St John's Church:
Find us at St John’s Church, Church Road, Levens, Cumbria LA8 8PV
The Parish Church of Levens is built on an elevated site with views across the estuary. As people drive along the A590 and notice the church building we hope they have a reminder of God's presence in the world. We look north to the fells and southwest to Morecambe Bay.
Regular Worship & Meetings
St John's Parish Communion
On the 1st, 3rd and 4th Sunday of every month at 10.00am. All Welcome to share in worship. Refreshments are served afterwards. Sometimes on the 5th Sunday we share worship in Heversham or Milnthorpe.
All Age Worship @St John's
Usually the second Sunday of the month at 10.00am. Informal worship with our music group. United worship with Levens Methodist
Monthly Sunday afternoon club for under 11s - usually the second Sunday of the month
Prayer for Healing @ St Johns
On the second Wednesday of the month at 7:00pm. All welcome to a quiet reflection and prayers for healing. Healing for our world, for others and for ourselves.
Parish Prayer @ St Johns
On the 4th Wednesday of the month at 7:00pm. There's a box for prayer requests on the welcome table in church.
Parish News with calendar of Services
Who we are
Priest-in-charge: Reverend Bryan Kerr 015395 61448
Associate Priest for Kent Estuary: Reverend Annette Miller
Lay Reader: Frances Makin
Local Lay Minister: Pam Martin (families and young people).
Churchwardens: Hal Bagot, Pam Martin
The Parochial Church Council makes decisions about the life and ministry of the Church and care of the building.
We are a community of people drawn together by God’s love in Jesus Christ. Together we seek to offer our lives to God in worship and in service. We try to share with one another the love that we receive from God, and we try to share God’s love with all who are our “neighbours” We are part of the Church of England in the diocese of Carlisle this means that we are part of the Anglican Communion (including for example the Episcopal Church of the United Sates of America and the Episcopal Church of Scotland). We are part of the developing Kent Estuary Mission Community.
Mr Hal Bagot 015395 60588
Mrs Pam Martin 07840 671 286 email@example.com
Reverend Bryan Kerr 015395 61448
Getting Married in Church?
Thinking of getting married?
St John's Church is a beautiful setting in a lovely country church. Help us help you make your special day extra special.
Click here to find out about getting married in a Church of England Church.
or contact Reverend Bryan Kerr as above about getting married in Levens.
As a Church community we welcome people of all ages to find out more about faith. Sometimes parents want to bring their child to be christened - please contact Reverend Bryan Kerr or to find out more click this link
Christenings Feedback form
It is always a privilege to help people in the joys and sorrows of life. When some one you love has died it can be a difficult time. At St John's we try to help people after someone has died in the planning of a funeral. The funeral can be in church at the crematorium or by the graveside. If you would like to look at what is involved in planning a funeral please contact Reverend Bryan Kerr as above or look at the Church of England's helpful website by clicking the logo below.
What do we do?
Children and Youth
Care for Social Justice
Care for the environment
Our Mission Statement
(What do we think we are about ?)
To share and show God’s love for the world.
Our Vision Statement (How would we want to be described in 5 years time?)
To be a community that is growing as followers of Jesus.
Download St John's Church history (pdf)
To find out more about the Christian Faith we commend to you 'REJESUS'
Rejesus is a web site endorsed by mainstream Christian denominations in the UK.
Rejesus has a single focus - it goes to the very heart of Christian life and faith - the person of Jesus Christ himself.
Its aim is to reach people who have little previous knowledge of Jesus or the Christian faith and to encourage a step or two of faith. Why don't you try it and see?