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.
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 Thursday
Find Out What's On
Lunchtime Concerts at St George the Martyr
Our FREE lunchtime concert series continues on 26 May with a flute recital by the Trinity Laban Flute Quartet. They will perform pieces by Damase, Casterede, Bozza and Guiot. Please come and join us!
To view the concert programme and learn more about the concert series, please click on the button below.
Bible Study: Tuesdays at 7pm in June and July
Our next bible study venture will be to look at the Book of Acts. This is a great time of year to do that just after Easter and Pentecost. We will explore the life of the early church, the way Christians worshipped, prayed and lived together as a community as well as the way they handled some big disagreements as they spread the message of God’s love beyond the bounds of Israel to the wider world. Come and join us, no previous knowledge (or even bible) required. Tuesdays 7, 21st, and 28th June and 5th July at 7pm in church.
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!
Advising London and other guest speakers also feature at the café. Click on the button below to find out more.
Art Exhibition: The Mediated Landscape
An exhibition hosted by Connect, The Communication Disability Network. Featuring work by Holly Rees, Kim Harvey, Alice McVicker, Kate Boucher and Antonia Showering.
At St Alphege Hall, Kings Bench Street, London, SE1 0QX