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Youtube:     St John's Malone Channel

Email addresses:

For Pastoral support:               malone@connor.anglican.org

For Administrative matters:      secstjohns@btinternet.com



Welcome to the website of St Johnís, Malone, an Anglican Parish situated in the heart of south Belfast. We hope this website will help visitors to Belfast to find us.

At the start of the Coronavirus Virus outbreak in March the Church and Halls were closed and all Parish activities and Organisations were suspended. No-one was to enter the Church or Halls without first contacting the Rector. (...more)

From then on Services were provided initially on Facebook but eventually uploaded to a "St John's Malone" channel on Youtube. Services and music recorded or streamed during this period are available by clicking on the following link:

                  Recordings during Coronavirus Crisis


In a gradual easing of restrictions the Northern Ireland Executive in May allowed churches to open again for Private Prayer and from Monday 29 June allowed Church Services to recommence subject to strict distancing and hygiene procedures being in place.

(Click for Archbishop John McDowell's Statement)


Initially St John's is open for Private Prayer on Thursday evenings from 5pm to 6pm with suitable cleansing and distancing procedures to be observed.

Click for Protocol for Visiting for Private Prayer

 The Church reopened for Services on Sunday 2 August 2020.

Care for others:

 If you know of someone in need of food, practical help or a phone call please reach out to them, or if you are unable to help please phone the Parish Office (Tel 028 9066 7861), Canon Fielding or Norman Campbell.

Free will Offering

As parishioners will not be in church for some months, if you are not already paying your Free Will Offering by Standing Order we would ask you if you are able to please consider doing so. The Parish Treasurer can provide details or email the Parish Office

Since the Eucharist on St Patrick's Day 17 March 2020 during the Covid-19 Lockdown we have been unable to hold public Worship in the Church. With the easing of Government restrictions Public Worship was able to recommence on Sunday 2 August 2020 (albeit with spacing and hygiene restrictions).

As many are still uncomfortable about returning Services will continue to be recorded and will be available later on the St John's Malone Youtube Channel and the St John's facebook page

 We hope parishioners, who as a result of the Coronavirus Crisis still fell uncomfortable to meet with others indoors, may continue to feel part of our worshipping community.

Service Sheets with readings and prayers are provided for each Sunday and links will be provided below to take you to our upcoming or recent Services.

 Various resources you may wish to have before watching our:Services

Book of Common Prayer       Bible Readings


The Church reopened for Public Worship on Sunday 2 Aug 2020

Please read the notes on what to expect in the Rector's

emails or letters.

It is closed again from Friday 27 Nov to Friday 11 Dec


Sunday 29 Nov       Advent Sunday

10.30 am:  The Euchatrist (Order 2)

      There is no Order of Service

..     Recording of Service

Wednesday evenings at 7.30pm - Compline (BCP p 154)

Livestreamed on St John's Malone Facebook page

On 1st wed in month on Zoom - Meeting ID and Password in Rector's email

Thursday mornings at 10.30am in Church -
The Eucharist (Order 2) and Intercessions for those in any kind of need


Congratulations to our new Bishop
The Rt Rev George Davison was consecrated Bishop in St Patrick's Cathedral, Armagh on Thursday 3 September.:Further information and a Recording of the Service are available on the Diocese of Connor website.

St john's, Malone  Charity Registration Number NIC101984

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