A growing Anglican, evangelical church in Weymouth

Welcoming – Worshipping – Loving – Growing

You can easily find us right on the seafront in Weymouth, the most prominent landmark for miles. Join us in the church this Sunday at 10.30am – park in church yard (enter from roundabout at junction between Dorchester Road and Esplanade – postcode DT4 7SS and map below) or live on YouTube – link below. On October 3rd JOIN US FOR HARVEST LUNCH after the service. We also meet in each other’s homes throughout the week, to worship, pray, learn, laugh and share together. MORE ABOUT ST JOHN’S


Vicar’s Iron Man Challenge

Rev Tom Coopey was interviewed on BBC news, having completed the Iron Man 70.3 challenge in Weymouth, raising hundreds of pounds for Hope House. “It was really tiring – over 7 hours swimming in the sea, cycling and running, but I enjoyed it, encouraged along the way by friends and family.”

Who we are

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


Worship is fundamental to who we are


Can you help SHARE wonderful opportunity for a family and children’s worker.  Huge opportunities to develop a completely new role / new areas of ministry in a rapidly growing family-focussed church, with huge vision to reach the wider community and brilliant facilities for community activities. Very strong connections with local church schools. Could be part-time or full-time or job share for a couple / two people. Is God calling you to live by the beach and work with some amazing kids and families? Is this right for you – or someone you know?

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.  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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