At the heart of St George’s is an inclusive theology with an outward-looking, global-reaching vision.
Our church was born out of a holiday destination visited by folk from all around the world.
Our recognition that the congregation lives on a large map makes an important contribution to the search for peace, the struggle for justice, and the integrity of creation.
Fr. David Price, Chaplain (Right)
Lloyd Hobbard-Mitchell, Ordinand (Left)
We have so much to offer
Our work has increased
Developing partnerships is part of our mission and this commitment takes us beyond national boundaries to work together with Christians in all parts of the world and across all denominations.
Paul’s metaphor of the Body of Christ (1 Corinthians 12) challenges us; each part of the body needs the others, “The eye cannot say to the hand, ‘I have no need of you’”.
Different parts of the worldwide Church are called to join together in the essential task of sharing God’s love in a world full of different needs.
This is a task that crosses the boundaries of culture and language. No part of the Church can do it alone. We need each other. We are called to work in partnership with others.
Twinning church focus areas
Church links need a clear focus and plan developed together, between two partners.
To create a focus you could choose to reflect on one or more of the following areas: