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Here at St John’s all are welcome unconditionally to come together as a church family. We have many different services and events taking place throughout the week in the Church and our praish centre, all of which reflect that as a church family, we welcome all, young and old,as brothers and sisters in Christ.

Whether it is in the peacefulness of our morning prayer services, our traditonal choral services on a Sunday or our All age services, everyone can find a place for their faith to grow at St John’s.

We are a growing church family of many different ages which also reflects the community around us which we aim to serve.

Our journey of faith together with God 2017. Click here for more details:  Our journey of faith


Prayer Resource Area-There is now a new prayer resource area as you come in at the back of Church, which includes prayer cards that can be bought for just 10p each which you might like to buy for yourself or to give to someone. There are also books that can be borrowed giving guidance on prayer and a new prayer leaflet that can be used to walk around the church. There is also a prayer tree for you to hang your written prayers on.

Food bank Box- as a church we have a food bank collection box to put food in to support the Burngreave food bank. Our food bank box is now located near to the font.

Installation service at St Columba’s- The installation service for Iain Lothian as the new priest-in-charge of St Columba’s, Crosspool will take place there on Wednesday 15th March at 7.30pm.Let us keep Iain and his family and all at St Columba’s in our prayers as they prepare for this important occasion.

Date of Angie’s installation- our curate Angie will be installed as an associate priest at Holy Trinity Millhouses on Tuesday 9th May at 7.30pm. All are invited to this very special evening in her ministry.

A Journey through Lent: A four week Lent course on Thursday evenings 16th, 23rd, 30th March and 6th April 7pm-8.30pm led by Revd Neil. Making visible our faith journey. These sessions will include the use of art and music in exploring how we might understand our Lenten journey. Please sign the sheet at the back of church if you are able to come.

Poverty and Pastries.
You are invited to the annual Poverty and Pastries event at Central URC, Norfolk Street, Sheffield, on Saturday 25th March from 10am to 12 noon. Coffee and croissants will be served and there will be a chance to meet Paul Furbey, the area Christian Aid organiser for South Yorkshire.
Baby Basics – is a charity who support new mothers and families who are struggling to meet the financial and practical burden of looking after a new baby.  We would welcome any donations of new baby wool for the box at the back of church. We have volunteers who are happy to knit clothing and blankets for new born babies.

Christian Aid Week Collectors
Thank you to all who have already indicated that they are willing to collect for Christian Aid during the Week (14th-20th May). We would however, like to find more in order to cover the Ranmoor area, so if you are willing to help please contact Janet and Malcolm Anker on 0114 4534858, or email malcolm.anker@googlemail.com, or leave details at the Parish Office.
Christian Aid Garden Party: This will take place on Saturday 20th May 2017 at Ranmoor Parish Centre.  Planning for the Garden Party is going ahead and items will be needed for the following stalls: Preserves/ Books – (in good condition please), plants and a new stall – Bottles – but not alcohol ones.  We will also need home baking.  More information will follow with a sign-up sheet.   As you are spring cleaning remember to put your items aside for Christian Aid. Thank you
Parish Magazine: The March issue of our parish magazine ‘Inspire’ is out now and can be found at the back of church. The cost of the magazine is just £1. Might there be someone you know who might be interested in receiving a copy?
Celebrating our curate’s ministry: On the 16th April Revd Angie Lauener, our curate will be leaving St John’s to be an assistant priest at ‘Abbeydale and Millhouses’. To celebrate her ministry here with us we shall be having a special afternoon bring and share festive tea on Saturday 15th April between 4pm-6pm in the Parish centre. Please put the date in your diary and it would be lovely if as many of our church family as possible can come together to be with Angie to give thanks for her ministry with us.

Church Notice sheet

26 March 2017

19 March 2017



1o Days of Prayer

Leaflet giving details of the 10 days of prayer 10_Days_of_Prayer_leaflet_6.4.16_with_bleed

Revd Neil was asked to do a short film talking about this years 10 days of prayer

To watch on Youtube: www.youtube.com/watch?v=m3vYX2Ocpls

For more details of the 2016 programme of courses and events taking place at St John’s  Building our faith

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Morning prayer at 8.30am every day except on Fridays & Sundays   This short (20mins) service takes place in the side chapel of church. A time to begin the day with  prayer and reflection. All welcome.

New Thursday Evening prayer service We now have a new Thursday  said evening prayer service  every week at 6.15pm. All welcome.



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(The stained glass window in the side chapel depicting the story of the Good Samaritan)

OPENING TIMES AT PARISH OFFICE The Parish office is open Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays 9am til 2pm.

Sheffield Diocese e-bulletin; for all up to date information about what is happening across the Sheffield Diocese including opportunities for attending training and courses: e-bulletin

Parish Magazine Out now!- The March issue of our Parish magazine ‘Inspire’ is out now at a cost of £1.Copies are available in church or from the parish office. If you would like to have your copy posted to you then this can also be arranged, please contact Claire in our Parish office.

Toddler & Baby Groups - Thursdays (in term time) from 10-11.30am at the Parish centre. All children from birth to pre-school welcome.  New children, parents and helpers always welcome.  Safe, carpeted room which is great for babies and crawlers.  £1.00 per child includes a drink and a biscuit for parent/carers and children.  50pmfor additional child.  A great way for parents and children to meet friends. For more details contact our Parish Office.

What happens in our Parish Centre?

The Ranmoor Parish Centre is used by a wide variety of groups, meetings and celebrations.  Information about the regular users and details about the facilities available at the Centre can be found on the Parish Centre website.   Groups who regularly use the Centre include yoga, Pilates, art appreciation, local history, uniformed groups and singing for children and adults.  If you are interested in hiring our facilities, please get in touch.

Our weekly News Sheet

Each week we produce a ‘News sheet’ that contains the service information, readings, gives the names of people to be remembered in our prayers and provides information about forthcoming events.  If you would like the ‘News sheet’ emailed to you, please send your name and Email address to Claire at administrator@stjohnsranmoor.org.uk.

Sheffield Diocese As a Church St John’s is a part of the Hallam Deanery. To find out more about the Diocese of Sheffield why not visit it’s website http://www.sheffield.anglican.org/

St John’s  Church , Ranmoor Park Road, Ranmoor, Sheffield, S10 3GX
Parish Office: Tel: (0114) 230 1199