Termly pattern

Please join us at St George's for one of our events coming up. See details below or pick up a term card from church. You can also take a look at our Calendar as well as photos of past events on our Flickr page.

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Newcomers' Events

If you are new to St George's, we'd love to meet you. Please fill in one of our 'Hello' cards (in church or online) so that we can invite you along to our next newcomer event. Then we can tell you more about the church - our history, mission, values and ministries.

We look forward to seeing you soon.

Morning Prayer

Mondays to Fridays 8.15-8.45am during term time

Informal prayer in church.

Little Halos

Fridays 10.00am-12.00pm during term time

A weekly parent and toddler group open to all the community.

Annual Parochial Church Meeting (APCM)

Sunday 30 April 12.00pm

Celebrating the past year. Includes lunch!


Interested in finding out more about the Christian faith? See our Alpha page for further details.

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Church Camp

Friday 5 - Sunday 7 May
Restore Hope Latimer (easily accessible on the Metropolitan line)

This is a very warm invitation to our church community to go camping!

A key element is the sheer opportunity of being together, and hanging out in a very relaxed way. Whether we are morning or evening at St George's, single or with a large tribe, friends with Abraham and the apostles all our lives or pretty ambivalent about faith - come and contribute to our shared life together.

We do have some pretty spectacular speakers:

  • Matthew Frost used to be CEO of Tearfund and has just completed a bit of work for Archbishop Justin Welby and the General Synod (parliament) of the Church of England, which has been described as the most revolutionary since the Reformation;
  • Andy Piercy used to be part of Earth, Wind and Fire (for anyone who can remember that far back), then headed up worship at HTB, and now trains worship leaders in the US and the UK. He specialises in helping traditional churches and more contemporary churches learn from each other in their worship;
  • Annie McTighe is a pioneer minister on the Olympic Park, and one of the most creative and effective priests at working with communities without a church building.

There is plenty of space outside the main sessions, children's work provided, opportunity for prayer, fun activities, barbecues or just relaxing.

We really hope you can come! We are going for a relaxed, camping kind of feel. Costs are low (but please don't let expense keep you and your family away), facilities are simple but more than adequate (with optional upgrades for those who would prefer), and it should be a lot of fun. And the sun should be shining…

See you there!

Please email the church office for further details and a link to the booking form.

Monday 15 May 7.00pm
Please note date change.

Food, worship and prayer for the term ahead.

Church Central

Prayer Ministry Training

Saturday 20 May 9.30am

Training for all on our prayer teams.

Cardinal Vincent Nichols visit

Wednesday 24 May 7.30pm

We are privileged to host a visit from Cardinal Vincent Nichols, the Cardinal Archbishop of Westminster (the head of the Roman Catholic Church in the UK).

This is part of the Thy Kingdom Come prayer initiative, created and led by Archbishop Justin Welby and Cardinal Vincent Nichols.

This is a joint event with our neighbours from the Catholic parish of St Anselm and St Cecilia on Kingsway.

We will be celebrating our unity in Christ, finding out what a Cardinal does all day, and praying for the re-evangelisation of the UK.

All welcome!

Ascension Day service

Thursday 25 May 6.00pm

Thy Kingdom Come

25 May - 4 June

Thy Kingdom Come is a global prayer movement, which the Archbishop of Canterbury is inviting people around the world to join. He is calling on Christians of all denominations around the world to pray for people to know Jesus Christ during a focused time over the week leading up to Pentecost 2017.

What’s happening… Between 25th May and 4th June 2017 people will be gathering to pray for the empowering of the Holy Spirit. In addition to events in cathedrals across the UK, hundreds of other Beacons will be hosted locally across all denominations and around the world.

St Paul’s Cathedral Beacon Event

Saturday 3 June 7.30pm

This event will help people gather, ignite and inspire worship and prayer for a generation to rise up with a fresh passion and confidence to share their faith with others. Book your ticket for this event here.

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The Big Picnic

Saturday 27 May 12.00 - 4.00pm

Come along to one of Holborn's highlights of the year!

St George's church and school host a fun day for our local community in St George's Gardens, WC1N 1PA. There'll be bouncy castles, a bungee run, a cake stall, face painting plus a barbecue and more.

See fun pics of last year's event here.

First Sundays

Sunday 4 June and Sunday 2 July 10.30am

Special activities off site for the children while the adults have more 'in depth' sermons.


Community Teas

Monday 19 June 1.45pm

Tea, chat and entertainment for the over 55s

Super Sunday

Sunday 25 June

On Super Sundays at St George's, we gather for worship, as usual – but not in church (not as usual!).

We will be out in our local neighbourhood helping out, in some imaginative and creative ways to bless those who live, study and work in our area.

Queen Square Fair

Saturday 1 July 12.00-5.00pm

Our local village 'fete'.

JustOne Event with J John at Emirates Stadium

Saturday 8 July 3.00-6.00pm (doors open 1.30pm)

Over 40,000 people of all ages will gather at Emirates Stadium for this incredible one-day event. Hosted by world renowned evangelist, J John, people from all walks of life will come together to celebrate the Christian faith and have an opportunity to hear the good news about Jesus Christ. 

Find out more about the vision and general information about buying tickets for yourself and a friend, visit the website www.justone.co.uk. Not to be missed!

Here is a direct link to the ticket booking page.

Focus Church Holiday

24 - 30 July 2017

Focus is our church holiday hosted by Holy Trinity Brompton. It is our chance to gather together for worship, prayer and teaching in a relaxed environment for a transforming week with friends and family.

There is an outstanding line-up of speakers with programmes for adults, students, youth and children as well as sporting and creative activities, evening entertainment, a bookshop and café.

Everyone who has been to Focus remarks upon the extraordinary sense of community they find there, and what a great week away it is.

Book now for Focus 2017!

Focus 2017 is in the beautiful green space of the Somerley estate in the New Forest!  It is around two hours from London and only 20 minutes to the Dorset beaches alongside lively Bournemouth.

You can book now on www.htb.org/focus and also take a look at highlights from 2016...