To help us mark our time in school during Holy Week, each class has reflected on one of the stations of the cross. These have been made into a SWAY which we are happy to share with our St John’s families. Please click the link to access the SWAY.
We have adjusted the gates for some classes and revised the P7 school times as we head into Term 3. These new changes take effect from 20th April.new-entrance-and-exits-from-April-v2
Fr Jock writes:
‘This Friday at 9.30am we will be livestreaming Children’s Stations of the Cross from St John’s.
Sadly, the church will not be open for a congregation but below is the link for anyone who’d like to watch/participate.
Many thanks to all the children who have agreed to read, and to the co-ordinating team.
Please do join us – it’s a heart-warming experience to hear the Way of the Cross through the voices of the little ones Jesus loved so much….’
Remember you can always view our daily Masses updated list here:
St John’s parish Church have put together this Portobello Treasure Trail as a fundraiser during Easter. The trail follows a loop of Portobello where it’s likely our young people will be spending much of their time over the holidays given current restrictions.
We hope it will be a good way for them to raise awareness of this beautiful location whilst helping a really good cause. Some lovely prizes are up for grabs as a little reward. Adults are obviously more than welcome to take part too and there are book vouchers and chocolate available for the lucky winners.
Entry instructions can be found on the attached PDF.Portobello-Treasure-Trail-Doc