About Us

St George's Church, the Parish of St George and All Saints Douglas

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We long to serve the communities of the island and our parish, by being a welcoming and inclusive church, where all can feel at home and accepted by God and by us.

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St George’s is the Civic Church of the Capital Town of the Isle of Man and a popular concert venue. We are the oldest church building in Douglas, and very well maintained. We have just installed story boards in our churchyard telling the tale of a church with a long and fascinating history. We are well worth a visit if you're visiting the island. We are open during most days EXCEPT for Mondays, and our church is rich in history: please call in for a look round: there is a church history available for £1.

<div>Whilst we're full of history - we are also a thriving church family today and looking to the future with hope! We are a warm and welcoming church to people of all ages and att types. Please see our web page for dates and time of services, but usually 10.30am and 6pm on Sundays, 6pm on Fridays for Compline (Night Prayer) and 1st Sundays of the month in All Saints Hall our Messy Church meets at 11am.

We live stream to our Facebook page Sunday mornings at 10.30 and Friday Compline. We use data projection for hymns, worship songs and prayers. We have a super new organ built by Harris & Harris in 2000, played by Nicholas Roberts and/or Ian Quayle, our talented organists, and a talented and versatile Music Group.

In all of our worship we seek to be engaging and faithful. The Word of God is handled with a living faith and a lively intelligence and we look to it for the Word of God seek to apply it in our lives with faith and imagination.


We have a PlaySpace at the rear of church for babies and toddlers and activities for older children. We serve freshly brewed, fairly traded tea and coffee with biscuits (and sometimes homemade cakes!) after the 10.30 service.

We have modern toilet facilities, including one adapted for wheelchair users and others with physical disability and a baby changing unit, and a hearing-aid loop is fitted to the churchfor those who need it. There are no steps into the church building or to the Communion rail. We use a lot of multi-media e.g. all hymns are projected onto screens around the church. There are Bibles available in each of the pews.

We believe that our modern and very efficient heating system makes us the warmest church building - certainly the warmest Anglican building - on the Isle of Man!

We would love to see you at any of our services.