ST JOHN FELLOWSHIP
The St John Fellowship was created on St John Day 1983 to provide a group for serving and former members of St John Ambulance and members of the Order to enable them to have a more informal involvement with St John whilst still supporting the charity and its humanitarian work.
The membership has been expanded over the years to include those who wish to support the Charity in some way but may have not have previously had any formal involvement.
The Fellowship is organised into local groups, called branches, which are self-governing to suit local requirements. Each branch elects their own Chairman, Secretary, Treasurer and Committee from its members, and is supported by the National Officers and Regional Representatives. There are over 150 Fellowship Branches across the UK. St John Gateway is one of the newest branches of the Fellowship. Fellowship members support the humanitarian works of the Order of St John through fundraising, volunteering, providing support to members and in many other ways.
It is hoped that members of St John Gateway will embrace this tradition of service to the widest St John community.