Welcome to St George's, Stalybridge. An inclusive church of all ages




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    Baptism Bookings

    Please note that we get a lot of enquiries for baptisms and we are quite booked up.  The next two available dates for baptisms at 12.30pm are the 6 and 20 January 2019. Please use the Baptism Enquiry form to enquire about other possible dates.

     We have updated out data Privacy notice in line with the new General Data Protection regulations and a copy of this can be seen here​​​​​​ 


    On Sunday the 24th of June we celebrated the 178th anniversary of the consecration of our church and also the 25th anniversary of our vicar Philip's ordination to the priesthood. In the afternoon there was a Sparkling Strawberry Cream tea and this was followed by a Festival choral evensong. A very enjoyable day of celebration.

    In 2016 we renovated the south side of our church, funded with the help of a grant from the 'Listed Places of Worship' fund, as can be seen on here.

    Earlier this year we submitted plans to the 'Heritage Lottery Fund' for the renovation of the North side Parapet and gutters, etc., together with the replacement of all of our 178 year old roof, and also to update our upper lounge kitchen area and to replace/update the whole emergency lighting in all our building. We have now completed the development stage process and are now waiting for approval of the delivery stage grant and the faculty so we can start the project just after Christmas. The work will take up to 20 weeks to complete so hopefully the church will be ready for the Easter celebrations.


    St George's Church Stalybridge is a community of Anglican (Church of England) worshippers.

    St George's Vicar is the Revd. Philip Brierley. Philip was an Ordained Local Minister and has been our Curate for many years. He was made Priest-in-Charge in 2013 and was licensed as Vicar on the 11th of September 2016.

    We gather for worship on Sundays and Tuesdays during the week. This is usually for the Eucharist (or Holy Communion) that we believe is the central act of Christian worship.

    We also meet in order to be of service to others. This takes different forms:

    • activities that we run as a church,
    • things which we do with other groups
    • all that our congregation members do in their daily lives and occupations.

                 Our Weekly Services

    (Any variations will be detailed on our weekly sheet)


    10.30 a.m. Holy Communion and Junior Church 

                (4th Sunday Worship for All) 

    6.00 p.m. Occasional Special Services as announced


    10.30 a.m. Holy Communion

    Sunday & Tuesday Morning Readings  

    Daily Prayer for today
               Morning Prayer
               Evening Prayer
        Night Prayer (Compline)

     Daily Prayer provided by the official Church of England web site,
    © The Archbishops' Council of the Church of England, 2002-2004 

    To receive Communion at home when you are sick or housebound or to have the name of a departed friend or relation entered into the Book of Remembrance, please contact one of the Clergy or Wardens.

    For Baptisms, Marriages or Funerals please 'phone Philip (Vicar) on 0161 338 2368


    We are a Fairtrade Parish and have promised to serve only Fairly Traded Tea and Coffee and to work for justice for the world's poor.

    We will have a Fair Trade Stall at our Christmas Fair where Fair Trade Tea, Coffee and confectionary will be on sale 

    Our next Fair Trade event  will be early in the new year and dates will be published soon. We will be open from 2:00 pm to 4:00pm with refreshments and Fair Trade drinks, and you can buy Fair Trade products from the stall. 

    Please come along and enjoy a pleasant chat and a look round our 174 year old Parish Church and view our memorial plaques and decorative windows. Our Church yard has over 500 headstones dating back to the 1840's and includes several war graves and the memorial to the first MP for Stalybridge.