Sunday 17th November
THE SECOND SUNDAY BEFORE ADVENT
10am Parish Mass
This week, the Gospel Reading is Luke Ch 21 vv 5 -19
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or NEWS for the current newsletter and older ones too
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SERVICES and times that the Church is open THIS WEEK for visitors and quiet prayer :-
On days when the church is open the Angelus is said at noon
We aim to be open from 10am - 12noon most days (subject to the availability of volunteers)
Monday 18th November - St Elizabeth of Hungary - 7pm PCC Meeting
Tuesday 19th November - St Hilda of Whitby - Julian Meeting (see NEWS )
- 6pm Confessions - 6.30pm Mass
Wednesday 20th November - Feria - 12noon Rosary - 1pm Mass
Thursday 21st November - Presentation of the BVM - No Service
Friday 22nd November - St Cecilia - 11am Funeral Mass for Maureen Cooper
Saturday 23rd November - St Clement - 9.15am Mass
- 2.30pm Memorial Service for Leenda Saxton and interment of ashes
Next Sunday - November 17th - Christ the King
- 10am PARISH MASS
- 6pm Mass
If you are concerned that someone you know is at risk of being abused, or is being abused, or that someone presents a risk to others, please contact someone without delay.
Below are given the people you may contact.
Diocesan Safeguarding Team 02476 521345
Local Authority 02476 832222
ChildLine 0800 1111
NSPCC Helpline 0808 800 5000
If there is an immediate risk or danger please contact the police on 999
For further information see the links at the bottom of this page.
As one of Coventry’s most historic buildings, St John’s holds a special place in the heart of the city. Situated on the corner of mediaeval Spon Street, the parish stretches to the west of the city centre, covering around 5,100 people including many shops and businesses; from the Lower Precinct and IKEA to family firms in Spon End, along with the Sky Dome and surrounding entertainment area.
Being a city centre church means we have the opportunity to welcome and serve people from across Coventry, as well as visitors from around the UK and the world. However, looking after a Grade I listed 14th century building, serving people as a place of worship, a historic site and a centre for the community presents many challenges. So we are always looking for people who would like to contribute their time, talents or raise funds to help support St John’s.