Welcome to St. George’s

Harvest Sunday 2nd October

Normal Sunday Services:

  • Our main service: Eucharist at 9:30am – Everyone is Welcome!
  • There is a Sunday School at 10:45am during term time – for Parents and Children.

Daily Prayer

All welcome at any of these weekly gatherings:

  • Monday, 9:30-10:00am – St. Luke’s Church
  • Tuesday 9:30-10:00am – St. George’s Church
  • Thursday 9:30-10:00am – St. Luke’s Church
  • *Saturday 9:30-10:00am – St. George’s Church

*First Saturday of month: Prayer Breakfast at another Ramsgate Church: 9:00-10:00am. See notices below.

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Daily Prayer

We are developing a vision to develop the St. George’s buildings so that they can better serve the town of Ramsgate in the years to come. We hope to achieve this by the church’s 200th anniversary in 2027. Read More…

Quote of the Week:

  • Harvest

      “Those who sow in tears will reap with songs of joy.”

      Psalm 126:5

    Latest Notices:

    Latest Sermons:

    • Welcome Back! (Luke 15:1-3,11-32)
      Jesus tells great stories, but what is he trying to do with the Parable of the Lost (or prodigal) Son. The clue is in the context in which he tells it. The story both assures those sinners coming to him in repentance and challenges those who criticise him for welcoming them.
    • Who is my neighbour? (Luke 10:25-37)
      After loving God, the greatest command according to the Bible is to ‘love your neighbour as yourself’? But who counts as a ‘neighbour’? That is the question an expert in the Old Testament Law poses to Jesus. Jesus responds with a story and a question.
    • A Time of Grief (Lamentations 3:22-33)
      With the death of Queen Elizabeth, feelings of great sadness and grief can emerge as well as a sense of uncertainty and concern as we enter into an unfamiliar new era. How can we respond? The book of Lamentations was written at a time of extreme grief and insecurity for God’s people. Yet, it’s central verses hold out a sense of hope in such circumstances.
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