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St. John the Evangelist, Hollington, with St. Peter & St. Paul, Hastings.
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    Join us on line for
    Morning Prayer and
    Sunday worship

  • Trinity
    Sunday

  • Conquest Hospital Chapel

  • Trinity
    Sunday

  • Baptism of Andrew
    and Summer Povey

  • Coptic church
    at St John's

  • St. Peter & St. Paul

Welcome to the Parish of St. John the Evangelist.

The parish is made up of two churches,

St. John’s Hollington, St. Leonards-on-Sea. TN37 7AT

Please see the St John’s Page for details of current and on line events 

and

St. Peter & St. Paul, Parkstone Road, Hastings. TN34 2NT

Please see the St Peter & Paul Page for details of current and on line events

See VIRTUAL CHELSEA on St John’s Page – updated daily!!

 

In light of the Government guidance around non-essential contact, the Archbishops of Canterbury and York have issued advice that public worship is suspended until further notice.
PLEASE NOTE THAT DURING THIS PERIOD ANY ESSENTIAL OR LEGAL INFORMATION FOR THE PARISH
WILL BE POSTED ON THE BLOGS PAGE. 

Our vision

Inspiring a personal relationship with Jesus Christ through prayer,

sharing our faith, pastoral care,

making disciples, and by being the heart of the community.

 

For information on services and activities in either church

please use the ‘What’s On’ drop down boxes above.

You can keep in touch by using Whatsapp

text “Join StJ” or “Join P&P” to 07777684986

 

For room bookings at St John’s please contact 07425247695

For room bookings at St Peter & St Paul please contact 07464005045

 

Safeguarding

The Parish has a full Safeguarding Policy in line with the Diocese of Chichester which is available in either church upon request and can be found by clicking the Safeguarding tab above. Any concerns should be raised by using the email contact or speaking directly to one of the parish officers. The Parish Safeguarding Officer is Sally Marchant, based at St Peter and St Paul, with Dr Brian Hick Safeguarding Officer for St John the Evangelist.

" One parish with two churches - one body but many parts - everyone has a part to play "