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If you’re visiting us for the first time, we hope you know that you are more than welcome. Take a look this information, and if you still have questions then don’t hesitate to get in touch.

what to expect

Our 8am Communion service uses traditional language and there is no singing. This is a very small and friendly gathering. Our 10.30am service is also includes Holy Communion, except on the first Sunday of the month when it is an All Age Service. At this service there are hymns and some parts of the service are sung.

when should i arrive?

It’s up to you! Some people arrive in very good time and like to come and chat before the service, or to sit quietly. Others rush in at the last minute! Do bear in mind that parking can be tricky so factor that in…more details on where we are and where to park can be found here.


what will happen?

what about children?

Children are always really welcome at St George’s. There are plenty of toys and colouring available. Apart from at the All Age Service (first Sunday of the month) there is an opportunity for children to leave for their own group towards the beginning of the 10.30 service. They then return for Communion. For more information about our children’s work, click here.


is the church accessible?

Yes! We have a ramp to allow access from a taxi onto the pavement outside and this is usually in place but if you let us know you are coming the we can make sure. There is space for wheelchairs at the front, and it’s possible to park your mobility scooter in the meeting room. The church is fitted with a hearing loop.

do you have toilets?

Yes! There is one toilet, fully accessible and with baby change facilities, downstairs. There is also another facility upstairs.


Do you serve tea and coffee?

You are really welcome to stay for tea, coffee and lovely biscuits after the 10.30 service.

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