The theme of this month’s Parish News is (Mothering Sunday) and Lent and includes a book review of the Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby’s latest book, an article about our late and much-loved friend (and MBE), Isabel Aitken, and a report from Julia Wilson on the worship she experienced on her recent visit to Uganda … [Read more…]
St George’s is pleased to be part of Churches Together in Kendal and District’s (CTiKD) Week of Prayer for Christian Unity. Running from January 22 to January 29, churches in the area throw their doors open to other Christians, welcoming them to a variety of different service. The programme includes: Monday 22 January 8.30am: Morning Prayer … [Read more…]
The February issue of the Parish News ranges from the Team Rector’s thoughts on ‘restoring the balance of the world’ to the Editor’s reflections on Holman Hunt’s famous painting ‘The Light of the World’, as well as notes for meditating more deeply on the Wedding at Cana and a report on the way we plan … [Read more…]
The Allegri Singers once again brought their considerable vocal skills to bear on a mixed programme of unaccompanied music dating from the 16th to the 20th centuries – all on a theme of Conflict and Memory. The choral program included Renaissance pieces for from 4 to 8 parts by Giovanni Palestrina and the lesser-known but … [Read more…]
Our latest Parish News naturally has a Christmas theme – with details of our Advent and Christmas activities as well as Christmas-themed puzzles, articles and reports from all our regular church groups like Mothers’ Union and the Girl Guides as usual. Click here to read or download this month’s magazine.
St George’s played host to a ‘Games and Social’ evening on Saturday as our community came together to support one of our young members, Julia. Julia, a student in her final school year, is travelling to Uganda in January 2017 with the charity Christian Restoration Ministries International (CRMI): Children of Hope. This is a Christian … [Read more…]
Our latest Parish News is hot off the press with a remembrance theme but also the usual book review, puzzles, recipes, meeting reports and regular columns including reminders about two delightful choral concerts coming up in our church in November from the Allegri and, a week later, the Wordsworth Singers. Click here to read or … [Read more…]
Our Sunday Club meets on the first Sunday of each month during our Communion service. Our youngsters are currently looking at Jesus’ friends, looking at the story of Bartimaeus in their September meeting. Bartimaeus was a blind beggar, healed by Jesus as he left Jericho. The children thought carefully about how life must be when … [Read more…]