St John's Church was formed by a union of St Augustine's Presbyterian Church and New Barnet Congregational Church in 1963.
As a Reformed Church, St John's exercises Christian ministry through an ordained Minister of Word and Sacraments, and through ordained Elders. Both Minister and Elders lead worship and care pastorally for the congregation, and meet monthly to discuss the church's life and ministry and to pray. In addition, there is a Pastoral Team of Ministers, some Elders, and others with pastoral gifts who meet periodically to coordinate the church's pastoral care and to pray for those in need.
The United Reformed Church was formed by unions of English Presbyterians with English, Welsh and Scottish Congregationalists, and with members of the Churches of Christ in 1972, 1981 and 2000. To find out more about the United Reformed Church click on this link: www.urc.org.uk
We are part of the Church catholic, with origins in the 16th Century European Protestant Reformation, and in British Protestant Dissent. The United Reformed Church is a member the World Communion of Reformed Churches. To find out more click on this link: World Communion of Reformed Churches
In 2022 the United Reformed Church celebrates its 50th anniversary, having been formed as a result of the 1972 union of the Presbyterian Church of England and the Congregational Church in England and Wales. It subsequently united with the Churches of Christ in 1981 and the Congregational Union of Scotland in 2000.
Sunday worship at 11:00am