About St George's Altrincham

St George’s Stands tall at the top of the junction of the A56 & the A560, and has been serving the Parish of Altrincham since 1799. We’re part of the Diocese of Chester in the Church of England.
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A place to be with God

For centuries, we’ve been gathering together for regular worship.  Our style on a Sunday dignified, relaxed and friendly. It is largely traditional (so we enjoy singing hymns and celebrate the Eucharist (Communion) at most of our services), but alongside celebrating the tradition that we have had gifted to us, we also gather together in the present, so we use modern words and prayers, and our eyes are firmly fixed on the future, making sure that all our services refresh and equip us for the week ahead.

 

Your church, in your community

Our faith matters to us – whether for some of us are just exploring what faith might mean, or for those us all who have been on this journey for year,  we try and allow our faith to infiltrate our week ahead.  So as a church, we also seek to provide space for our community to meet, make friends, and, especially this year, enjoy some warmth, hot drinks and food.

 

Who We Are

Our Team

 

Our Vicar, Claire Corley

Parish Safeguarding Officer, Liv Tattum

Parish Administrator, Lynda Higgins

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Children & Families Lead, Dee Owen

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Organist & Musical Director, Russell Medley

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Ordinand, Josie Ford

Church Warden, Robert Moscrop

Church Warden, Kevin Davis

Caretaker, Peter Axelsen

What we believe

The Christian Faith is not a tick list of good behaviour, but is a journey of discovering how much we are known, forgiven, loved and wanted. As we explore that, so we find ourselves being invited to love in return, and join God in his work of bringing light and goodness to all places and all people.

The Church of England encompasses a wide range of ways of expressing that, and providing the space for people to reflect on what faith in Christ might mean.  More information can be found here: https://www.churchofengland.org/our-faith/what-we-believe.

We would describe ourselves as a Liberal Anglo-Catholic Parish welcoming all ages and stages into a vibrant and loving community of faith.

Latest News

Lent & Easter 2024!

Lent & Easter 2024!

Lent and Easter are two very special seasons for Christians throughout the world. It’s the time when we stand back, take stock and reflect and remember once again Christ’s journey to the cross.  It’s inevitably a more serious season – the church is bare, and...

Pancakes Galore!

Pancakes Galore!

It was with a bit of consternation that we realised that Shrove Tuesday landed right in the middle of half term. A few chats with people here and there, and we began to imagine that the whole of Altrincham might be heading off on holiday (a slight over exaggeration,...

A Christmas Ceilidh!

A Christmas Ceilidh!

Fun, laughter and lots, and lots, of cheese! Despite the appalling weather, the warm Parish Room was transformed into a twinkling haven  as all ages and stages gathered together to dance and chat the gloomy night away! Here at St George’s, we’ve been exploring ways to...

A month of hospitality!

A month of hospitality!

Thanks to the ever-talented Miss Stevens, each class in Altrincham CE Primary School have had a Posada which is spending Advent travelling from house to house. It’s the first time that we’ve done this, and it has created a lovely buzz of excitement as the children...

A Gift From Us To You!

A Gift From Us To You!

What a giveaway! It made for the most joyous starts to Advent: 500 Christmas Decorations, loving knitted by our Knit & Natter Group over the past year were scattered around our Parish. A set of 5 was to be found (Baby Jesus, Angel, Mary, Joseph and a King), each...

A day of construction!

A day of construction!

After many weeks of hard work making sure that these wonderful figures were in tip-top condition, the day had finally arrived to get them put up! Over the past couple of years, thanks to the inspired work of Altrincham Baptist Church (ABC), John Leigh Park has been...

Address

St George's Parish Church
Church Street
Altrincham
Greater Manchester
WA14 4DB

0161 941 4037

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