A growing Anglican, evangelical church in Weymouth

Welcoming – Worshipping – Loving – Growing

Looking for a church in Weymouth? You can find us right on the seafront, the most prominent landmark for miles. Join us in the church this Sunday at 10.30am (see below for parking details) or live on YouTube – link below. We also meet in each other’s homes throughout the week, to worship, pray, learn, laugh and share together. MORE ABOUT ST JOHN’S

God In The Ordinary podcast

The Parish’s very own Youth Pioneer Joe Hobday is the guest on the latest edition of God In The Ordinary, an award-winning twice-monthly interview podcast that shares relevant stories of God revealed in the everyday—on both sides of the Atlantic.

Listen or download from all major podcast platforms here.

If you or your ministry have ways in which you reveal God in the ordinary rhythm of daily life to the people and in the communities around you, that you’d like to encourage others to try where they are, we’d love to help tell your story. Email us: stories@wiseword.org.uk.

If you wish to donate to Joe’s work at Hope House you can set up a monthly payment or one off donation.

Who we are

St John’s is a growing Anglican, evangelical church in Weymouth


Worship is fundamental to who we are

How to find St John’s Church in Weymouth

Right on the seafront in Weymouth, look for the prominent spire on the Weymouth Esplanade. As you drive towards the church spire from any direction, you will find a one way system with the church yard in the middle where you can park – postcode DT4 7SS. What3Words intervals.holds.steer (enter on Greenhill side on B3155). Alternative parking is available at Weymouth Community Hospital on Melcombe Avenue. DT4 7TB. We have permission to use this Pay & Display car-park on Sundays.

We are also on the main bus routes running along the coast through Weymouth, and are less than 6 minutes walk from Weymouth train station.

Get in touch

Contact us today via email, call 01305 777708 or fill in the form below.


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