St George's

Church

in

Washington

 

Serving the villages of Fatfield, Harraton, Mount Pleasant, Picktree, Rickleton and beyond.



Welcome to St George's

 

Following the CV19 directives from Government and the CofE, all our events and activities have moved online until July.

 

We can be found on YouTube and Facebook

 

In this time of great fear and uncertainty and in the knowledge that many of us will lose loved ones before their time, we turn to Christ for hope.

 

At Easter, we are reminded that God is not aloof to the suffering of the world, but that His own Son Jesus came and died for us. He loved us so much that he willingly went to the cross.

More than that though, in the face of death he stated, 

'I am the resurrection and the life'

 

Easter reminds us that there is life after death, the hope of eternity to all who come to him in faith, so come to Jesus, confess your sins and

put your hope in him

 

If you want to talk about this please contact us.

 

More can be found here

 

The church building has now been closed by the CofE for services for the protection of public health at least until July.

 

Morning prayer is being streamed from the vicarage

on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday at 9.30am.

This is available to join with on our YouTube Channel.

It is also be on Zoom and facebook.

 

We are starting a delivery Lunch club to replace Meet & Eat until we can meet together again.

 

Click here for details

 

If you have any food shortages please contact us as we work with both the food bank and can help in going shopping for others.

 

 

Rejoice in the Lord always. I will say it again: rejoice! Let your gentleness be evident to all. The Lord is near. Do not be anxious about anything, but in every situation, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God. And the peace of God, which transcends all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus.

 

Our Sunday 10am Service will be streamed from the vicarage

and put on YouTube

 

Link here to our Channel

 

We are setting up 'Zoom' study groups and fellowship.

Our main Zoom ID is 883-628-6514

 

Link to Zoom

 

You can also dial into Zoom from a normal phone for those without Internet. Click here for details.

 

If you are self isolating or in quarantine and need supplies or food, please contact the church office and we will do our best to help.

 

Cell groups have been set up for everyone we know to ensure everyone has someone to contact each day. If you wish to join a cell group please contact us. We have volunteers able to go out and get necessary items or deliver food bank parcels if needed.

 

sermons can be found here

 

If you would like to support us, click on the digital plate below. 

 

 

 

We are a local Anglican church serving the parish of Fatfield.

 

We welcome everyone, whether new to faith or mature in Christ.

 

Our mission is to be, make and grow as disciples of Jesus Christ.

 

Our goal is to be a Christian family of people who serve our community and each other, united in the good news of Jesus.

 


With our building closed temporarily we have moved our plate for gifts to support our general work in the community online. You can give a gift by clicking on the image to the left.

 

Support for our Community cafe and annexe project can be made here.

 


Sunday Worship

 

We are an informal church and welcome visitors every Sunday.

 

Our main services take place at 10am and 6pm.

 

Whether young or old, single or part of a big family, simply come as you are and join us as we engage with God.

 

For more information click on the service times image.


Inside St George's Church


Our Vicar

 

Our Vicar, Nick has been serving us since 2012 along with his wife, Lucy and two children, Elisheba and Raph. You can read an article about him here. Feel free to ask me anything.

 

'There is so much going on in our parish, from the lunch club and drop in, through to the youth and children's work, there is something here for everyone in the community.'

 

We have some exciting plans in our vision to create a community facility to serve the people of the local community better.



Our Church

 

Our worship is Anglican in its roots, but music varied in style, from a cafe church and family worship led by a small band in the morning through to evening prayer and traditional communion with organ music in the evening.  Regardlesss of style, there is always a message taken from the bible and applied to our daily lives.

 

There are many other ways to connect with God and find a home with us. Look through our website to find out more of what goes on in our busy church. We welcome eveyone no matter who you are, how you are feeling or whatever your background.


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