Normal Sunday Services:

  • Our main service: Eucharist at 9:30am – Everyone is Welcome!
  • Our Sunday School will be running at 10:30am on the second Sunday of each month.

Quote of the Week:

  • Pentecost

    “But you will receive power

    when the Holy Spirit comes on you;

    and you will be my witnesses…

    to the ends of the earth”

    (Acts 1:8)

Latest Notices:

Upcoming Events

  • Sailors’ Church
    There will be a launch service for the summer season of Sailors’ Church in the harbour on Sunday 4th June at 6pm, with afternoon tea from 5pm beforehand. Everyone is welcome to attend.
  • Yard Sale – Summer 2023
    On the second Saturday of the summer months (10th June, 8th July, 12th August, 9th September) there will be a Yard Sale – stalls and activities, pre-loved and vintage clothes, food, bric-a-brac, crafts and lots of family fun.
  • Annual Meeting
    St. George’s Annual Meeting will take place in the church at 7pm on Thursday 25th May. It is a great chance to celebrate all that God has been doing amongst us over the last year (see the annual report below), to elect and pray for those involved in key governance work and to think ahead to what God might be doing with us in the future.

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

Latest Sermons:

  • Witnesses (Acts 1:6-14)
    What’s next? Jesus had died and risen again, but what was next for him and his disciples and what’s next for us as a church?
  • Your Kingdom Come (Matthew 26:36-46)
    What are we praying for in the Lord’s Prayer? What does Jesus mean by, “Your Kingdom Come.” What kind of kingdom is this?
  • Do you believe in organised religion? (Exodus 18:13-27)
    Increasingly people say they want to be ‘Spiritual’ but don’t believe in organised religion. We are not saved by organised religion, but we do need it to help us in our discipleship. In Exodus 18, Moses is given advice on how to organise the people of God.

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…

St. Luke’s,

St. George’s is working in partnership with St. Luke’s church in Ramsgate. Check out their website for information of what is going on there.

Online Church Administration

At St. George’s, we use iKnow to help with our administration. When you register for St. George’s, you can give us your contact details and permissions along with those for your children. You will then be sent an iKnow login, which you can use to update any of your data or change your permissions. When you join a volunteer team iKnow will also show you the rotas you are on and send you reminder emails.

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