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St. George's is a small, friendly, welcoming village church.  We are broadly Open Evangelical in tradition but we hold lightly to any specific label.  We have a range of modern and traditional services, a lively community programme for all ages, homegroups for study, and good connections with our school, our link church in Strood, and our Mission Partners in the UK and overseas.


From Sunday 18th April we will be returning to having face-to-face services in the church at 10.30am. From Sunday 18th July we will be live streaming our services. It may take us a few weeks to work out exactly how to do this so please be patient with us as we experiment. The services will go out live on the St George's Church Weald YouTube page  and we will put links to the service on the website and on our facebook page after the service is completed so you can watch it later if you would like to. 


Thank you to everyone who has donated to our Online Streaming Appeal and has made this possible. If you would still like to donate towards the appeal, you can do so in the following ways: WIth cash or cheques (payable to 'St George's PCC' sent to: St George's Treasurer, 8 Hurst Farm Road, Weald, Sevenoaks TN14 6PW. By BACS - payment details on request to the Treasurer (please give name and address). When paying by BACS you will need to give a reference - please give your name followed by 'Streaming Appeal.' If you are a tax payer, for efficient giving, please fill in a Gift Aid form for this event which can be downloaded here, and email it to the Treasurer as per the above address. 


The '10' Challenge

This year we are once again having the St George's '10 Challenge' during July and August- Find out more on our website here and sign up to take part


Cafe on the Green - A Place of Welcome

In view of the difficulties and isolation caused by the pandemic we are setting up a 'Cafe on the Green' on a Tuesday morning in The Memorial Hall. It will be open from 10am to 12am and we hope to open on the 20th July. The Cafe will serve tea, coffee and cake and provide an opportunity for anyone to come and have a chat in a welcoming environment. There will be an opportunity to talk through any issues with which anyone is having difficulty and be signposted for further support if needed. We hope this will be something for the whole community, for both men and women and for all ages.

Please do contact either Nikky Goozee or Sarah Jones if you woudl like more information.

Thank you for your support.


Julia and Michael's wedding

If you were unable to join us for Julia and Michael's wedding then you can view it here.


Opening the Church

Following guidance from the Diocese we have completed the relevant needs assessment and the church will be open from 9am-4pm on Thursdays and Sundays. Although at the moment the church is closed due to ongoing work taking place.



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