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SERVICES

A WARM WELCOME TO ALL - YOUNG AND OLD

A warm welcome to all visitors.  Please make yourselves known to us!

 

If you have children or babies with you, please be assured that we do like them!!  They're a welcome part of our congregation. 

Don't worry if they want to run around, talk, cry or make a noise - we don't mind in the slightest.

We can also provide some toys or colouring pencils and paper if required - and there are good toilet facilities in the Church Room!

Service Times

 

Sundays and Holy Days 


There is a regular sung Mass every Sunday at 9.30am, with incense, bellringing, and occasional choir. Our worship is grounded in the Anglo-Catholic tradition of the Church of England. Refreshments are normally served at the end of most services.

Wednesday 

 

Low Mass 10.30 AM 

 

Due to Covid-19 we kindly ask that you observe the following precautionary measures.

1. Please use hand sanitiser upon arrival and departure from church. 

2. Please wear a mask (unless exempt).

3. Please refrain from sharing the Peace. 

4. Please refrain from practicing intinction (dipping the Sacred Host in the chalice) as this carries the risk of spreading harmful bacteria. 

5.Communion will be administered under one kind until further notice. 

Life Events

 

 

Weddings, Funerals, Christenings and Burial of Ashes can all take place at St. George's at this current time. 

Home communion, visitation of the sick and housebound, and the Sacrament of Reconciliation available upon request

 

Contact Father Owen or one of the churchwardens for further details.

 

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Father Owen: 01424 882201

 

 

Duncan Reid: 01424 882412

David Oliver: 01424 882037​

Worship & Outreach

There is a regular sung Eucharist and/or Holy Communion service held every Sunday, a Family Service for All once a month, and we share in the

Benefice Evensong. The congregation participates in prayers, reading of the scriptures and some less formal worship. Our worship is based on

the Church of England Tradition.

Tea & Coffee is served at the end of most services.