Saint John's

Catford & Downham Team Ministry

If you are not able to access Facebook or join in with 

live-streamed services, here you will find links to videos:


Monday - Saturday: 

Morning Prayer 8 a.m. 

Evening Prayer  5 p.m.

Angelus and Mass at noon 


Click here for Sunday Service videos HERE

Thank you to:

Fr Christopher, Ramond and Alice for all the services leading up to and throughout Holy Week and Easter.  And to Fr Hugh Wybrew for his sermons.

Frankie for the Lent course. 

And the Choral Housemates: Frances, Jack, Alexander and Matt for their wonderful music.

The Music Team have put together a video (which will be uploaded later today) with four pieces of music for Good Friday - including:

’The Old Rugged Cross’

1 On a hill far away, stood an old rugged Cross

The emblem of suff'ring and shame

And I love that old Cross where the dearest and best

For a world of lost sinners was slain



So I'll cherish the old rugged Cross

Till my trophies at last I lay down

I will cling to the old rugged Cross

And exchange it some day for a crown


2 Oh, that old rugged Cross so despised by the world

Has a wondrous attraction for me

For the dear Lamb of God, left His Glory above

To bear it to dark Calvary


3 In the old rugged Cross, stain'd with blood so divine

A wondrous beauty I see

For ’twas on that old cross Jesus suffered and died

To pardon and sanctify me


4 To the old rugged Cross, I will ever be true

Its shame and reproach gladly bear

Then He'll call me some day to my home far away

Where His glory forever I'll share


Crux Fidelis

Faithful cross, above all other,
One and only noble tree:
None in foliage, none in blossom,
None in fruit thy peers may be:
Sweetest wood and sweetest iron,
Sweetest weight is hung on thee.


God So Loved the World

God so loved the world,
that he gave his only begotten Son,
that whoso believeth in him should not perish,
but have everlasting life.

For God sent not his Son into the world
to condemn the world;
but that the world through him might be saved.


‘When I survey the wonderous Cross’

1 When I survey the wond'rous Cross
On which the Prince of Glory dy'd,
My richest Gain I count but Loss,
And pour Contempt on all my Pride.

2 Forbid it, Lord, that I should boast,
Save in the Death of Christ my God:
All the vain Things that charm me most,
I sacrifice them to his Blood.

3 See from his Head, his Hands, his Feet,
Sorrow and Love flow mingled down!
Did e'er such Love and Sorrow meet?
Or Thorns compose so rich a Crown?

4 His dying Crimson, like a Robe,
Spreads o'er his Body on the Tree;
Then am I dead to all the Globe,
And all the Globe is dead to me.

5 Were the whole Realm of Nature mine,
That were a Present far too small;
Love so amazing, so divine,
Demands my Soul, my Life, my All.