Covid19 arrangements

Church services are returning to ‘normal’
We are back to having services at St George’s at the usual time of 8.30 am and 10.30 am, but abiding by the CoVid19 restrictions.  This means we will be allowed up to 124 people in the church with any overflow accommodated in the hall.  We will still be broadcasting the 10.30 am service via Zoom for those who cannot attend in person.  This is an opportunity to join in worship together, and see our fellow Christians in person. We are trialling communion at the 8.30 service with a view to re-introducing it at the 10.30 service in the near future.

Our 10.30 am service is still available online
Please connect via Zoom by clicking this link.
Please arrive early, so we can make sure the technology is working for you before we begin.

For Our Internationals  – online meetings
The next meeting will be held on Saturday September 26th at 6.30 pm – meet in the St George’s Hall, or click here to connect via Zoom.
There will be some Bible, some discussion, some cultural input. We will be doing the Bible Study on our Sunday series. Therefore, we will be reviewing part of the series on the books of Colossians and Philemon.

During these challenging times of COVID-19, we know there are many people in Magill and our wider community who are feeling uncertain and unsettled.
Should you need  someone to talk to please ring this number (08) 8364 4152.
(depending on the time of your call, you may get a recorded message but we will return calls as soon as possible.)
If there is some way we can help, support or serve you, whether or not you are connected with St Georges, please contact the office and you will be put in touch with someone who will be able to help you.’
 

Our Vision:

St George’s will be a prayerful family which brings glory to Jesus Christ, by applying God’s word to our lives, and using our gifts and resources to proclaim the gospel at every opportunity in Magill and beyond

Our Profile:

Read all about us here in our profile statement

Our Study Programme:

Read about our current sermon series (23rd Feb to 31st May) here – Deuteronomy Study