One of the capital’s most wonderful buildings The Guardian
Welcome toSt George’s Church Bloomsbury
The Church of England parish church of BloomsburyA church for all people
St George's Bloomsbury is the sixth and final London church designed by the leading architect of the English Baroque, Nicholas Hawksmoor. Originally consecrated in 1731, St George's was reopened to the public in 2006 following a five year restoration initiated and managed by the World Monuments Fund Britain and made possible by the generosity of the Paul Mellon Estate and the Heritage Lottery Fund.Today, St George's is a thriving parish church, concert venue and centre for community arts and education located at the heart of Bloomsbury, two minutes walk from the British Museum. Both the church and our multimedia exhibition Hawksmoor & Bloomsbury are open on a regular basis to visitors.
News: CHRISTMAS SERVICESSt George's Carol ServiceThursday 18th December at 7.00pmTraditional carols and readings followed by mulled wine and mince piesChristmas Eve - 24th December 6.30pmFirst communion of ChristmasChristmas Day - 25th December 10.30amThe parish eucharist of the nativity
One of the capital’s most wonderful buildingsThe Guardian
Prayer of the dayFor a prayer of the day, please clickhere
Baroness Shirley Williams with Fr David and PCC member Hugh Kennedy, after her talk at St George’s on October 1st about women during WWI