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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 is now open daily for private prayer. During the week, the Church is open from 9.30am until 3pm. (mornings only during school holidays).

You are welcome to attend our services. The mid-week Eucharist is at 10am on Wednesdays. Sunday services are 8am and 10am. The 10am Sunday service is live-streamed on YouTube on the first Sunday of the Month. Sunday School and Baby & Toddler Group start at 9.45am Sundays.

SAFEGUARDING.
To contact the Parish Safeguarding Officer email safeguarding@stgeorges.church
St George’s Church Waterlooville adopts and follows the House of Bishop’s ‘Promoting a Safer Church’ policy. For more detailed information click HERE

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CHURCH SERVICES AT ST GEORGE’S

YOU ARE WELCOME TO ATTEND OUR SERVICES. No booking is required. Face coverings are a legal requirement. We are also Live Streaming the Eucharist service on the first Sunday of the month at 10am. Recordings of these services are then available to view later. Subscribe to our YouTube Channel or go to the “live stream resources” page HERE.

 Monday 17th January 

Morning Prayer, 8.30am. Evening Prayer, 4.30pm
Funeral, Rodney Dawson, 1pm (followed by Burial at the Cemetery, 2pm)

 Tuesday 18th January 

Morning Prayer, 8.30am. Evening Prayer, 4.30pm

 Wednesday 19th January 

Morning Prayer, 9.15am. Evening Prayer, 4.30pm
10.am Eucharist followed by tea and coffee in the hall

 Thursday 20th January 

Morning Prayer, 8.30am. Evening Prayer, 4.30pm

 Sunday 23rd January 

Third Sunday of Epiphany
Said Eucharist, 8am
Sunday School, hall, 9.45am
10.am Eucharist followed by tea and coffee in the hall

 Monday 24th January 

Morning Prayer, 8.30am. Evening Prayer, 4.30pm

 Tuesday 25th January 

Morning Prayer, 8.30am. Evening Prayer, 4.30pm

 Wednesday 26th January 

Morning Prayer, 9.15am. Evening Prayer, 4.30pm
10.am Eucharist followed by tea and coffee in the hall

 Thursday 27th January 

Morning Prayer, 8.30am. Evening Prayer, 4.30pm

 Sunday 30th January 

Fourth Sunday of Epiphany - Candlemass
Said Eucharist, 8am
Sunday School, hall, 9.45am
10.am Eucharist followed by tea and coffee in the hall
Service for Candlemass, 6pm

 Monday 31st January 

Morning Prayer, 8.30am. Evening Prayer, 4.30pm


 WHAT ELSE IS HAPPENING ….?

 Monday 17th January 

St George’s Book Club, hall, 8.35pm

 Tuesday 18th January 

Parent and Toddler Group, hall, 10am
Fabric and Finance Committee, 7pm

 Wednesday 19th January 

Social Committee, hall, 11.15am

 Thursday 20th January 

St George’s Market, Hall, 9.30am - 11.30am
(St George’s Market re-opens after the Christmas break

 Saturday 22nd January 

Quiz Evening. £5 including a hot dog. Bring your own drink.
Hall, 7.30pm

 Tuesday 25th January 

Knit & Natter - weekly group, bring your knitting, crocheting, sewing, embroidery, etc. Tea & Coffee available. Hall, 2pm - 4pm

 Wednesday 1st February 

PCC Meeting, Church, 7.30pm

 Monday 14th February 

St George’s Bereavement Group, hall, 10am


Scams and Tricksters - We have been warned by the Diocese that Churches and their congregations are being targeted by fraudsters, so please be alert. The latest scam is an email, purportedly from the Vicar or some other trusted Church Official, asking the recipient to contribute to a secret and discreet gift collection for a church member by purchasing Amazon Vouchers, and sending the voucher codes in reply.

Any church fundraising activity will have appeared in the Sunday Bulletin, you can view both current and past copies on the church website HERE.

There are scam emails going around purportedly from NHS about COVID vaccinations and vaccination status. You will never be asked to pay for a vaccine or to establish your vaccination status. The NHS will never ask for Bank or Card details, PIN numbers or passwords, or for documents to prove your identity.

Never expose bank or credit card details in response to an email or on the telephone to anyone who has called you, and be suspicious if they suggest you call back - you can still get caught out. Under no circumstances ever give your PIN number to anyone else - even to your bank. Never open an email attachment from an unexpected, suspicious or unknown source.

If in any doubt forward emails, or describe and detail any other approaches (e.g., by telephone/text) to: webmaster@stgeorges.church  and we will advise if it is a scam. Do this before doing anything else!

Don Lloyd’s Church News slot is on The Flash Radio every Sunday morning at 7am.

Find it on 104.3FM, or command your Alexa or Google device to “Play the radio station The Flash”.

stgeorgesfeedback@gmail.com

Download & Print the Mission Action Plan: Growing a Healthy Church - HERE

Join the St George’s Church Waterlooville Mailing List - HERE

St George’s YouTube Channel for our Eucharist services - HERE

‘At Home Resources’ page: all you need, in one place  - HERE

On 31st October, Fr Colin was interviewed on
BBC Radio Solent.

Click HERE for a recording of the Broadcast.

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