Livestreamed and Recorded Services
The Worshipping Community of Saint George’s gather together to adore and praise God, to pray for the Church, the world, for all people, and to spend time together as friends.
Perhaps, in these difficult and daunting times, you feel nervous about meeting with others, or are continuing to isolate in your home. Or perhaps you are beginning to ask questions about your faith and want to know more about the Church and what public worship is like. Or there may be other reasons you find yourself looking at this page.
For whatever reason God has led you this page, we are pleased to be able to offer you our recorded acts of Worship and invite you to join us for our livestreamed services. In time, we hope you will be able to join us in person for our worship here at Saint George’s, where you will receive a warm welcome.
The Sixteenth Sunday after Trinity – Sunday 27th September 2020
The Parish Eucharist for the day can be viewed on our Facebook page by following this link: https://www.facebook.com/newmillschurch/videos/391241325610554/
Evening Prayer for the day can be viewed on our Facebook page by following this link: https://www.facebook.com/newmillschurch/videos/1077807819318653/
Mass for the Feast of Saint Michael and All Angels can be viewed by following this link:
The Midweek Mass for Wednesday can be viewed on our Facebook page by following this link:
Notices, Announcements & Celebrations
Principal Feasts and Saints Days Masses this month
Tuesday 29th September Michael and All Angels 9.30 a.m.
Harvest Thanksgiving will be celebrated in the Parish Eucharist on 04th October.
Annual Parochial Church Meeting
The Annual Parochial Church Meeting and Meeting to appoint Churchwardens will be held in church on Sunday 11th October at 11.00am.
At the meetings we will be appointing two churchwardens, three representatives to the Deanery Synod (who will be ex-officio members of the PCC} and seven members of the PCC.
If you wish to be nominated for any of these important roles, please ask David Wellens for a nomination form.
Test and Trace
Those of you who have the NHS Test and Trace App can now scan the QR code as you enter church, rather than completing the paper form.