Below is our standard pattern of Services, please see the COVID19 tab above for our temporary pattern of services.
St George’s Church is a grade 1 listed building and is situated in a farmyard with views across the fields.
St George’s proximity to the local church school and it’s place in the centre of Eastergate has meant that the congregation is full of young families as well as the less young worshipper too! The worship is simple and inclusive, often tailored for all ages, balanced with traditional Prayer Book services too.
There is a flourishing Sunday School and there are a large number of young families attending.
There are toilet facilities and a kitchen. The church is fully accessible to wheelchair users. There is a hearing loop for the hard of hearing and large print orders of service and hymn books available.
Gluten Free wafers available.
Parking is available in the large farm yard or on the verges of Church Lane.
Graveyard, the churchyard is still open for burials and interment of ashes.
Local History - Located at the back of Church is a folder containing details from our registers dating from 1539.
Picture gallery of St George's.
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8am Morning Prayer (BCP said)
8.30am Holy Communion (BCP said)
10am 1st Sundays Family Service
(check 'Contact' for venue)
10am 2nd, 3rd, 4th & 5th Sundays
Family Communion (CW sung)
6pm 3rd Sundays
Evensong (BCP sung)
St George's Patronal Festival is St George's Day (23rd April). We celebrate with Evensong followed by refreshments in the churchyard on the closest Sunday.
Total seated capacity is 123
76 - pews, 19 - pew end extensions,
16 - choir stalls, 12 - folding chairs (if required)
The Blessed Sacrament is reserved in an aumbry at St George's.
Clergy who take services at St George's are:
Fr. Tony Brant - 01243 544735
Rev Sheila Higgins - 01243 553901
Mr G Courtnadge - 01243 552099
Mr R Brown - 01243 554001