Life Events


Baptism (christening) is the sacrament by which children and adults are welcomed into the fellowship of the Church. You are welcome to have your child baptised at St George’s. With the support of the church, you and your child’s godparents, your child will begin an amazing journey of faith. We also baptise young people and adults who wish to declare their faith in Jesus Christ and commit themselves to following him.

Baptisms at St George’s are normally part of the regular weekly service at 10:30am on a Sunday morning. If you would like to be baptised or arrange the baptism of your child, contact us by email.

All you need to know about planning and going to a Church of England baptism can be found on

Weddings and Blessings

If you are thinking of getting married or having your relationship blessed, St George’s Church would love to welcome you.

If at least one of you lives, or has lived for at least six months, in the Parish of East Greenwich, or you were baptised or confirmed here or have other family connections to the parish, and there are otherwise no legal impediments, you are eligible to have a church wedding at St George’s. Contact us for further information.

The Church of England website is a rich resource for couples who are planning a wedding. Visit for more information.

In accordance with Church of England guidance we’re also delighted to offer prayers of blessing for same sex couples (Prayers of Love and Faith). If you’re interested in exploring having a blessing at St George’s, come and have a chat with us, or get in touch.


The death of a loved one is a difficult time for all of us. Having a funeral in a church offers the opportunity for an unhurried, dignified and holy farewell to the loved one who has died. The service can then be followed by burial in a cemetery or cremation at a crematorium.

Your funeral director can explain the options. If you would like to hold a funeral or memorial service at St George’s, contact us for details.

The Church of England website offers helpful guidance and ideas for a church funeral at