Gloucester has long been proud of its history, both because of the deeds of its ancestors and because it was one of the earliest English settlements in this country. St John's church is no different in this respect from the community in which it is located.
The design of the building includes vaulted ceilings with exposed beams, indicating our Anglican traditions coupled with simplicity of furnishings, and while plaster walls typical of the best of New England and its Puritan roots.
Part of the intrigue of this type of construction is that the inside of the structure resembles that of an upside-down ship and that the structural members make crosses in various forms and triangles which signify the Holy Trinity.
Useful InformationSaint Johns Avenue
Telephone: 01452 855553
Additional InformationRegular services every weekend.