Rev. Trev's Welcome and Guide to Safely Returning to Church
Rev. Trev's Reflection Sunday 5th July 2020
Liturgy from the Lounge:Sunday 5th July 2020
Rev. Trev's Reflection from the Lady Chapel: Sunday 28th June
Liturgy from the lounge for Sunday 28th June 2020
Rev Trev invites us into St. George's to pray..Please watch the video!
Trailer for our Liturgy from the Lounge.
Welcome to the Parish of Norton
Good news!! St George's is open for services on Sundays at 9.30am. We want to welcome back all who are ready and wish to attend, however we need to know numbers in advance so we can manage this effectively!
Therefore if you are hoping to attend this service please contact Rev. Trev detailing your name and the number in your household attending by:
Please contact Rev.Trev by Thursday of the week you wish to attend. This will give us time to prepare the church and make it safe. This is a great step forward for us all but we need to be mindful of everyone's safety and follow all the guidelines and rules. Please read the documents in the 'Our Church Life' section below. We are really looking forward to meeting up with you all soon ( but social distancing!)
We are continuing to stream services Live on Facebook each Sunday at 9.30 am. Click on link.
Following the latest Government instructions St George's church is now open for private prayer Monday to Friday 10 am to 4pm. St. Nicholas church remains closed.
If we are able to help you in any way at this time, SHOPPING, PRESCRIPTIONS, ERRANDS, SOMEONE TO CHAT TO... please contact us on our 'Love Your Neighbour' phoneline - 07394 648378
Welcome to St Georges and St Nicholas Church in Norton Parish. Whether you are looking for a church to join, visiting us or moving into the area, we look forward to meeting you.
There is something for everyone in Norton Parish. Our two churches seek to provide a place where there is ‘Room for All’, we welcome you regardless of your age or stage of life .We hope to meet those in later life to those in early days and every age in between. We really welcome and accept all who are new to faith, experienced in faith or wondering about what faith even means.
There are many opportunities here within our church community and we want you to find yourself at home with us.
We are an Anglican church who centre our worship around sharing bread and wine together at God’s table. As we do this collectively, we seek God’s heart for our lives and try to live faithfully and generously as we serve God’s world.