One of the capital’s most wonderful buildings  The Guardian
Welcome to St George’s Church Bloomsbury
The Church of England parish church of Bloomsbury A church for all people
Services: Sundays  -  10.30am The Parish Eucharist. Tuesdays - Fridays 9am Morning Prayer. Wednesdays and Fridays at 1.10pm Holy Communion.   See more details here News:  Coming events: St George’s will again be participating in London Open House Weekend  Saturday 19th September 10:00 am - 5:00 pm Sunday 20th September 12:00 noon - 5:00 pm More details here soon.
One of the capital’s most wonderful buildings  The Guardian
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Greetings from St George’s, the Parish Church  of Bloomsbury. Our church is here for all people,  regardless of background. It is a place to meet  your neighbours and  to explore the Christian  faith in a rational and open-minded fashion. We  don’t think that we have the answers to all the  problems that life can bring, but we do believe  that the Christian faith is about helping each  other with them. We also believe that the  Christian faith is as much about curiosity as it is  about belief, and as much about laughter as  solemnity. Sometimes people feel a little bit shy about  coming to Church; they are not quite sure what  it is they are supposed to do once there. Well,  you don’t have to do anything - just turn up and  be yourself. That’s all that God asks.  On this website you will find a lot of information  about our church and a mixture of events that  are coming up at St George’s over the next few  months. You will also find contact details if you  want a bit more information. There are also lots  of events in the pipeline as well as all sorts of  groups that meet at the Church, from the  London Chess Club, the Women’s Institute and  various choirs and music ensembles.   Please do come along and see us. If you have  never been inside the Church you may be  surprised at how beautiful it is!  The Revd David Peebles, Rector
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