Welcome to St. George's Seeking to be a vibrant and inclusive Christian community, inspired by God to reach out, nurture, heal and serve
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Services and Events for Week commencing 3rd July
Sunday 3rd July 8:30am - Holy communion 10am - 10:00am - Worship for all. Readings: Ephesians 2: 19-end, John 20: 24-29
Wednesday 6th July 1:30pm - Magic Dragons Toddler Group (Hall) 4:00pm - Kidsclub (Church)
Thursday 7th July 9:30am - Holy Communion
Sunday 10th July 10:00am - Family Communion (with childrens group)
The Collect: the prayer for this weekGod our saviour, look on this wounded world in pity and in power; hold us fast to your promises of peace won for us by your Son, our Saviour JesusChrist. Amen
Children's Group during Church Services
Our Sunday children's group has now restarted. This runs for around 30 minutes and includes a bible story, activities and prayer time. There will be a children's group during each 10am Holy Communion Sunday Service (2nd, 4th & 5th Sunday of each month).
Further to the recent interview we are pleased to announce that the Reverend Philip Morton, currently Vicar of the East Vale & Avon Villages in the Diocese of Worcester will be our Vicar of Rugby East.(St Georges and St Peter & St John) A date for Philip’s collation service will be confirmed shortly. Thank you for your prayers during this time. Please continue to pray for us, and for Philip as he prepares to leave his current church to serve our church and community here.
Joint Prayer Meetings with St. Peter & St. John Upcoming prayer meetings for our joining together and finding a new incumbent tbc Please come and pray with us for a new incumbent, on the following dates;
St Peter & St Johns Church Monday 11th July at 8pm
We desire to be a vibrant and inclusive Christian community, inspired by God, to worship and reach out to nurture, heal and serve. Worship: to make our lives ones of worship, both corporately and individually. Reach Out: to reach out. Archbishop Justin said, ‘The church is not a rest home for the saints but a lifeboat for the world’ Nurture: to accept where people, the community and our world are at present, and to encourage growth and development in a loving and supportive way. Heal: to heal the damage done to our environment, to heal difficult relationships, to pray for physical, emotional and mental healing, to heal struggling relationships with God. Serve: to serve by both practical action and prayer. Serving not only what God has given us (the world and all it contains) but also God himself; by proclaiming His word, making new disciples and loving one another as He loves us
We believe that all should be welcome, encouraged and supported. We believe that faith should be developed within the Church and shared in our wider community. We believe that we should show tolerance, understanding and compassionate support to each other We believe that we should work as a team, supporting each other so that we can better serve others. We believe in a God-centred life based on the precepts of the Bible and upheld by prayer. We believe that worship should be God-centred, accessible, joyful, stimulating and relevant.
Part of the Church of England Address: St John's Avenue, Rugby, Hillmorton, CV22 5HR Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Telephone: 01788 551453