Community

 

Drop in - Cuppa Cake and Company

Every Monday and Friday morning in the church.

 

A coffee morning drop in from 10 am that is open to everyone. Many come along for a cup of tea or coffee and a biscuit and to find a safe place to get to know others from the community.

 

There are always people there who are willing to sit down with you quietly and listen to whatever is on your mind and, if you wish, pray with you.

 

Meet & Eat

Second and fourth Wednesday of every month from 11.45am until 1pm.

 

All welcome to join us as we meet together for a lunch club in the church. 

 

Many in the community join us as we serve a hot lunch to up to 40 people. Fish and chips is a particular favourite, but the meals vary every month.

 

For more information about costs, to let us know about any dietary requirements or to book, please contact the church office by phone or email, or drop in to the 'drop in' or the church office when it is open.

 

Walking Group

St George's walking group meets together most months and heads out to a nearby beauty spot to enjoy walks af varying difficulties. If you love the outdoors and would like to walk with a small group for company and build long lasting friendships then please get in touch for more details.

 

Bereavement Support Group

We meet each Monday at 3pm to encourage and support one another.

 

Whether recently bereaved or carrying grief from long times past, all are welcome to join us for a cup of tea and to sit and listen or share as we chat about just about anything going to be honest! It takes place at the back of Church.

 

Food Bank

St George's church run an outpost for the Washington Community food bank project, now based in the Galleries. More details are available under the CAP and Food Bank tab.

 

Ukulele Group  - 1st and 3rd Tuesday each month at 1.30pm in Church

CAP Money

St George's church run CAP money courses from the charity Christians Against Poverty who have helped tens of thousands of people around the country get a hold of difficult financial situations and enable people to get free from debt. more details in the CAP and Food Bank tab.

Why we do this (and much more)

 

The scriptures teach us that the church is the body of Christ and that we all have gifts and talents which we can use to build each other up. As God's people it is normal to gather together regularly to worship God, to pray, to serve each other and to grow in faith as we learn about Jesus from the bible.

 

A Christian who is not a part of a church is like a fish out of water or a coal out of a fire. The bible warns us that they will quickly dry up and go cold in their love for God.

 

To this end, many of us meet together, not only on Sundays, but also in small groups during the week to understand God's word in the bible and support one another. If you would like to join one of our small groups or want to find out more about the Christian faith, please get in touch.

Jesus teaches us that, as Christians, we should show the love of God to all people, indeed Peter writes in his first letter, 'Live such good lives.... they may see your good deeds and glorify God on the day he visits us.'

This is just a taste of the things we do to serve our community. We also run a number of regular activities for families and children.

 

Morsbags - Ecobaggers@St.George's

Suspended at the moment. 

www.morsbags.com to look up our 'pod'

Making environmentally friendly bags that look great for everyday use and having fun together while we do.

 

Flower arranging - Suspended at the moment