(At St George’s unless otherwise specified)
Sunday: Holy Communion, 8.00am (St George’s, St Oswald’s Altar); Parish Communion, 9.30am; Holy Communion, 11.30am
Monday: Morning Prayer, 8.45am
Tuesday: Morning Prayer, 8.45am; Holy Communion, 9.30am (both at St Hilda’s)
Wednesday: Morning Prayer, 8.45am
Thursday: Morning Prayer, 8.45am; Holy Communion incl. prayer for refugees, 9.30am (St George’s, Lady Chapel)
Friday: Holy Communion 8.00am (St George’s, Lady Chapel); Morning Prayer, 8.45am
What’s on this week
Wednesday 19 February, 8.00pm
Book group: Educated by Tara Westover, 31 Kenton Road, NE3 4NH.
Wednesday 26 February
9.30am – Holy Communion and Imposition of Ashes at St. Hilda’s
7.30pm – Sung Eucharist and Imposition of Ashes at St. George’s
Saturday 29 February, 12.30pm
Professor Eamon Duffy, one of the world’s most influential and widely respected historians, will speak on St John Henry Newman at the Church of the Holy Name, followed by a reception in the hall. Free tickets here.
For Your Diary
Sunday 1 March, 12.00pm
LYCIG Initiative: Open House at St. George’s for church and community.
Hearty soup lunch (v), everyone very welcome!
Week beginning March 2
- see calendar below for other future events
Regular weekly events:
Mondays, 2-4.00pm every week except bank holidays:
Little Saints for babies and toddlers and their parents/carers in the hall. There is no charge and all are welcome.
Beavers (6-8 years). In the church hall.
Tuesday Group meets each week for gardening, grounds and general DIY maintenance. New volunteers always welcome. (coffee break at 10.30 am)
Prayers for the Sick & other concerns, 3 High Laws, NE3 1RQ.
St.George’s Lunch Club in the Winskell Room in the church hall. Seating from 11.45 am; lunch served at 12.15 pm. £5 for a 2-course meal + juice and tea/coffee. 2 vacancies for diners; help always welcome with serving or cooking
Please contact the office (0191 281 1659) if you are interested in either.
New Cubs (8-12 years), in the church hall.
Friday Cafe with coffee/tea and delicious cakes. Visitors living with dementia are especially welcome.
Singing Group meets in the Middleton Room of the hall. All welcome—no skill required. Again, those living with dementia are especially welcome.
Choir Practice in church (Choir has now finished for the summer and will resume on Friday 6th September)
Bell Practice in the Tower
For further details of any of these events, please contact the office (0191 281 1659) on weekdays, 9.30 am-12.30 pm.