Thursday, 20h December - 7:00 pm 
A Choral Christmas Cracker
 Featuring the St George’s Choir and the Blackheath Centre for Singing. (At Mycenae House, 90 Mycenae Road SE3 7SE).

Saturday, 1st December- 6:00 pm  
​​​​Choir Concert: VoxSoul 

St George's is happy host a concert by VoxSoul, a visiting youth choir from Lisbon, Portugal. Refreshments provided. A retiring collection will be taken for the Greenwich Winter Night Shelter.

Sunday, 16th December - 6:00 pm 
Christmas Carol Service 

Our most popular service of the year.  A traditional carol service with congregational singing, choir performance and instrumental solos. Followed by hot mulled wine, drinks and mince pies. Come early for the best seats!

Sunday, 9th December - 6:00 pm 

Brass in Concert
The Big Smoke Brass Quintet will present a free concert at St George's.

A retiring collection will be taken.


For a complete list of our Christmas services and

events, click on the image at right....

Serving Westcombe Park in East Greenwich, SE3 7SD

Saturday, 8th December - 4:30 pm 
Christmas Carols at the Royal Standard Pub

St George's parishioners lead the patrons in Christmas carols, with Rev. Tim on the accordion.

Tuesday, 25th December - 10:30 am 
All Age Christmas Day Communion
 A family-friendly service with communion on Christmas morning.

Monday, 24th December - 11:30 pm 
Christmas Eve Midnight Mass 
A special late-night Holy Communion service with carols and candlelight, based upon the Gospels of Luke and John.

Sunday, 6th January - 11:00 am 
All Age Feast of the Epiphany

A communion service based upon the visit of the Wise Men to the Baby Jesus, from the Gospel of Matthew.  Frankincense (one of the gifts of the Magi) will be burned during the service. Sounds, sights and smells of Christmas!

Monday, 24th December - 4:00 pm 

Christmas Eve Crib Service
A family-friendly "hands on" service in which the children help to build a nativity scene. Refreshments follow.

Thursday, 6th December - 8:00 pm 
“Io Saturnalia -The Pagan Roots of Christmas Traditions” 
Sam Moorhead (British Museum) will give an illustrated talk on how earlier pagan and Roman traditions were adopted by the early Church as part of the Christmas celebration. Sam is a leading expert on late Roman/early Christian era history.  Refreshments provided.  A retiring collection will be taken.