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Up and coming events at St George’s

CHURCH SERVICES AT ST GEORGE’S

 Wednesday 21st February 

Said Eucharist, 10am followed by coffee in the hall
celebrant: Fr Adrian Harbidge

 Friday 23rd February 

Stations of the Cross. Led by Fr Ray Chapman. 12.30pm

 Sunday 25th February 

Lent 2
Eucharist, 8am, celebrant: Fr Charles Howard
Sunday School, 9.45am
Family Eucharist
10am, celebrant: Fr David Lindsay

 Wednesday 28th February 

Said Eucharist, 10am - celebrant: Fr Ray Chapman.
Followed by coffee in the hall and Lent Lunch at 12noon

Stations of the Cross. Led by Fr Ray Chapman. 7.30pm

 Sunday 4th March 

Lent 3
Eucharist, 8am, celebrant: Fr Ray Chapman
Sunday School, 9.45am
Parish Eucharist
10am, celebrant: Fr Ray Chapman

 Wednesday 7th March 

Said Eucharist, 10am - celebrant: Rev Ruth Loveman
followed by coffee in the hall

 Thursday 8th March 

Stations of the Cross. Led by Rev Ruth Loveman. 12.30pm

 Sunday 11th March 

Mothering Sunday
Eucharist, 8am, celebrant: Fr Ray Chapman
Family Eucharist
10am, celebrant: Fr Ray Chapman


WHAT ELSE IS HAPPENING ….?

 Tuesday 20th February 

Lent Group, “All things are possible”. 144 Stakes Hill Road, 2.15pm

 Wednesday 21st February 

Service at Two Beeches Nursing Home, 2pm
MU Quiet Day, led by Rev David Lindsay, St John’s Shedfield, 10am
PCC Meeting, 8pm

 Thursday 22nd February 

Pop Up Cinema. Lost in Paris. Hall, 7.30pm

 Friday 23rd February 

Tweenies: A Passage to India. Come and share Rachel’s adventures
in India, with a curry on the side. Pre-book for food - £8.

 Monday 26th February 

George’sMen Beer Tasting Evening. Bring Beers to sample.
Food provided. 10 Upper Bere Wood, 7.30pm

 Tuesday 27th February 

Lent Group, “All things are possible”. 144 Stakes Hill Road, 2.15pm

St George’s Book Club. The Keeper of Lost Things by Ruth Hogan.
7 Damask Gardens, 7.30pm

 Friday 2nd March 

Coffee Morning. Free Independent Financial Advice Drop-In.
Church, 10am to 11.45am

Women’s World Day of Prayer. St Wilfrid’s Cowplain, 2pm

 Tuesday 6th March 

Lent Group, “All things are possible”. 144 Stakes Hill Road, 2.15pm

OTHER REGULAR EVENTS …..

Teas and coffees are served in the church hall
every Wednesday from 10.30am to 12 noon,
and at St George's Market on Thursday from 9.30am to 11.30am.
Also on Friday in the Church from 10am to 11.45am.
Reasonable prices, all are welcome.


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St George’s Church, Waterlooville

Welcome to the web site for St George’s Church and its Parish magazine, St George’s News.

This is the world’s longest running Parish Magazine on the Internet - we were the first parish magazine on the web, our On-Line edition started in February 1996. You will find many interesting articles here on a wide variety of subjects. If you want a copy of the printed version, you can subscribe here.

St George’s Church welcomes visitors. During the week, the Church is open from 9.30am until 3pm. (mornings only during school holidays).

There is a mid-week Eucharist at 10am on Wednesdays. Sunday services are 8am and 10am. Sunday School and Sunday School Baby & Toddler Group, 9.45am in the hall during term times.

Teas and coffees are served on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday mornings; Wednesdays in the hall from 10.30am until noon, Thursdays in the hall at St George’s Market 9.30am to 11.30am, and Friday in the church from 10am to 11.45am. Reasonable prices, all are welcome!



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FR MIKE SHEFFIELD HAS RETIRED
The Vicar conducted his last service at St George’s on 25 June 2017. Click HERE for the details.

retirement

Click HERE for instructions on how to use the new Defibrillator that has been installed outside the Church Hall.

Defibrillator.pdf

Lent is traditionally a time to reflect on our faith and to learn more about it. It doesn’t matter how long we’ve been Churchgoers, Lent provides an opportunity to discover more and perhaps to explore different ideas. Download the Lent, Holy Week and Easter 2018 leaflet HERE

LENT 2018 v 3.pdf

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