We the people

Some of our folk have been with us since they were born, and others have only recently joined us since they were born, and everyone else has joined us along the way.   While a small group, we are diverse in experience, age, tradition, outlook, faith and taste.

We are always happy to welcome people to come and join with us, and always somewhat surprised when we find that people come along and stay with us.

About St George’s

We are situated at the end of Chadderton, but NOT in Manchester as the locals will tell you!  We are a changing parish, with lots of new people joining us, and many wanting to explore their Christian faith more deeply.  We aim to provide lively and meaningful worship that enables people to come as they are but not to go without the opportunity to be transformed by meeting with Jesus.  We hope that we as a family can be of service in that process, and while we may sometimes get it wrong, we are all on the same journey and would love to walk with you if you are interested in meeting with us.

We would love to be able to welcome you to our church

Most importantly, we want to assure you that you are welcome to come and join with us.  Whatever your background, or current circumstances, we hope to show you that you are loved and will find a home among us.

Monday to Friday

Thursday toddlers

We are open from 9 till 11 each Thursday during term time for play, songs, coffee and cakes and fellowship.  Come along and meet with us.  The vicar serves coffee and his home made banana bread, while the vicar’s wife does the singing, artwork, notices, welcome and goodbyes!

Tea Dancers

Our church hall is used on Monday afternoons and alternate Fridays and Saturdays by members of the community to meet, socialise and dance with occasional away trips organised by Frank and Hilda, members of our congregation. Please contact Frank directly on 0161 681 8624.

Keeping in Shape

We have two different groups that use our Church hall for the purposes of general fitness and keeping in shape, or changing shape if that is your preferred option.

On Monday’s at 10am Jackie has a group called FitFriends that meet,  Slimming World meet on Thursdays at 5pm and then 7pm  and Fridays at 9am Slimming World.

Uniformed Groups

If your children are interested in joining a uniformed group, we have six groups that meet during the week.

The boys sections meet on Mondays.  Beavers 5:30pm, Cubs and Scouts at 6:30pm til 8pm

The girls sections meet on Wednesdays.  Rainbows 5pm, Brownies 6:45pm, Guides 8 til 9:30pm

Although these details are included on this web site, we do not administer the groups themselves.

If you want to find out more information please contact the group leaders directly.

Beavers/Cubs        Sue Molyneaux          0161 682 7632

Scouts                     Paul Breslin                 07855 462 896

Rainbows               Sarah Platt                   stgeorgesrainbows@hotmail.co.uk

Brownies               Karin Higginson          DavidandKarin@hotmail.co.uk

Guides                   Sarah Ashton                sarahashton@hotmail.com

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On this Passover, when so many of us will be in lockdown, we think even more of the meaning of this Festival. It is about freedom from slavery and freedom to be who you want to be, with the community you want to be part of. We wish you all to be safe and well, to find the support where you can. Along with wishing for the liberation of us all from fear of the virus and from covad-19 itself, we will be remembering those who are not free: Palestinians in Gaza and the West Bank; all refugees; those in the camps of Calais, Lebanon, in Greece; in Cox’s Bazar; in Nauru and elsewhere; those in punitive lockdown in Kashmir; those imprisoned; and those who live in overcrowded slums and on the streets. For all these self isolation would be a luxury. For us, like William Blake, Jerusalem is not a geographical but a symbolic place, the place of safety; a place for all of us to build. We say “Next Year in Freedom and Security”.

God Bless you all.
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After watching Jess' inane chatter, follow the link to find out more about Maundy Thursday
www.life.church/media/crosstown/the-last-supper/
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St George Church, 504 Broadway, Chadderton, OL9 9NJ Greater Manchester