St John the Evangelist is in the centre of Hook, Hampshire. It is a brick church which was built in the 1930s and was designed by Edward Maufe the year before he designed Guildford Cathedral. Click here to find out more about St John's. St John's was extended in the early 1990s to provide the addition of the Lady Chapel, the Benefice Office, kitchen and a variety of meeting rooms, which are available to hire.
St John's in Hook is one of the 4 churches in the Benefice, and is the home of the Benefice Office and the Coffee shop. The Benefice Office at St John's is open most days from 9:30 to 12. If you want to visit St John's outside a service or an event, please contact us to check whether we are open. Please view Safeguarding for details of our safeguarding policies and contacts. If you are visiting St John's for the first time, please check out our Accessibility page.
Where to find St John the Evangelist, Hook
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|St John's Church
|St John's is along side the A30 (London Road) in the centre of Hook. There is parking at the church, or parking is available just across the road in the public car park.