St George’s Singers, Sinfonia and Soloists along with Music Director Mark McGrath present ‘GLORIA’ – A Christmas Concert – Vivaldi ‘Gloria’ and ‘Dixit Dominus’, Christmas Carols on Tuesday 13th December at 7.45pm in St George’s Church, High Street, Belfast. www.stgeorgessingers.co.uk (no fee). For further information or assistance with ticket purchase please phone 07793 018748.Seasonal refreshments following the concert Tickets £20 (concession £10 for students/under 25s) are available from choir members and at the door. Also online: please visit
The St George’s Parish Choir concert will take place on Friday, December 16th at 7:30pm.The programme will feature Christmas favourites with works by Darke, Praetorius, Chilcott et al. There will be a retiring collection at the end of the concert, followed by refreshments in the Parish Hall at 8:45pm. Please feel welcome to bring family and friends.
A handy guide to our services for Advent and Christmas.
The Northern Ireland Youth Choir will sing in a concert in St George’s Church on Friday 29th July at 7.30 pm.
The programme will include the Duruflé Requiem and some shorter pieces.
Tickets £10. Children under 16 free.
Everyone warmly invited.
Our services over Holy Week. Please note that our Eucharist on Easter Sunday will be a service broadcast live on BBC Radio Ulster at 10am. Members of the congregation are asked to be seated by 9.45am at the latest.
We would like you to know that we will hold our annual All Souls Requiem Eucharist at 7:30pm on Thursday night, November 4th.The parish choir will sing Faure’s Requiem and we will remember our loved ones who have died. A new list of the Faithful Departed has been compiled.
COP26 – PLEASE JOIN US
A rally will be held on Saturday 6th November at 1pm at Belfast City Hall.
Those who are concerned for the future of our planet and all living creatures on it will be turning up to show the participants of COP26 that there is no more time to waste.
Action is needed now. Please join the group leaving St George’s at noon to meet others at Cornmarket and walk to the City Hall. The more who come the louder is our voice for progress.
It is with regret that St George’s, Belfast, will NOT be taking part in the 2021 European Heritage Open Days in September. This is because of concerns over the Delta variant of Coronavirus.
The Church will not, therefore, be open on September 10th, 11th and 12th, as advertised.
We look forward to being part of the EHOD scheme next year and wish the project well for 2021.
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!