At St George’s we try to be welcoming without being overwhelming. We want people to feel they can join an existing group or just come to worship on a Sunday. We are open-minded and exploring in our Christianity. We have members from a great range of church backgrounds – high Anglican to evangelical. This is why there is a mix of worship styles within the one Eucharist.
At the heart of our life is the 10am Sunday Eucharist when we gather to offer God the best we can in worship. We try to be a mix of formal and informal with a range of new and traditional music.
Members of the congregation are involved in reading the lessons and the psalm, leading the intercessions and distributing the chalice. Rotas are open to everyone.
Sermons are usually based on the lessons and the ministers are asked to preach in ways that are interesting, intelligent, Christian, true and succinct! You can download some recent sermons by different ministers here to get a flavour of what we do.
That Message Spread (on the Easter morning readings from Acts, Colossians and Matthew) Click here
Free Indeed (on Luke 13.10-17) Click here
Those Who Humble Themselves... (on Luke 14) Click here
A Deeper Wisdom (on Luke 16:13) Click here
Christ the King (on Colossians 1:17) Click here
When Joseph Awoke (on Matthew 1:18-25) Click here
We have a small group of servers - adults and children - and a toddler area at the back of the church, enabling parents with young children to participate in the service.
After the service we meet for a chat over tea or coffee in the Radley Room.
10am Holy Communion
10am All-Age Worship (second Sunday of every month)
9.30am Morning Prayer
2pm Pause for Prayer for St George’s – 30 minutes of prayer for the current needs of our church and our local community
Services of Healing or other special services are held from time to time. When there is a fifth Sunday in the month, St George's worships on that day with other churches in the area.