News & Events
Harvest Festival 7th October 10am
Join us and local farmers to celebrate and give thanks for the harvest.
Any donations of non-perishable food will be shared between Mission Trinity and Goole YMCA.
You're welcome to stay for a bring-and-share lunch in the Spire Community Centre.
Donate to church while you shop - at no cost to you!
You can now make donations to St John's while you shop at major online retailers including Amazon, M&S, ASDA and many more. You pay the same price as usual and the church receives a percentage. For details see here. In just a few months the church has received over £100 this way!
Our former vicar, Rev Rob Taylor, moved in October 2016 to take up a new post in the Diocese of Ely. Until a new priest is in post services will continue largely as normal, mostly covered by clergy from our neighbouring parishes, and retired clergy.
Welcome to St John the Evangelist, Goole's Parish Church
St John's, from Estcourt Terrace
Whichever way you head towards Goole, the spire of St John's Church is one of the landmarks visible for miles around, along with the dockside cranes and the 'salt and pepper pots' water towers. The spire points upwards from the heart of the town, and that's a good way of thinking about the church that meets there too, firmly rooted in the community and looking upwards – we're here to love God and love Goole.
To find out more about Goole, the church and its work use the links below:
GOOLE Info, links and photos of the town.
ST JOHN'S History of the church and facts about the building.
WORSHIP Details of our regular Sunday and mid-week services. (Special services such as harvest and Christmas will be listed in News and Events.)
CHRISTENINGS & WEDDINGS How to book.
GOOLE COMPANIONS Our weekly club for anyone who's lonely, bereaved or would simply like to get out of the house.
GOOLE CHURCHES TOGETHER Goole's churches of all denominations work closely together in worship and practical action.
WWI Memorial Window Radio Report
St John's has an unusual stained glass window in memory of Royal Flying Corps officer Lieutenant E.C. Landsdale, shot down by the famous Red Baron. As part of the BBC's World War One at Home project, Radio Humberside tells the story behind it here.