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We know that a bit of advance information is always helpful, so here's what you need to know.
Key information about the church...
Where & when does the church meet?
Sunday 09.30am- Traditional Communion Service
Join us at 09.30 am for our Sunday morning traditional communion service, with Organ led hymns. Everybody is welcome, please stay for refreshments after the service, served in Church. Refreshments served in church after the service.
Sunday 11.15am - Informal Service (Also on Zoom)
Join us at 10.30 am for refreshments before the service in church. Our informal service then starts at 11:15am with a sermon, prayers and worship lead by acoustic guitar. Everyone is welcome!!
Kids Church will usually take place every Sunday at from 11.05am in the Spire Centre across the road from church.
Thursday 10.15 am - Mid Week Communion
Join us in Church every Thursday from 10.15am for Traditional Mid Week Communion service.
We meet at:
St John's Goole
East Riding of Yorkshire DN14 5BA
You can see a map on our contact us page.
What should I expect when I visit the church?
You will receive a very warm welcome and lots of friendly faces. Please feel free to sit wherever you like, in the allocated pews. We try to explain everything during the services, but do feel free to ask someone if you're not sure.
What happens to the kids at church?
At the 9:30 service children are welcome, but there is no structured kids' church.
At the 11:15am service, children under three are welcome to stay in the church. Children aged 3-11 years can be dropped off over the road to Kids' Church. Please come along before the service (from 11.05am) to register your children.
Is there a dress code?
No! Please just be yourself and come dressed in your 'normal' clothes. Jeans are fine.
Will I have to join in?
Not at all! You are free to simply sit and listen, or join in as much as you like. We don't mind.
I have more questions, how can I get in touch and ask them?
Please feel free to contact us.