Welcome to our first online Harvest Service - we're so glad you can join us! Our service brings you a talk from Diocese of Bath and Well's Rural Advisor Rob Walrond and is led by our Christian Concerns Coordinator Carole Smith. With prayers from other members of our church family, we would be delighted for you to worship together with us.
We are delighted to welcome to our online Sunday Service today, Bishop Ruth as she shares with us a reflection on the Parable of the Sower. Do join us at 10am as we worship together or catch up at a time that suits you - remember church is not just for Sunday.#doingchurchdifferently #BishopRuth #DioceseofBathandWells #faith #hope #love #WorshippingGod #FollowingJesus #LearningTogether
Join with us as we come together to worship online together, even though we are scattered. This week's Sunday service is led by Rev'd Martin Kirkbride, with our reading brought to us by Rev'd Jenny Jeffery and prayers by Rosa Parsloe.
Join us also after the service if you can over on Zoom!
Well the season has arrived once more and although we may no longer have the wonderful Rev'd Clapham, our services are still going ahead to ensure that we can all celebrate this special season together!
Beginning with our Carol Service on Sunday 22nd December at 6pm through to a celebration service on Christmas morning - we hope that there will be a service for everyone.
If you feel that there is no service that you would hope...
How do you like your scones? The Devon way with cream first followed by Jam? Or are you more like the Cornish with the jam first and a lovely dollop of clotted cream on the top?
Well whichever way you have your Cream tea, we would love you to come and join us on Saturday 13th July at 3pm.
What a wonderful Easter we had at St George's. From waving our Palm Crosses on Palm Sunday through to our Three Hours at the Cross led brilliantly by Rev Canon Stephen Bowen and accompanied by organist Ian Carson and ending with a glorious Easter Sunday celebrating our Risen Lord - we are so thankful for this Eastertide.
Thank you to all who joined us and to those who led us.
HE IS RISEN! He is risen indeed -Alleluia. He has giv...
It has been wonderful joining in this Bishop's Lent Challenge. Each week there has been something different to think of and to challenge ourselves with. I know the Bishop's are going to try and carry on at least 2 things now such as "Meatless Mondays" for Bishop Ruth and to "Get the bike out more" for Bishop Peter. Is there anything you can continue to do? These challenges should not just be for Lent, they should be for us al...
Living Well in God’s world – join the Bishops’ Lent Challenge
This year, Bishop Peter and Bishop Ruth are focusing on care for the environment for our Lent Challenge to parishes.
With almost daily news of the damage that humankind is inflicting on the natural world, it seems timely to remind ourselves that as Christians we are called to be good stewards of the world that God has entrusted to us. Our lives should reflect the Goo...
Instead of our usual Soup Saturday, in March the event will be in aid of Christian Aid and all the great work that they do. Please do come along and tell your friends to come to for a bowl of delicious homemade soup in return for a donation to Christian Aid in this season of Lent.
Our most popular service of the year! Our Christingle service includes prayers, readings, carols and nativity songs sung to nursery rhyme tunes!
There is also the all important lighting of the Christingles - a moment filled with awe and wonder for all.
Come and join us - but come early as we are always brilliantly bursting full!Christmas Eve 4.00pm!