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Welcome to St George’s Church Bloomsbury A church for ALL people The Church of England parish church of Bloomsbury
CHURCH OPEN No scheduled times at the moment If you are making a special journey to visit please confirm before coming as we are dependant on volunteers to keep the church open and cannot guarantee access. info@stgb.org.uk 020 7242 1979      SERVICES LIVE-STREAMING ON FACEBOOK If you would like to connect with our community please join facebook and then contact Fr David so he can invite you to join our St George’s Support Facebook Group: rector@stgb.org.uk You can also find information at  St George’s Bloomsbury public facebook page
One of the capitalís most wonderful buildings  The Guardian  DONATIONS  We would be enormously grateful if you could make a donation towards the costs that running the ministry of the church.  You can make a one off donation or set up a 		To DONATE ONLINE  click here  standing order direct to our bank account  Name: PCC of St George Bloomsbury Number: 00213615 Sort code: 60-01-73											Thank you!   SAFEGUARDING St Georgeís Bloomsbury has adopted the Diocese of Londonís Child Safeguarding Policy for the welfare of children and vulnerable adults whilst on the premises.     To view the policy please click here  Welcome to St Georgeís Bloomsbury!  We are a church rooted in the local community, but which welcomes people from across the world. We have a very diverse congregation and we believe that anybody can find a welcome and a place here.  As we emerge from the pandemic coming to church may well be the way in which what we have learned about ourselves in the world can be reflected upon, through scripture, silence, music and fellowship with eachother. For at the heart of the Christian faith is the discover of what it truly is to be a person.  Please do join us and find out for yourself.  For any questions or comments please drop Fr David a line on rector@stgb.org.uk							 Revd Dr David Peebles  Rector Home Home Services Services Who's who Who's who Events Events Hire Hire Contact Contact Policies Policies Donate Donate History History
REGULAR SERVICES 	 SUNDAY 	     10.30 am Parish Eucharist      followed by tea and coffee 		          8am Ukrainian Orthodox       2pm Korean Service               followed by a shared lunch	     	  WEDNESDAY    Morning Prayer       9 am	      followed by breakfast in a local cafe  Midweek Service     6.30 pm       Mindfulness, Meditation, Prayer			    1st   Weds     				               Sung Evening Prayer					    2nd                                                          Prayer, Silence, Adoration before Sacrament	    3rd                                                          Communion, laying on of hands for healing      4th
HOW AND WHY ARE SUNNI AND SHI’ITE MUSLIMS DIFFERENT? 7.15pm  Wednesday 6 March Prof. Hugh Kennedy will look at the 1500 year history of the split between the two main sects in Islam and also draw some parallels with Catholic and Protestant positions in the Christian tradition. Talk and discussion in the Vestry Hall behind the church.      FOOD GLORIOUS FOOD 7.15pm  Wednesday 13 March Join historian Prof. Kathryn Hughes  for a musical evening with Mrs Beeton, the Domestic Goddess who taught the Victorians to love tripe.  Talk and discussion in the Vestry Hall behind the church. 
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