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Worship at St George’s


At St George’s there is a lively and growing congregation and we offer fellowship and a network of friends of all ages. There is a wide range of activities during the week for different groups, and our services aim to provide something for all age groups. Throughout the year there are many social events, together with outreach activities and courses. Prayer is always available to support and encourage.

We are a group of friends that together put our trust in God:

  • Together seeking to form an adult faith in a confusing world;
  • Encouraging each other in the fellowship of the world-wide Christian family, extending over twenty centuries;
  • Guiding our children to grow in faith at each stage of their lives;
  • Providing the village with a beautiful and well-maintained venue for public worship, private prayer and meditation.



In any month there will be modern, traditional, set and informal services and the programme varies according to the seasons of the year. Please check here for details of What’s On This Sunday. Continue reading for a more general idea of the main worship pattern here at St George’s:



On the 1st Sunday of the month there is a service of Holy Communion at 8.00 am.

10.30 am – WORSHIP

1st Sunday: Family Service: a lively and informal service with music from our group, Revelation.

2nd Sunday: Parish Communion.

3rd Sunday: All Age Communion, with music from Revelation.

4th Sunday: Morning Prayer.

5th Sunday: As advertised in the weekly pew notice, Parish Magazine and website.


10.30 am – SUNDAY CLUB

Children and young people meet during term time in the Church Rooms on the second and fourth Sundays of each month. Family Service is on the first Sunday of the month and All-Age Communion is on the third Sunday, to which the whole family is invited.



Evening Services comprise a variety of styles of worship:

Starting at 6.30 pm from April to October and 5.00 pm from November to March

1st Sunday: No evening service.

2nd Sunday: An informal evening service, often with a Taizé or Iona influence.

3rd Sunday: No evening service.

4th Sunday: Holy Communion.

5th Sunday: Film Night/informal service, as advertised.

Community services are held during the year; for example the Women’s World Day of Prayer in March, a service in the Memorial Hall for Christian Aid Week in May, and an open-air service which is held in July on the village green, to the music of the Salvation Army band. Look out for news of The Labyrinth at St George’s, which is open as and when advertised.