Coming Events


Spring events and small group programme card - download PDF here






Lent & Easter 2018

Events and services for all people in the community


Lent Course 2018

Tales of the Unexpected - 4 sessions


Begins Wednesday February 28th at 7.30 pm

Repeated on Thursday March 1st at 1 pm.

Location - St George's Church building,

Click here for details


Sunday March 25th Palm Sunday

Remembering Jesus entering Jerusalem


8am - Holy Communion

10am - Family friendly service with groups for young

6pm - Holy Communion and praise


Wednesday 28th Fellowship meal


 6pm-  we are having a church family fellowship meal. At this meal we will also give thanks for Norman as he retires from his role as our administrator.


There will be a signup sheet at the back and donations of around £3-£4 per adult should cover the costs. We also need a few volunteers to help prepare the meal. The aim will be to have several dishes to choose from.


Thursday 29th  Maundy Thursday

Remembering the Last Supper passover meal


7pm - Holy  Communion - we will share together bread and wine as Jesus' disciples did that first ever Lord's supper and remember Jesus' betrayal to death for our forgiveness.


Friday 30th  Good Friday

Remembering Jesus’ death on the cross


10 a.m.  Good Friday Craft Cafe. A community event for all ages centred around crafts and games with the Easter Story and a couple of songs. There will be tea, coffee, juice, cakes and hot cross buns available. Click here for more details.


2 p.m. An Hour at the Cross. This is a quiet, reflective service to remember Jesus’ death on the cross and all it achieved for us.




Life Explored

Thursday January 11th  - 7.30pm & Monday 15th at 1.30pm



Life Explored

Starts again in January- contact us if you are interested.


Life Explored is a brand new DVD based discussion that gets people talking about life and what is of real value.

Come along and join the group to discuss your ideas and think about how life can be made fuller.



Life Explored is a seven session series featuring a combination of short films - shot around the world - and Bible interaction.

It’s an exposé of the little gods that promise us so much happiness, yet deliver so little. As it explores the Bible story (creation, fall, redemption, new creation), Life Explored shows how our deepest desires for happiness can only be satisfied in Christ.


The best gift God can give us is himself.



Session 1 The Good God
Session 2 The Trustworthy God 
Session 3
The Generous God
Session 4 The Liberating God
Session 5 The Fulfilling God
Session 6 The Life-Giving God
Session 7 The Joyful God



 Click here to visit the life explored site to see videos and     information about the sessions












below are the videos of the first session to get a feel for the course










Washington Community food bank


St George's runs an outpost for the food bank, for more details click on the CAP & Food bank tab to the left.


Thank you so much to all those who support our work. For a detailed list of current needs, go to the wcfp website facebook page.


For a list of the items we are short of plewase check the facebook site. If you want to drop stuff the food bank is open 10-11 & 5.30 -6.30 Tues & Fridays at Oxclose Church. If you need someone to collect please contact the project on its main line 07450766226.

All food donations can be donated at collection points across Washington which are:


All Washington Christian Churches

Blue house lane pharmacy
Champs, Ayton
Co-op Garage, Albany
The Sandpiper, Biddick
Tina & Trish dance studio
Washington air rifle range, Armstrong
Washington library


All donations are a big help and go towards making a food parcel for single people, couples or families.






CAP Money


Contact the office for more details about our next CAP money course. 


Please contact us if you would like to find out more about CAP or take part in this free course.



More details available, click here or use the CAP website.










Blaithewaite Week

Monday 9th - Friday 13th April in 2018





A week's holiday away in the Northern lake district for people over 50 to get away and enjoy time with others.

There are optional walks put on each day for those who enjoy getting out and plenty of time to do your own thing.


Monday 9th April 2018 - Friday 13th April.


Contact the church office or Rob and Margaret Bianchi for more details.







For people who have questions or want to know more about Christianity



 321 is just 3 short sessions that think about who God is, why the world is as it is and who we are as people.


There are two opportunities to come and join a small group, contact us if you would like more details or if the dates and times do not work for you as we can easily run another.


It consists of a short video, discussion and a chance to ask anything you like about God, Jesus, faith, the bible or anything else. It is free and each session lasts just over an hour.