Live streaming on Facebook at ‘The Parish Church of St George Belfast’
Monday to Wednesday – 8pm Compline (page 154 B.C.P. 2004 or page 331 in B.C.P. 1926)
Maundy Thursday – 8pm The Eucharist. Order 1 (page 180 B.C.P. 2004 or page 138 in B.C.P. 1926)
Good Friday – 12 noon Stations of the Cross
2pm Liturgy of Good Friday
8pm Compline and Reproaches
Jesus said “I, when I am lifted up from the Earth will draw all people to myself.” – St John 12 v32
Easter Day – 11am The Eucharist Order 2 (page 201 B.C.P. 2004)
Alleluia! Christ is risen. The Lord is risen indeed. Alleluia!
A letter to Connor Diocesan clergy, lay readers and parishes from Bishop-designate of Connor, Archdeacon George Davison.
This Wednesday is Ash Wednesday and our services with imposition of ashes will be 7.30am, 10.30am and 8pm. The 8pm service is Choral Eucharist. All welcome.
St George’s is delighted to host an event as part of this year’s Remembering Bunting Festival 2020
Join us on Saturday, February 22nd at 7:30pm for You’ve Never Heard it Quite Like This! a trad, folk, pop and classical cocktail featuring Ranagri, CEOL Band and Omagh Community Choir #RBF2020 #RememberingBuntingFestival
We have a very exciting programme of Christmas engagements and services coming up over the next few weeks, at which the choir will be singing music from the likes of Haydn, Lauridsen, Chilcott, Macmillan and Rutter.
Be sure to save these key dates in your diary now! We look forward to seeing you over the Christmas period. 🎄
Come along to our table quiz on Friday, October 18th, a fund raiser for the choir tour to Cambridge next summer.
Please join us for our Ascension Thursday Sung Eucharist at 8pm.
Setting Stanford in Bb
Anthem God is gone up by Finzi
Tomorrow is Ash Wednesday and we will have a said Eucharist at 10.30am and a Sung Eucharist at 8pm with Imposition of Ashes at both services. The preacher at 8pm will be Rev. Jason Kernohan, Rector of Eglantine Parish in Lisburn.