St George, Broad Oak

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A small wooden church, dedicated in 1959. Services every Sundays and on some weekdays during the month. Various events held in the Parish Room, which adjoins the church building.

It is the daughter church of All Saints, Old Heathfield.

The idea for a new church in Broad Oak dates back to 1942, and building work began in 1958.

The new church was dedicated by the then Bishop of Lewes, the Rt Revd G Warde, on July 30th 1959.

The church contains a striking painting of the crucifixion over the altar by Mordaunt Parker. It was painted in three sections between November 1959- May 1959.

A Parish Room was built on the rear of the church in 1981.

You will find a warm welcome at our church.

We will shortly become part of a united benefice with St Richard's church, Heathfield. Both parishes are currently in a vacancy.

Our parish mission statement is based on 1 Thessalonians 1:3 - We are a parish that, in our churches and wider community, aims to keep to the Scriptural principles of work produced by faith, labour prompted by love, and endurance inspired by hope in our Lord Jesus Christ.

 

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07824 831985 (Churchwarden) or 07842 843412 (Churchwarden)

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Sunday

Communion
A sung service of Holy Communion, using Common Worship
Every first Sunday at 9:30 AM for 1 hour and 5 minutes.
Family Friendly Common Worship
Family Service
A short service with hymns suitable for all the family (sometimes includes baptism)
Every second Sunday at 9:30 AM for 50 minutes
Family Friendly
Third Dimension Service
A different service every month, aiming to give a broader vision to some aspect of Church life, the Christian faith, or our worship. This will often include a visiting speaker.
Every third Sunday at 9:30 AM for 1 hour
Family Friendly
Family Service with Communion
A "family friendly" service of Holy Communion with hymns according to Common Worship
Every fourth Sunday at 9:30 AM for 1 hour
Family Friendly Common Worship

Monday

Mother and Toddlers Group
A place for youngsters to play and parents to meet and chat
Every Monday at 1:00 PM for 1½ hours
Family Friendly

Wednesday

Communion & Prayers for Healing
This monthly service is held on the first Wednesday of each month and is followed by 'Coffee and Chat'
Every first Wednesday at 9:45 AM for 50 minutes
Refreshments Common Worship
Christians Awake study group
A regular meeting for Bible study, discussion of selected topics - in fact, anything the group decides!
Every Wednesday at 7:30 PM for 2 hours
Refreshments

Features

Toilets

Wheelchair accessible toilets
Wall Paintings

 
     
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Church Open The church is open during daylight hours
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Other information
A Church Near You ID (venue number): 4965
Diocesan ID: CS0712
Built: 1959
Style of worship: Central
Our Patron: Bishop of Chichester
Archdeaconry: HASTINGS (103)
Deanery: DALLINGTON (10302)
Benefice: Heathfield (10/176C)
Parish Legal Name: All Saints Heathfield (100359 )
CofE Church Info: (610360 10/360)
Short URL: acny.uk/4965/
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The current editor is: Joseph Peters

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This page was last updated on Wednesday 27th January 2016
 
 
 
St George : Burwash Rd/Halley Rd., Broad Oak, East Sussex, TN21 8SS - Driving east, just past the Broad Oak Community Centre on your right; driving east, just past the Spar on your left

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