There will be two in-person services on Remembrance Sunday 8th November: one at 10am and the other at 11:15am with a Youth Bible Study.
As every year, we are supporting the Royal British Legion’s Poppy Appeal. Poppies and a few other items are available at church for a donation. For those unable to come to church and want virtual poppies, follow these links to the British Legion and the Poppy Appeal.
Today St George’s inaugurates a Memorial Area in the church garden to serve as a quiet place of prayer, reflection and remembrance.
You must register to attend the service in person: email firstname.lastname@example.org or you can ring the church office on 93 417 8867.
The deadline for registering is 7pm on the Friday before the Sunday you plan to attend. Alternatively, if you attend on a Sunday you can register then for the following Sunday. If a service is full, you will be asked to move to another service. You are only registered when you receive a confirmation email. Entry is still via the back garden gate. Any last-minute changes to the Sunday services will be communicated to those who are registered.
Our Virtual Services continue 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 47 minutes)
There are no song links. There is some music in the video. Do take time at home to observe the silence for Remembrance.
New this week for the first time is a Virtual Coffee Time at 5pm. Prepare yourself a coffee or tea at home, perhaps some cake too, and connect with others in the St George’s community via Zoom. To join, you should have received the Zoom link in the weekly church email. If not, please 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. We have now made online giving easier. Go to our Giving page and you can now make an online donation through DonorBox.