You’re always welcome at St John’s, where we come together as a community to know Jesus, and make Jesus known.

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What’s On

Prayer Meeting

Every Thursday at 8am a group of people from our church meet to pray for St John’s and our mission and ministry. You are welcome to come and join us as we express our church value to ‘pray expectantly’.

Gingerbread Making Evening

We’re hosting a Christmas Gingerbread Making evening this December! On Friday, December 2, we’ll share a light supper, followed by a short Christmas talk from a Guest Speaker, before you’ll be given the opportunity to create a beautiful 3D Gingerbread House – complete with an abundance of lollies, gingerbread people and snow! You’ll be able to take it home all wrapped up ready for Christmas or to gift to someone.

Memory Care Cafe

There are over 1,000 people living in Nillumbik with dementia. Together with Health Ability Eltham and Nillumbik Council, St John’s is hosting a community support venture called the Memory Care Café. The Memory Care Cafe in Diamond Creek operates on each 2nd and 4th Wednesday, from 1:30-3pm The Memory Care Café concept seeks to provide a social meeting place for those living with Dementia and their carers, to gather and enjoy a coffee/tea and conversation with each other. The first…

Quiet Christmas

If you’re finding the idea of celebrating Christmas particularly difficult this year, this Quiet Christmas service will offer you a place of quiet reflection, a time to remember, and the gift of hope for the future, through Christ the Light of the World.

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No matter where you’re at with Jesus, you’re welcome at St John’s. Nobody at St John’s, including leaders, has it all together. We’re all imperfect people, working out what it means to live as followers of Jesus. We all stumble and fail, but the love of Jesus is more than we could ever need.

Catch up on Talks

Kirk’s Last Talk || Ephesians 2:8-10

After 10 years at St John’s, the Mackenzie family are heading off to Plentylife where Kirk will become their Senior Minister. In his final talk at St John’s, Kirk gets to pick his own topic, and heads out swinging reminding us of GRACE – the unearned, …

Prison Fellowship’s 40(+1) Years || Luke 4:14-21

At St John’s, we are passionate partners in God’s global and local mission. We believe that God loves the whole world and so we pray, give money, and equip people for mission work locally, around Australia and throughout the world. Today, we’re joined …

Next Steps

Get connected into community. The best way to connect is through a Life Group. Life Groups are small groups, meeting during the week to discover Jesus together.

For kids, find out more about St John’s Kids from our Children’s & Families Minister, Kylie.

St John’s Youth meet in Life Groups of their own, in-person and via Zoom.

You can support the work of St John’s by giving financially.