Join us for a time of reflection and stillness
with Archdeacon Robert Jones
Theme is ” the Lillies of the Field.
We start at 12.30 with soup and a roll and finish with tea and cake at 3pm. No charge is made but a suggested donation of £3.00 is welcome
jane Silvery on 01905610581
And if you cant make this date then our next one is November 23rd.
Hope to see you there.
Exploring Faith through Creativity
painting, clay, printing, craft, creative writing, textiles, collage, etc
Our new Term begins on TUESDAY SEPT 11th.
Everyone is so very welcome to join us as we look to express faith through creativity. We gather at 9.30 am for coffee followed by worship and a bible reading on a theme. This is followed by activities using paint, clay, modelling wood,creative writing,needlecrafts etc. The morning ends with a fellowship meal of soup and rolls.
Look at our website to see what we do .
We have produced a book of photographs of the Exhibition we held this May. Do go and look at our book on the table at the back of church to see some of the art work we have produced. You will be amazed!
Next session is Sept 11th
Free to all and bring your friends.
Tickets £3 per adult or £6 for the whole family
Sat 15th Sept 5-8pm
Bring and Share Supper
Licensed Bar and Raffle
Tickets available from Michael and Jane Silvery on 01905 610581
Or you can pay on the door
All proceeds in aid of Saint George’s Organ Restoration fund.
THE MAGDALENE ORCHESTRA
Conductor: Ivan Oliver
Leader: Shulah Oliver
Conductor: Sue Black
The return of the hugely popular Last Night of the Proms to Saint George’s Church this September will be a poignant occasion. The concert is dedicated to the memory of Ian Pattison, the much loved organiser and conductor of many previous Last Night of the Proms concerts, and is in aid of Saint George’s Organ Restoration Fund, a project very dear to Ian’s heart.
The programme will feature songs from Gilbert & Sullivan and Rogers & Hammerstein and music by Mozart, Strauss and Elgar. As usual the audience will be invited to enter into the spirit of the occasion with flag waving, singing and general encouragement as the orchestra plays the traditional closing items.
Tickets £12, Students £8, Under 16s FREE
Available on the door or from Friends of St George’s Church: 01905 28045
St. George’s Summer Fair 2018
Thanks to everyone who came along and visited the Fair and to all those who helped in any way. It was a fabulous event and a wonderful coming together of the whole community.
14 people were ordained this weekend to serve in parishes across the Diocese including our much loved Rev Paula Honniball, who having completed her first year of training as a curate was ordained Priest and will continue serving in the ministry team of St John the Baptist, Claines and St George’s, Barbourne.
A special service of Ordination was held at Claines Church on Sunday, 1st July at 4pm. Bishop Graham presided and was joined by Archdeacon Rick Simpson (Archdeacon of Auckland in the Diocese of Durham) who preached an inspiring sermon.
Rev Paula will preside at her first Eucharist on Sunday 8th July at Saint George’s church at 10am, everyone is welcome.
QUIET GARDEN AFTERNOON Friday 29 June The theme will be A Gift from the Sea. We start at 12.30pm with soup and a roll and finish at 3pm after tea and cake. All are welcome. There is no charge but a minimum donation of £3 is much appreciated. Any
queries please contact Jane Silvey on 01905 610581.
CHRISTIAN AID AT ST GEORGE’S – A STRAWBERRY TEA IN JUNE Our big fundraiser at St George’s for Christian Aid is on Sunday 24 June, 4 – 6 p.m. There will be strawberries and cream, scones and cakes, plus lovely live music from Five for Silver folk band. Please come and bring your friends and family.
Tickets (£6) will be on sale— Alison Clarke at St George’s or email email@example.com And also Joy Kyte in church