Last year 500 churches took part. This year we’re joining the ruck! Join us online 14 Nov
Prom Praise can now be watched online, featuring our musicians
Join Donkey’s online Easter Egg Hunt after the Easter Sunday service at 10.30am
Saturday 14th September at St George’s Church, Morden from 2-5pm.
A free afternoon of fun for families in the community.
With a superhero theme. With great bouncing “comes great responsibility.”
Tiger. Pirate. Monster. Glitter tattoo. Michelangelo Fresco. You name it, we’ll paint it badly!
A professional drummer will teach the kids some cool beats. Come back and play at our service on Sunday!
A Bible Puppet Show
Al, Rosemary and few furry friends will tell part of the greatest story ever, at 2.30pm, 3.30pm and 4.30pm in church.
Trevor with his Train Set
Extracted from his loft for one day only. Proving that you are never too old for toys. We’ve been promised a couple of unusual Hornby pieces.
Games with Prizes
Including Find the Treasure. Guess the Number of Sweets in a Jar. Table Football. Hook the Duck. Splat the Rat. All in a Vegan friendly manner.
And Refreshments. Home made cakes and more cups of tea than is healthy.
It is all FREE. All are welcome (despite the scary looking fella below).
Come and find out more of what happens at St George’s!
An Evening with David and Vivienne French
Plus String Quartet and Christian Reflections
St George’s Church, Central Road, Morden, SM4 5RJ
Saturday December 1st from 7.30pm
Music to include…
Popular classical favourites such as
Eine Kleine Nachtmusik – Mozart
The Swan – Saint- Saens
The Entertainer – Joplin.
Also featuring guest appearances by young local talented musicians and a variety of Christmas music in the second half of the programme.
Tickets £8 in advance (£5 for those aged 16 or under). £9 on the door, subject to availability. Price includes refreshments.
Contact 020 8648 3105, email@example.com, or the Parish office (open 9am-1pm on weekdays).
An interactive educational experience for children about the Bible
For one evening, St George’s will be transformed into a Bedouin tent, printing press and scribe school for a learning experience to show how the Bible came into being.
– Travel back in time
– Dress up
– Hear stories from the Old Testament
– Experience being a scribe
– Try hand printing
– See Bibles in lots of different languages
FRIDAY 2ND NOVEMBER, 4.15 PM
Bible 66 will be run with the Schools’ Christian Resources Centre, which provides Christian teaching and educational experiences for local schools.
For children aged 4 to 11. No need to book; simply turn up on the day. Parents and carers can stay with their children. The session will last around an hour an a half. Free. Fun. All welcome.
For more details, contact firstname.lastname@example.org, 020 8685 0012