8Am Holy Communion
10am Holy Communion/Morning Prayer and Kids Church
CovidSafe Conditions of Entry
Please do not enter St George’s if you
- are feeling unwell
- have cold or flu symptoms
- have come into contact with anyone with Covid-19
- Sanitise your hands
- Maintain 1.5m physical distancing
- Be ready to give your contact details on arrival
If you can’t make it in person, you can join our 10am service on Zoom. Click the link below.
Meeting ID: 649-872-3251.
You can get Zoom here.
Morning Prayer will break December 25 and resume January 4.
You can also visit one of our weekly Bible Study groups.
If you would like support (spiritual, emotional or practical) at this time please call or email us.
Rev. Victor Shaw: 0424 230 579
A prayer for this time.
Sovereign Lord, you are the hope and healer of your people and have promised a world where there is no more sickness or crying or death. By your death and resurrection you have set your people free from the penalty of sin and death. We pray your kingdom come, your will be done on earth as it is in heaven.
Please prosper the work of those who are seeking a vaccine for the coronavirus, strengthen those who are treating the sick, comfort those who are mourning the loss of loved ones or living in fear of this disease. Please give to governing authorities wisdom in their management of this crisis.
Give to all people your peace, beyond understanding, generous and wise hearts and a renewed trust in your sovereign goodness and glory. Turn the hearts of many now experiencing fear and anxiety that they they may find that peace which is the fruit of the death and resurrection of your Son, Jesus Christ our Lord, in whose name we pray, Amen.
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At St George’s we come from many different backgrounds. Kids, youth, and seniors; people who live in the city and those from the suburbs; some who are students, others who are workers; families and singles, people from overseas and interstate.
The thing we have in common is our desire to know God and to be known by him, through faith in Jesus Christ. St George’s offers a loving community with a vital faith that is grounded in biblical Christianity and framed in the rich heritage of classical orthodox Anglicanism.
We exist to see people
Drawn to the Light of Christ
Transformed by the Light of Christ
and Sent out to shine the Light of Christ