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Back in September 2022, the queues to pay respects to the late Queen reached 25 hours.
There were many reasons why people joined the The Queue, but one thing united them – in the words of a famous footballer, it was something that “was meant to be shared”.
Festival services and events are one of those times that are meant to be shared – so do come, be a part of it and share the experience with others.
Last Sunday of the month, 6.30pm
Service, Song | Silence | Contemplation
Taizé is a wonderful way to take a breath in the midst of all that life involves. With music, readings alongside silence and space to contemplate means that you can leave refreshed and revived for the week ahead.
18th May 2023
Join us as we celebrate the moment when Jesus return to the Father – his mission complete.
Ascension is really important to Christians, as Christ returns to his place within the Trinity complete with his wounds, interceding for us at His Father’s side.
Thy Kingdom Come
18th-28th May 2023
We’re joining with the global wave of prayer from Ascension to Pentecost – watch this space for more information!
28th May 2023
Do come and be part of our Pentecost Celebrations, when we remember the moment when God’s Holy Spirit was given to the disciples after Jesus’ ascension, empowering them, and us, to begin the work of making making his name known throughout the world.
Summer BBQ & Games
28th May 2023 4pm
Food, games and good company – what else do you need to enjoy a summer’s afternoon?! (And, *ahem*, Parish Centre booked in case of any inclement weather!).
Open to all the community, for all ages and stages.
Sunday, 25th June 1pm
Do come along to Joh Leigh Park as we gather together to give thanks for all our animals friends, of whatever shape and size!
We’re being joined by charities and organisations that work with animals too – with each one being given a free stall in which to publicise what they do, and perhaps raise some much needed funds! Do sign up below.
Some exciting plans are being enacted!
Last night we had our PCC meeting - it's a bit like a governors meeting for a school, but it's where we keep an eye on what is going on, and steer what we do strategically as a church. There is often a feeling that such meetings can be boring, but yesterday...
Well, it's not often that you get to celebrate the Coronation of a new monarch, and so we took the opportunity to have another party! The day started with our morning services incorporating prayers for King Charles III and the sermon started with a small quiz on...
St. George’s Day is celebrated in style!
What a wonderful day! We're never one to miss an opportunity to celebrate here at St George's, and this was no exception! We started St George's day by raising a toast to all who are involved in St George's, for all the time, money and skills that people give, and for...
Easter Saturday is marked by a poignant service with an Easter Fire
Easter Saturday is one of the holy nights - following the Jewish Custom of a day starting when the sun set, so Christians throughout the world gather to light 'Easter Fire's' either on the night before Easter Sunday or the morning of it. This is a traditional...