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[18 Jun 2019 | Leave a Comment | ]
Holiday Club 2019

The annual St George’s Holiday Club will take place from 29th July to the 2nd August. Club is open to any children who are current Early years to Year 6. And it is free. 

Club runs between 10-12pm, Monday to Friday, and is jam packed with fun and activities for all the children. Safeguarding and the safety of all the children is paramount. All leaders are DBS checked and great care is taken to account for every child placed in our care. We welcome any with disability and are careful with notified allergies.

It is a Christian Club and some lively, fun based, and age appropriate teaching does take place with the aim of providing space for the …

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[21 Feb 2019 | Leave a Comment | ]
Memorial Service

Sunday 16 June at 4pm

A short service which includes the opportunity to light a candle in remembrance and thanksgiving of those we love who are no longer with us.

Refreshments will be served after the service.

 (If you wish to, please bring a single flower which can also be

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[4 Feb 2019 | Leave a Comment | ]
Your Parish Needs YOU!  …Don’t forget to join the Electoral Roll.

Every Church in the country has an Electoral Roll (rather like the Council’s Electoral Roll, which allows you to vote in elections, amongst other things).  The Church’s Electoral Roll has to be drawn up from scratch every six years, which happens to be this year.  To be on the ER you need to be over the age of 16 and have been baptised.  Being on the Roll allows you to play a part in the decision-making at St George’s; to vote at APCMs, be elected to the PCC.  There will be application forms at the back of the Church for the next few weeks, at coffee after the 09.30 service, or from the church office.  The …

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[28 Dec 2018 | Leave a Comment | ]
#FollowTheStar… gallery

This year the Church of England has been encouraging us all to #FollowTheStar to which leads us to Christmas and Jesus, light of the world. Children at Falkland School have been decorating stars with the Christmas story and their own beautiful illustrations, some of which are currently displayed in The Centre at St George’s. Do pop in and admire the handiwork of the year 3 children if you are around and about at Church over Christmas and New Year. These stars, and the yellow star prayers hung in the cloister are also a reminder that the feast of Epiphany is not far off! On Sunday 6th January we will celebrate the …

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[9 Oct 2018 | Leave a Comment | ]
Advent Groups – Sign up now!

Advent Groups will start week beginning 19th or 26th November and will run for three weeks in small groups.  As last year, the course will be based on a booklet called ‘Follow the Star’ being produced by the Diocese.  We had 50-60 people involved last year, so please think about it.  The course will be on Colossians.  If you would like to order the booklet in advance, please sign the list at the back of the Church, or let Kathy Winrow know over the next two weeks.  Further information will follow.

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[10 Sep 2018 | Leave a Comment | ]
Harvest Festival – 7th October at 9.30am

Harvest Festival is on Sunday 7th October. 
Do come along to the family service at 9.30 where we give thanks for God’s good gifts and nature’s bounty.
If you would like to bring a harvest gift, we are requesting tinned, packet-ed or dried goods, rather than fresh produce, as all harvest donations are going to the Food Bank this year.

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[7 Jun 2018 | Leave a Comment | ]
Oceans Rock – Holiday Club 2018!

Holiday Club is back for another year of fun and games at St George’s!
Running from 10am-12noon from 23rd-27th July, hosts Flip and Flop and their sea-worthy assistants will be leading an exciting deep sea adventure for all who wish to join them on Oceans Rock.  On a magical voyage, through music, drama, dance, games and crafts, you’ll set the whales singing, the sharks stomping and the dolphins dancing.
If your child(ren) wish to join Oceans Rock, please contact oceansrock@st-george-newbury.org.uk
Please note that children need to be age 5 (reception year) – 11 (yr 6) to attend holiday club.

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[21 May 2018 | Leave a Comment | ]
Holiday Club – Keep your eyes peeled…

…for sign-up forms for for Holiday Club 2018.   Blue Planet meets St George’s with an ocean themed week of fun and games in the first week of the school summer holidays.
If you would like to volunteer to help, please see Kathy Winrow, and if you would like your child to attend do watch this space – forms will be available soon.

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[25 Apr 2018 | Leave a Comment | ]
Thy Kingdom Come – a week of prayer from 10th-20th May

Thy Kingdom Come is on all week at St George’s.  Do come into the church and have a look at the many and varied displays and aids to prayer.   
Throughout the weeks these prayer stations will be up and the church open to any and all who would like to come and look around and share in the event.  The stations are to help us to think and to pray; light a candle for a loved one, walk the labyrinth or taste some different types of bread and a grape from the vine.  There are opportunities to contemplate change in our world or to post a question on the graffiti wall.  Children are very, very welcome and …

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[8 Apr 2018 | Leave a Comment | ]
Patronal Festival 22nd April – Evensong at 6pm for St George’s Day

Celebrate our wonderfully mysterious, dragon-slaying patron saint, St George, at our Patronal Evensong on Sunday 22nd April.

The history of St George is shrouded in legend, but the story goes that the fiesty young knight was riding through Libya when he encountered a fearsome beast living in a swamp on the outskirts of a city.  The beast, having eaten all the livestock in the vicinity, was requiring regular meals in the form of one city-dweller per day.  In order to keep the hungry beast from rampaging and helping itself, the citizens would draw lots to determine who should be sacrificed.
St George rode into the city on the day that the King’s daughter was about to be fed …