We hope to provide something for people of all ages. Leaders are DBS checked.

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Home Groups

Many people at St George's attend home groups. These meet in people's homes and offer time for to get to know each other over a cup of coffee, and build friendships within the church congregation. There are also discussions, generally based on the Bible, helping us to explore our faith and support each other on our spiritual journey.

There are home groups meeting during the day and during the evening. Some meet weekly and some monthly. Everyone is welcome to join a group. 

Chatty Craft

This group meets to knit, crochet and sew together over a cup of tea or coffee. They meet between 1pm and 2.30pm on Thursdays and enjoy sharing skills and experiences. Many of the items they make are for particular causes and they have made blankets for older people and vests for newborns in places where parents have no money for basic clothes for their infants.

Saturday Night Group

The Saturday Night Group is a social group for vulnerable adults from the community and church members share friendship and fellowship with them. We have been regularly meeting for almost 20 years on a Saturday evening between 7.00pm and 8.30pm.  The group provides an opportunity to chat and play games over a warm drink and cake. During the summer months we sometimes enjoy an early evening walk. We also take the opportunity, where possible and appropriate, to join in with other church social activities. The group has a number of longstanding members but gives a warm welcome to new members who want to join in.

Creating a safe and secure environment is important for all members. Those church members who regularly support the group have all been checked through the Disclosure and Barring Service.

If you would like to find out more about the Saturday Night Group, please fill in the contact form and we will get back to you.

Tuesday Lunch

On Tuesdays we have an open lunch for people who use the foodbank, need a safe place to talk, or wish to access a Job Centre worker. This is run by trained volunteers.