Sexton prepares for Everest marathon challenge

Ken Tate pictured outside St George’s

A link to an article on the Church of Ireland website about our Sexton Ken Tate who will revisit the Himalayas to take part in his second Everest Marathon this November.

https://www.ireland.anglican.org/news/7352/sexton-prepares-for-everest-marathon

You can sponsor Ken online by visiting www.virginmoneygiving.com/kentate or make a donation at St George’s Parish Church.

Great food and friendship at Parish Lunch

Some pictures of our Parish Lunch today to raise funds for our mission partners Keith and Lynne Scott who are working with CMS in Zambia. Great food and friendship and money raised for a partnership that is very much treasured by us at St George’s.

Fr William marks 40th anniversary of his ordination

On Sunday morning, April 30th we marked the 40th anniversary of the ordination of Rev. William Odling Smee. We made a small presentation to William and to his wife Anne.

Rev. William Odling Smee and his wife Anne with Rector’s Churchwarden, Mark Wardil

We have been very blessed with his ministry to us at St Georges with preaching, pastoral care and of course his baking. On this occasion though we did let someone else bake the cake.

Presentation to Prof. Brian Walker at Easter Vestry

We held our Easter General Vestry meeting on Sunday, April 2nd. At the meeting Rev. Brian Stewart delivered his address and we made a presentation to Prof. Brian Walker to thank him for the excellent work he did in producing our Parish History. The history was produced as part of our Bicentennary celebrations and copies are for sale via the church office

Services for Ash Wednesday

Join us this Ash Wednesday (March 1st) for Eucharist and Imposition of Ashes at 7.30am, 10.30am and 1pm followed by Sung Eucharist and Imposition of Ashes at 8pm. All welcome.

 

Parish Choir prepare for Christmas

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The end of treble rehearsal today, with four of the recently valedicted choristers along to help to mentor the new probationers. There are 19 choristers and about as many probationers. Come and hear them on December 17th at 7:30pm at the carol concert. The new boys will sing on their own, they already make a great sound, and then will also sing Foote’s arrangement of Silent Night, including a verse in German. We look forward to seeing you there.