I have come that they may have life, and have it to the full!
From June 2020 you can join our virtual service at 10 am on Sundays on our new Youtube channel .
Please go to the ATMCTeam Media channel on YouTube HERE
Due to the easing of COVID-19 Lockdown restrictions it means the church building will be reopened for services from 2nd August 2020 on a three weekly basis initially however the church here in Mosley Common is still very much alive and available to help. We are very much still here to support our community and the members of the church. If you need help or comfort at this difficult time we are here for you. Contact details can be found below and on the 'Meet the team here at St John's' page. Please do not hestitate to contact us if you are struggling with the current situation. As a church we are committed to supporting everyone in our community through this difficult and stressful time.
St. John's Church has a reputation for being a friendly and welcoming place with a congregation of people drawn from all ages and backgrounds. It serves the community of Mosley Common and surrounding areas in the Wigan and Salford boroughs. St. John's is one of three Church of England churches in the Astley, Tyldesley and Mosley Common Team Ministry. It also enjoys good working and social connections with the Roman Catholic, Methodist and other Anglican churches in Churches Together in Boothstown.
As well as a church service at 10.00am every Sunday, we have regular housegroups and a range of other fellowship groups and activities during the week. We have strong links with our Church School, St. John's Day Care (for pre-school aged children), the Mosley Common Children's Centre and the Mosley Common Community Group.
Rev. Martin Cox
C/O St. John's Vicarage
Mosley Common Road
'Phone 0161 790 2957
St. John's Church
Mosley Common Road
St John's Church, Mosley Common has safeguarding policies in place. Please contact our Parish safeguarding Co-ordinator, Sue Bloor on email@example.com or look at the Diocesan safeguarding web page at https://www.manchester.anglican.org/safeguarding