Chester Tourist Information
FacebookTwitterYoutubeTell A Friend Bookmark
Home
Hotels
Guest Houses
Chester Events
Visiting Chester
Parking
Shopping
Business
Chester Pubs
Restaurants
Tickets
Chester Live!
Community
Contact Us
Navigation : Home > Visiting > Map > St Johns > Inside St Johns
Make Font LargerMake Font Smaller St John's Church

Inside St John's Church

<<< Back to Tours

St John's Church
Parish of Chester
Rector Revd David Chesters OBE
Parish Office
01244 403 634
Parish parishofchester@tiscali.co.uk
Rector rectorofchester@btinternet.com
www.parishofchester.com

Inside St John's

The Nave

The Nave St John's

The West Window

The West Window St John's

Mace Board Showing the Mayors of Chester

Mace Board Showing the Mayors of Chester St John's

Medieval Grave Slabs

Medieval Grave Slabs St John's

17th Century Memorials

17th Century Memorials Inside St John's
17th Century Memorials Inside St John's

George Marsh Memorial

George Marsh Memorial Inside St John's Chester

The Warburton chapel

The Warburton chapel Inside St John's Church Chester

Click to go back >>>
Painting of St. John

New Refreshments, Books, Guided Tours

Pilgrims Rest Cafe

Chester International Living History Fayre


Chester International Living History Fayre 2015
This year we will 'Officially begin' with a short service to commemorate VE Day (8 May see Mass on 8 May at St Peter's). The flags of the Allies will be laid up in the Sanctuary

Minstrels Court

The ancient tradition of granting minstrels in Cheshire licence to play their instruments was reinstated, with the blessing of Prince Charles.

tba

St John's Festival Orchestra

St John's Festival Orchestra

External Links

www.parishofchester.com
St John's Business Card

http://www.chesterwalls.info/stjohn.html

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/St_John_the_Baptist's_Church,_Chester

http://www.megalithic.co.uk/article.php?sid=10699


www.sjproject.co.uk
SJProject
The Parish Church of St. Johnís is a priceless asset, not only to the City of Chester, but to the wider world. St. Johns' walls have seen over a thousand years of prayer and events which have impacted on the history of the British Isles. It is the oldest Christian Site in Chester as well as one of the oldest in the United Kingdom.
St. Johnís doors are open 365 days of the year allowing people to pray or admire its unique architecture. St. John's is a place of peace in a busy world. We as its custodians want it to remain available for future generations, to do so we need to make St. John's well known to wider varieties of the public. Hence the Project!
THE ROMANS CAME!
THE SAXONS CAME!
THE NORMANS CAME!
WE WANT YOU TO COME!
The Door's of St. John's are open to you all.

Internal Links

Outside St John's

Feature Article #4

Leaflet

This page was last updated

Instant Hotel Search in association with LateRooms.com Chester Hotels

Designed by ButtonITNet Chester U.K. for Chestertourist.com Hosted in the U.S.A. Canvas Host