Please join us this Sunday at 10.30 am for our next online service
Part 2 of our Essential Enquiries course will be available to view from
7.30pm on Wednesday 27th May. Simply click on the video below (duration 20 minutes)
If you're interested in, or thinking about Jesus and the Christian faith, and missed Part 1 of our Essential Enquiries course, then don't worry, it is still available to view below
Please click on the link above for a message of hope in these uncertain times, by Roger Carswell.
Please click on the link above to submit your prayer requests to our ministry team, and to tell us how your prayers have been answered at this challenging time.
WELCOME to the website of St John’s Church, Whittle-le-Woods & Clayton Brook Community Church. Please explore our website and find out a bit about us. And then please do get in touch via our contact page, or come and visit us.
To read our current vicar's letter, please click here.
For details of our church services, please click here
Here is a little bit about us:
We are a Christian Church
We are part of the Church of England (Anglican) in the Diocese of Blackburn. We worship one God who is Father, Son and Holy Spirit. We believe that the Lord Jesus Christ lived, died and was raised to life again for us, and we seek to love him and live for him.
We are a Bible-led Church
We believe that the Bible is God’s word to us. Therefore, across all age groups we make a particular emphasis on reading, teaching and following the Bible.
We are a Church for Whittle & Clayton
Our parish covers most of Whittle-le-Woods, Clayton-le-Woods and Clayton Brook. We have two church centres - the old parish church of St John’s, and Clayton Brook Community Church. Our aim is that everyone, of whatever age or background, is at home among us. Some of us have been to church all our lives. For some it is a very new experience. Young and old, single and married, we are one church-family. Whatever your background you are warmly welcomed among us.
We believe that every person has a value and dignity which comes directly from the creation of male and female in God’s own image and likeness. Christians see this potential as fulfilled by God’s recreation of us in Christ. This implies a duty to value all people as bearing the image of God and therefore to protect them from harm. If anyone has concerns regarding safeguarding of children or adults the link to all the contacts in church is here.
During this time of forced isolation, some of the church family have been asking about how we continue to give to our church ministry. If anyone wishes to give directly online, or to set up a standing order, please use the buttons below.