Activities at St John's
Music at St John's
St. John's has a musical tradition going back many years, both for its own music and as a venue for concerts given by visiting performers.
The Augmented Choir generally performs a major Choral work during Lent. In recent years these have included the Victorian favourites Stainer's Crucifixion and Maunder's Olivet to Calvary. Other works have included Fauré's Requiem and Vivaldi's Gloria. More modern pieces have included "The Saviour" by Lloyd Webber, "The Singing Dancing Carpenter" by Christopher Tambling and Jerusalem Joy by Roger Jones.
We try to make our practices fun as well as musically worthwhile and new singers are always welcome to join us.
St. John's Luncheon Club meets each Wednesday. We enjoy various three-course meals at a very reasonable cost, provided by four different teams of volunteers. Meals have to be pre-booked. At present there are nearly 25 members who regularly dine and enjoy each other's company.
We sometimes have a short waiting list but should you be interested in joining the Club please contact us via our Contact us page.
Also, if you know of anyone who you think might enjoy a meal and good company once a week please let us know. We try particularly to cater for the elderly in the local area.
Twins & Tots
Toddler group for Twins & Tots,
parents and carers at
St John's Church Hall
St Owen Street, Hereford
10am to 11:45am