St George the Martyr

St George’s is a progressive and welcoming church in the heart of Wash Common and with St John’s, forms the Anglican benefice of South Newbury. Here are details of regular and occasional services and events at St George’s. For details of benefice-wide activity, please click back to www.stg-stj.org.uk.

Regular Prayer and Worship

Sunday services

8.00am – Holy Communion

9.30am – Parish Communion

Morning Prayer

8.50am, Tuesday on Zoom.

8.50am, Wednesday to Friday in church.

Eucharist

2.00pm on Tuesday in church

Wednesday Worship

7.30pm on Zoom, preceded by chat at 7pm.

Contemplative Prayer

6.00pm – 6.30pm on Thursdays

1st/2nd Thursday at St George’s

3rd/4th Thursday at St John’s

Regular Activities and Events

Tiddlers & Toddlers

Wednesdays during term time, 10.00am – 11.30am in St George’s Hall.

Drop in for parents/carers and babies/toddlers, with toys, crafts and singing.

Sunday Club/CIA

Sundays during term time, groups for children – Sunday Club for primary school age children and CIA (Christians in Action) for secondary age young people. Both are held during the regular 9.30am Sunday service.

Justacross

Sundays during term, 7.30pm.

A group for young people aged 13 – 18.

Mother’s Union

1st Tuesday of each month at 2pm

Held at St George’s.

Retirement Fellowship

3rd Tuesday of each month at 2pm

Held at St George’s.

The Monday Meet

3rd Monday of each month at 8pm.

Held at The Bowler’s Arms

Occasional Activities and Events

Annual Memorial Service

Sunday 31 October at 3pm

A short service to remember and gives thanksgiving for loved ones who have died.

Remembrance Sunday

Sunday 14 November at 10.45am

Outdoor Act of Remembrance, preceded by Holy Communion in church at 9.30am.

Christians Against Poverty Money Course

Monday 8, 15, 22 November, 7:30pm – 9pm in St George’s Church

A free course which will help you to learn to manage your money, budget, save, and spend better.

Living in Love and Faith

From w/c 1 November

a 5-session course to explore living in love and faith together as a church.