 11th Dec at 10:30am as we kick off #ChristmasAtStJohns🎄 For Gaudete Sunday, the Festival Ensemble will lead the music at the morning service with Bach's Cantata "Hertz und Mund und Tat und Leben" (PI), BWV 147. https://t.co/JXsUsm5EMK