Harvest Festival Evensong, with choir
6.30pm on Sunday 20th September 2020
Services and opening times for September & October
Online Services and Special Music
From July 2020 we have resumed our normal pattern of worship on Sundays (except third Sunday at 9.15am). We are also putting some services on our YouTube channel. If you would like, or know someone who would like a CD or DVD, please let us know.
- Email email@example.com to ask for a copy.
- YouTube St George’s Church, Great Bromley YouTube Channel
St George’s Church is currently open on Sundays and Wednesdays.
We are online, with online services from our benefice and around the country and we have an email newsletter – sign up at firstname.lastname@example.org
You can send prayer requests to email@example.com or phone a churchwarden.
On-line prayer, services, support and information
(please let us know if printed materials are needed for those not online).
Spiritual Communion Service to pray at home. You can light a candle, play some music or hymns, and use pictures from books or the internet to help your time of prayer.
Worship with the Book of Common Prayer
New phone resource launched by the Archbishop of Canterbury - please share this number with people who aren’t online. (at the prompt press 3 for prayers).
Morning Prayer (Matins) and Evening Prayer (Evensong), and two short services: Prayer during the Day, and Night Prayer (Compline) C of E Daily Prayer
The screen opens in ‘contemporary’ (Common Worship) version, or you can click on ‘more options’ to select ’traditional’ (Book of Common Prayer).
It’s easy to use in the app - at the bottom of that web page you can download the app by choosing either Apple or Google depending on your device.
Radio 3 evensong on Wednesday 3.30pm and Sunday 3pm.
You can listen at any time on BBC Sounds to a selection of archive services
A few years ago a group of like minded people from the benefice met together to discuss the future of Children in Church. The Children's Work Committee meet together regularly to plan "Messy Church".
The events can be found on the events page and listed in The Bromley Messenger magazine.
What is "Messy Church"?
Messy Church is an opportunity for young families to come to church in a new way, with craft activities, sharing of a meal and listening to God's word through stories, prayer and praise.
Messy church doesn't always take place in a church building but finds somewhere suitable for families to meet, it is an informal way of coming to church where we can make a mess and have some fun!
Please join us! For more information please phone Carol Cordwell 01206 395103.