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We are in the ten days between Ascension day and Pentecost Sunday and the church worldwide is praying 'Thy Kingdom come'. The prayer is that the love of Christ Jesus would light up every corner of this dark world. During this week we are asked particularly to pray for the Covid 19 situation and St George's church is doing this every day. Find out more about 'Thy Kingdom Come' from the Church of England website where there are prayers, readings, videos, study materials and activities for our children. There is also a booklet to help us to pray about the impact of Covid 19. You can find those prayers on the 'What's on' page with the services as well as on the face book page. Join St George's for morning worship Facebook at 10am Monday to Thursday and Holy Communion live streamed from the vicarage at 10.45 on Sundays. The prayers and readings for this service can be found on the right side bar of the 'Whats on' page. Please keep yourselves safe and if we can help you or pray for you do let us know by using the forms on this website.



The weekly services at St George's are on a Sunday and Thursday.

Each Sunday morning there is a service at 10.45. On the first, third and fourth Sunday of each month there is a service of Holy Communion. The whole church meets together and then Junior Church (our 4-16 year olds) go for their own teaching and activities. The rejoin us to share in the breaking and sharing of bread and wine. After the service those who can stay for a drink and a chat. Families with younger children are very welcome too and there is a soft play area and book bags to help these little ones feel at home in church.

On the second Sunday of each month we have a service of Morning Worship at 10.45 and Holy Communion at 6pm. The morning service is planned by different members of the ministry team, usually is to a particular theme and often involves our young people in the service. The evening Holy Communion is less formal than the morning Holy Communion but usually includes some music and a time for reflection or discussion.

On a Thursday morning at 10am there is also a service of Holy Communion. This is also quite informal and as we share communion we also think about the Bible passage set for the day and pray for our community. After this service may people stop for a coffee and a chat in the Community Cafe.

Once a month, usually the first Sunday, it is possible that there will be a Baptism during the morning service. If you want to know more about this look under Special Services on this website.