RE-ORDERING WORK 
This much needed and essential work has commenced with the connection to the West end of the church.  It is inevitable that there will be disruption whilst work is in progress but the church is still open for all the regular services as well as any extra services and concerts. 
We value your presence at St John’s – so please do not let the proposed building works deter you from joining us!

March 

Sunday - 3rd March

"Come and Sing Evensong" at 4.00pm
the Royal School of Church Music (RSCM)

with Tea and Cakes at 3.30pm

 

Wednesday - 13th March

"Exploring the Lenten Journey through Art" at 7.30pm

A joint Lent Course with Temple Methodist Church, United Reformed Church
and St John's with all welcome.

To be held at Temple Methodist Church over 5 Wednesdays
- 13, 20, 27 March, 3, 10 April.
See the Flyer below for the full Programme

Sunday - 31st March

Amici Chamber Choir
Rutter Requiem - commences at 7.30pm

 

April

Sunday - 7th April 

Annual Parochial Church Meeting
To be held after the morning Service

 

Saturday - 13th April

Phoenix Singers at St John's
A programme of Lenten Music
More details  to be added soon
 

May

Saturday - 25th & Sunday - 26th May

Somerst Voices
Times and programmes to be added

 

 

Forthcoming Plans
- The 2019 Friday Lunchtime Concerts series
   begins on Friday 10 May
   More details will be on the St John's website in the Spring

- Saturday - 19th & Sunday - 20th October
   Somerset Voices
   Times and programmes to be added

- Monday 23rd December
   Nine Lessons and Carols with the Phoenix Singers
   Times and programmes to be added

 

For what's on in Taunton see the website of - Tell The Church - Taunton 
www.tauntonteamchaplaincy.org

Our November Lunchtime Concert was the final one of the season, and featured students from Wellington School, pictured here with Wellington School Director of Music, Andrew Trewhella.

Somerset County Council Choir 'Canticle ' at the Holocaust Memorial Day Event held at St John the Evangelist Church on Monday 28th January.

Councillor Catherine Herbert (Mayor of Taunton Deane) with Councillor Nigel Taylor (Leader of Somerset County Council) who attended the HMD event.