St John’s Corringham

St John's AltartSt John’s was built in 1958 to service the new town of Corringham. It is a daughter church of St Mary’s. Built in a modern style it offers a space well suited for modern catholic worship. The hall that forms part of the church building is a well used local resource and its town centre location makes it ideal for occasional visits. We welcome anyone to any of our services and invite you to come in and pray with us whenever the church is open.

Clubs that use our building include a pre-school, martial arts, brownies group and a Darby & Joan Club. If you are interested in using this space then please see our hall hire page for contact details.

Find Us

 By Car

Driving along the A13 from either direction turn off at the A1014 Stanford le Hope, Corringham, Thames Gateway Port. Follow signs to Corringham along the A1014 Manorway. At the traffic lights stay in left lane and go straight ahead. After 100m take the slip road to the left, A1014(E), Coryton. Just before the traffic lights bear left and then immediately turn left into Springhouse Road. At the mini roundabout go straight ahead. After about 400m turn left into St. John’s Way, St. John’s Church is on the right. There is on-street parking or town centre car parks.

For those with Sat Nav the Post Code to use is SS17 7LJ

By Public Transport

The nearest railway station is Stanford le Hope. This is train operator c2c which runs trains from London Fenchurch Street to Shoeburyness. From the station take the 100 bus towards Corringham/Basildon/Chelmsford. Alight at Gordon Road, Corringham Town Centre. It is a five minute walk through the town centre shopping precinct to St. John’s Church.

c2c also run trains from London Fenchurch Street to Shoeburyness via Basildon. This is a faster and more frequent service than the service to Stanford le Hope. From Basildon Bus Station take the 100 bus towards Corringham/Grays/Lakeside. Alight at Gordon Road, Corringham Town Centre. It is a five minute walk through the town centre shopping precinct to St. John’s Church.

Buses run every hour on a Sunday and Bank Holiday. There is a more frequent service Monday to Saturday.