There will be one in-person service on Harvest Sunday 3rd October at 11:15am. It will be held in the garden, weather permitting. Masks will still be worn.
Harvest Sunday is a time celebrated in the Church calendar when we thank God for his provision and abundant blessings. We mark the day by bringing forward nonperishable food items that will be donated to the Salvation Army to support their ministry of feeding homeless and vulnerable people in Barcelona.
We are not pre-registering, but you must still sign in so we can track-and-trace attendees in the event of any subsequent cases of COVID-19 being discovered after any of the services. We’ll see how it goes and adjust accordingly.
The Virtual Service continues to be available online here.
Read Click here to download this week’s Service Sheet
Watch Click here to watch a video of the service on YouTube (around an hour)
NOTE: We will record the service live and then post it directly onto YouTube afterwards, so people can watch it at home if they cannot manage to come to church in person.
Monthly virtual coffee time at 5pm. Prepare a coffee or tea at home and connect with others in the St George’s community via Zoom on the first Sunday of each month. To join, use the Zoom link sent on the group chat, or contact Rachel Nelson or Revd John Chapman and they can share the link with you.
Donate: St George’s needs your ongoing support, as our costs continue even when we cannot meet together physically. Go to our Giving page where you can make an online donation through DonorBox.