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St. George’s Church is back in action. We are open for private prayer every Wednesday.
All are welcome!
Full details below.

For the time being, Little Dragons, Friday Club, Friday Coffee, The Wednesday Tea Service and Bell-Ringing, must all remain suspended, but we hope to resume as soon as government advice allows.

The Church is Open for Private Prayer

St. George’s Church is open for private prayer and meditation once a week: on Wednesday mornings from 10:00 to 11:30. The West End Room is set out with chairs, candles and low background music to give some undisturbed peace and quiet.
We do all we can to ensure the safety of visitors. We ask them to provide contact details, to wear a face-mask, to maintain social distancing, and to sanitise their hands before entering.
At least one volunteer steward will be present nearby all times.
If you feel that you would benefit from the opportunity to pray in peace and perhaps light a candle, then feel free to call in when you are passing. If you know anyone who may benefit from visiting St. George’s for private prayer, then please let them know.
These arrangements may have to change in line with Government policy, in which case, details will be posted on this website.

You can pay in your sponsorship or gifts via the PayPal Button below which accepts PayPal AND credit/debit cards. Alternatively check with the congregation round-robin on the subject for the church Bank Details to make direct bank transfers.

Light up the Church over the Christmas Period

Photo – Robert Pither

We have vacant spots for sponsors to light up St George’s for Christmas. Perhaps in memory of a loved one, or just to make the church look good and stand proud through the night. £20.00 per night.
For booking and payment details phone 01743 791069.




Announcement from Archbishops of Canterbury and York

*Daily Update from Hereford Diocese*

*A Message from our Clergy and Church Wardens*

Shropshire Council Information Sheet

Shropshire Council Further Information Sheet

**An Important Message About The Cemetery – From The Church Wardens**

**A note from Robert Pither: If you need computer support, bearing in mind that Pontesbury Broadplace is not available during the ‘Lockdown’, give him a ring, and he will guide you to download ‘Teamviewer’, which will allow him to give you some assistance. You can send him a message to get his number via the Contact page on this website.**

Pontesbury Village Newsletter can be found here. Downloads are at the bottom of the page.

Hereford Diocese plan to continue offering an online service every Sunday from the Diocese, it will be broadcast via their Facebook page and available to watch from their YouTube channel. The YouTube channel has all the past broadcasts too, so you can catch-up if you wish. The Facebook page is accessible to those who do not have Facebook, though you might keep getting invitations to join! The presentation teams are listed below.

29 NovIntergenerational Team
06 DecNational Worship Service
13 DecNational Worship Service
20 DecNational Worship Service

*You can use the weekly bulletin for private worship, Many people from around the world download this document, and follow the Collect, Readings, Reflections on the readings and Prayers of Intercession. Try it here: *

Reverend Christopher has prepared ‘An Order of Service for the Kingdom Season and Advent for us to use at home, in conjunction with the weekly bulletin, the reflections on the readings in the bulletin and the prayers of intercession.
It is designed for the last two weeks of November and the beginning of December, and is to cover those weeks when we will not be able to worship in Church.
Find it here:

*Here’s a link to our monthly Parish Magazine. Past copies are also available*

**And now for something completely different – try the Gospel of Mark, a study authored by The Reverend Christopher Cooke. It has its own page from the top menu: Mark**

**Want to say something, try commenting on our new Blog, or write an article or item for it. Go Here**

You might like to take part in this survey: Church & You Survey

Keep an eye on this page for any further decisions on our worship or other activities.