Corona virus update (June 2021)

The opening of Christ Church for private prayer and worship has been reviewed regularly during the pandemic. Christ Church is now open for services on Wednesdays and Sundays at 10.30am, and for personal prayer on Wednesdays from 9.15am.

The other churches in our Aldenham, Radlett & Shenley Team Ministry have also re-opened for Sunday services. Details are available on the pew leaflets for St John the Baptist Aldenham and St Martin’s Shenley, posted on the website for Christ Church & St John’s

Members of our community are encouraged to join us in church, or if that is your preference to stay at home; in either case to continue to pray at home, to remain in touch with those known to be lonely or in need, and to contact one of our church leaders if necessary (details available on the back page of the Christ Church & St John’s pew leaflets, also available on the website). Remember - God is everywhere, not just in church.


Please note that the Church Office is open on weekday mornings. The post of Vicar of Radlett is vacant.  If you need a member of clergy please contact the Acting Team Rector, the Revd Robert Fletcher (Aldenham), on 01923 85420 or email him.

Everyone can help during this pandemic and congregations are asked to be at the forefront of providing practical care and support for the most poor and most vulnerable during the crisis.  A booklet entitled "Being a Good Neighbour" from Communities 1st can be downloaded here. If you wish to be included in our Shepherding scheme or WhatsApp group, please contact the church office.

Ideas for personal worship can be found herehere and also on the church Facebook page from time to time. Those wishing to receive the weekly pewsheet by email should contact the Church Office.  Join us for a Prayer meeting by Zoom on Saturday mornings - details on the Pew Leaflet (found on the News page) and via the Shepherding WhatsApp group.

We are all in this together and with God's help we will all get through this. If you need help in any way or a chat please call the Church Office, either of the Churchwardens, Fiona Turner or Caroline Newman, Jeremy Newton or Susan Brown (contact details on the pack of the pew leaflet) and we will help where we can, and if we can't we will find someone who can.

All of us can help and support each other. Even if we are unable to go out, we can keep in touch with each other by phone, WhatsApp, email, Messenger and offer help or just to chat. No one should feel they are alone. Keep calm, use your common sense, carry on and keep praying.

Bishop Alan's golden rules