All posts by Jo Musson

Who was Jesus? What do Christians believe?

Would you like to know more about Jesus and the Christian faith? Do you have lots of questions but don’t know what to believe? We are starting a new group for people who want to know more, which can also lead to Confirmation, but there is no obligation or pressure.Call or email Rev Jo Tel 01905 780200

Candlemas Service 2nd February 10am

Sunday 2nd February 10am

A special service when we celebrate Jesus being presented by his parents at the temple. Simeon tells them that Jesus will be a light to the nations. We will bless all the candles in church and everyone will each receive a special candle which will be blessed and can be taken home, our own little bit of the Light of the World which we can share. The children will take the Nativity figures out of the stable as on this day we start the journey towards Lent. Refreshments are always served after the service.

Eternal Light, shine into our hearts;
eternal Goodness, deliver us from evil;
eternal Power, be our support;
eternal Wisdom, scatter the darkness of our ignorance;
eternal Pity, have mercy on us;
that with all our heart and mind and strength
   we may seek your face
and be brought by your infinite mercy
   to your holy presence;
through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen

Crib Service Christmas Eve 4.30pm

Come and hear the story of that first Christmas, and see the characters as they journey to Bethlehem to find the baby Jesus. You are welcome to come dressed as shepherds or angels too, if you would like to. This is the perfect way to start Christmas and a wonderful Christmas Eve tradition for you and your family. Come early to get a seat.

Autumn Quiz Sat 19th October 7 for 7.30pm

The Friends of Saint George’s Church present this popular social event, an Autumn Quiz on Saturday 19th October 7pm for 7.30 in the Magdalene Room (the Hall to the right of the church WR1 1HX). Teams are of 4 people, so come as a team with your friends or come on your own and make new friends. Tickets are £8 (£3 for under 14’s) to include a delicious home cooked two course hot meal, families are most welcome. This is a very popular event so please book your tickets in good time. There will also be a licensed bar, raffle prizes and nibbles. Contact Jane on 01905 610581 for tickets.

Autumn Ceilidh 14th September 5pm – 8pm

This evening there will be a Ceilidh in the Church. With Elisabeth Witter as Caller and a fabulous folk band. If you’ve never been to a Ceilidh before, think Barn Dance and think ‘all ages’. Even little ones can join in, as well as not so little ones, slightly more mature ones, and the very wise ones! Even teenagers will join in so it’s a wonderful family event. And those who can’t join in or who prefer not to, will enjoy watching the fun and laughing when it all goes wrong! The more the merrier there is no limit.

The tickets are £3 each, or £6 for a family, and we invite everyone to bring one item of food that can be shared, for example a bowl of salad, a plate of sandwiches, a quiche or pizza, cold meats or cheeses. Or a cake or dessert.

There is a licensed bar with beer, lager, wine, even Gin & Tonic, as well as soft drinks. The Ceilidh is a well loved event in Saint George’s social calendar. Why watch Strictly when you can come and dance for real yourself!

Bishop’s Certificate Course

Bishop’s Certificate Course 2019/2010

Would you like to know more about the Bible and the Christian faith? Was the last course you did Confirmation Class? Then the Bishop’s Certificate Course might be for you! It covers the Old Testament, the life and teaching of Jesus, Baptism, Prayer, the Eucharist, the Holy Spirit, Discipleship and a whole lot more. It is a weekly course spread out over 1 year (30 weeks in all) and only costs £30 for the whole course (with financial support if needed). No academic qualifications are required – just enthusiasm and commitment. The 2 most local courses this year start in October, at St Augustine’s Droitwich Mondays 7.30pm, and Barbourne Tuesdays 10.30am. If anyone wants to know more please contact the Parish Office 01905 759702.

Cafe Church Communion 10am Sunday 15th December

On the third Sunday of each month we worship Cafe style in the Magdalene Room, the Hall to the right of the church. This informal gathering starts at 10am, with the worship band leading the worship, breakfast, fresh coffee, activities for all, and a child friendly space for babies and toddlers. The service usually lasts just over an hour and is relaxed and informal. You will find a warm and friendly welcome. In December we will experience Cafe Church Communion for the first time, sharing bread and wine together.