Church of England Diocese of Durham St. George, East Boldon

St George, East Boldon

Welcome to St George, East Boldon part of the Benefice of the Boldons. We're an open and inclusive community, worshiping from the church building in the midst of our village, which is also home to Little Acorns Nursery. Our aim is to share the love of Jesus that we know in our lives, with those in our community. If we can help in any way please don't hesitate to make contact, either in person at any time that the building is open, or by telephone or email.

You're invited

You are very welcome at our Advent and Christmas services and events – bring your family and friends or come along on your own. Whether it will be your first time at church or you have been before, we look forward to welcoming you!

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The Reverend Paul Barker

The Rectory
13 Rectory Green
West Boldon
NE36 0QD

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Sunday Worship

Occuring
Every Sunday at for 1 hour
Venue
St George, East Boldon
Address
Front Street East Boldon, NE36 0SW, GB

Sunday morning worship at St George alternates between a service of morning prayer including a chance to discuss the bible reading for the week, and a service of Holy Communion (The Eucharist).

Safeguarding

The Benefice of The Boldons is committed to creating and maintaining a safe and nurturing environment for everyone, especially for children, young people and vulnerable adults.

To discuss any safeguarding concerns relating to St Nicholas, West Boldon please contact either:

- the Parish Safeguarding Officer, Susan Bates, by telephone on 07821 727529
- the Parish Priest, Reverend Paul Barker, by telephone on 0191 536 7705

Concerns can also be raised with the Diocesan Safeguarding Advisor, Mrs Beth Miller - she can be contacted as follows:

Address: Cuthbert House, Stonebridge, Durham DH1 3RY
Email: [email protected] or [email protected]
Telephone: 07968 034075

If you have immediate concerns about the safety of someone, please contact the police and your local authority’s children or adult social care services.

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