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St John's is an evangelical church (in the Church of England). We're on the edge of Whitehaven, in West Cumbria. Please join us on a Sunday at 9am, 11am or 6.30pm if you're near us!

At St John's...

We proclaim Jesus Christ as the one who rules everything and the saviour of all who turn to him for salvation.

We look carefully at the Bible in each church service and in various smaller groups. We do this because we recognise that the Bible is God’s word in written form.

Like all people, we are full of faults. But we believe God’s promise that he will forgive all those who turn to Jesus Christ, and we aim to be faithful to him in the way that we live.

In April 2013 we launched our Ministry Strategy which outlines our 3 priorities of...

  • Bringing in: bringing people to hear about Jesus
  • Building up: building people up as followers of Jesus
  • Bearing fruit: equipping people to serve Jesus

Everything we do is focused on growing together as followers of Jesus.

Fergus Pearson, (Vicar)

Football School 2015

Easter Football School

Tuesday 7th - Friday 10th April, 10am - 3pm.

To book your child's place please follow the instructions on the application form and call Simon.

Please also complete the tear off slip at the bottom.

You can download the application form here.

'Refresh' day for men

Watch the video below for details of a day of teaching, worship, prayer and ministry looking at the three big issues of money, sex, and power and what the Bible says about them.

The event will be held at St Andrew's church, Mirehouse on the 28th March between 10am - 4pm.

News - Lent 2015 item

CAP news

Whitehaven CAP centre has recently celebrated its' first anniversary. Over the past 12 months Julian Berkeley, (Centre Manager), and his team have made huge progress from their humble beginnings.

So much has happened over the past 12 months, (and continues to happen on a regular basis), that Julian has agreed to keep us up to date with events via a new News section which has been added to the CAP page.

In the latest update Julian discusses: