Welcome to St John’s Anglican Church in Newcastle’s leafy suburb of Cooks Hill.
We are the oldest church in Newcastle and still very much alive and thriving!
We are meeting together on
Sundays at 9.30am & 5pm.
Please wear a mask while inside the church and enter from the main door. We do have masks available for purchase if you forget.
Streaming remains available on our Facebook page: St. John’s Facebook Page
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
Special Christmas Services
7pm on Sunday 19 December
– a ‘Blue Christmas’ – a quiet, contemplative service as an alternative to the more traditional gatherings as a way to care for those who are sad or struggling whilst those around them are caught up in celebrating
5.30pm on Friday 24 December
– Christmas Carols with the community (on the lawn)
7pm on Friday 24 December
– Traditional Christmas Eve service
9am on Saturday 25 December
– Traditional Christmas Day service
What is St John’s all about?
St John’s, Cooks Hill is the spiritual home for a growing community of people drawn from all across Newcastle NSW. We are from all ages and walks of life. We have in common a desire to be disciples of Jesus Christ. We want to learn more about him, we want to trust his way of living more and more. Because of this, we seek to be a church Newcastle finds open and welcoming.
Would you like more options? Try one of our other inner city Anglican churches! Christ Church Cathedral, St Peter’s Hamilton, St Augustine’s Merewether, and St John’s Cooks Hill operate in cooperation as a hub of sister churches, and between them offer a wider range of services and activities.