Welcome to the Parish of St George the Martyr in Southwark. Please feel free to take a moment to find out about the people who worship here and the many things happening each week or to get in touch with us if you want to know more.
We are a community of Christians meeting regularly to worship God, to grow in God’s love and to share the good news of Jesus Christ with our neighbours. In sharing his love, we try to meet some of the needs of the many different people living together in this place and to build community here. We are an open, diverse and inclusive community.
Mondays (6th March to 10th April)
1 to 2pm Open doors, open hearts – time for stillness and prayer
Saturday 1st April
10am to 3.30pm God’s Open Road – a time to pray, learn and travel (Revd. Jonathan Coore)
Join in our Daily Lent Challenges
Remember to check back for new challenges!
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Part-time Caretaker with Cleaning Responsibilities
St George’s is looking for a new team member to carry out caretaking and cleaning duties within the church. To ensure that the premises are kept secure, safe and in good working order and keep the church, ancillary premises and grounds tidy and clean to a good standard.
The advert for the role can be viewed here. Application deadline: 10 April
For further details please contact, Sarah Farrow (Operations Manager).
Lent Study Course
Guided by Rowan Williams’ book of the same title, this Lent Study explores what being a disciple means in today’s world.
The study group meet every Tuesday evening 7pm at the Rectory. Please contact Fr Jonathan for more details.
Lunchtime Recital Thursday 30 March 1pm
This Thursday we welcome the Cwizewicz Brothers (Violin Duo) for our lunchtime concert.
In 2014, after many years of informal collaboration, violinists Filip and Michał Ćwiżewicz began performing together as the Ćwiżewicz Brothers. Their duo is rapidly establishing itself as a unique chamber ensemble, championing lesser-known works, their own arrangements of classical and folk music, new music commissions from contemporary composers as well as their commitment to the capricious fireworks of the virtuosic two-violin repertoire.
The recital lasts approx 45 minutes, followed by light refreshments and a chance to meet the artist. The concert is free but there is a retiring collection to help support the community work of the church. The audience are welcome to bring their lunch to eat during the recital.
Life at St George the Martyr
Community Café and HOurBank at St George the Martyr!
2-4pm Every Thursday
A chance to meet other people, get advice or help, find out how to help one another through timebanking, or just enjoy relaxing in a warm friendly atmosphere!
This week we welcome Andrea from the CABx to talk about ‘Heating or Eating.’ Next week Naomi will be talking about ‘Managing our Money.’
Click on the button below to find out more.
Students welcome at St George the Martyr!
St George the Martyr hosts an active Younger Adult group. Throughout the year the group meets for engaging discussions over a meal – a chance to learn more about those around you and to learn more about yourself! Look out for details on the first meeting!
How to Find Us
11am Sung Eucharist and Sunday School
7pm Compline Service
12.45pm Wednesday Eucharist
Morning and Evening Prayer
8.30am and 5pm Monday to Friday