Our Vision

A people with hearts on fire, loving God, walking with Jesus and led by the Spirit

Westcombe Park: St George

Charlton Deanery

(a member of the East Greenwich Team Ministry)

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Address

Kirkside Road
Blackheath
London
SE3 7SQ

Location map

Parish Contacts

The Revd Tim Yeager
(Team Vicar)

89 Westcombe Park Road
London. SE3 7RZ

E-mail:rtyeager@gmail.com

Parish Office

c/o Forum@Greenwich
Trafalgar Road
London SE10 9EQ

Church Website
www.stgeorgeswestcombepark.org.uk

Sunday Services

11am Parish Communion with Children's Church

Details of other services and activities may be obtained from the church website

Information

Tradition: Central

Urban Priority Area: No

Introduction to parish

St. George's is a Parish Church, with a local, diverse and friendly congregation. The main Sunday act of worship is Parish Communion at 11am with Children's Church and there are a variety of other activities during the week

Details of the Church


Internal photoBuilt: 1890 - 92
Architect: Newman & Newman
Listing: not listed

 

St. George’s Church, consecrated in 1892, was built on a steeply sloping site with high, massively constructed timber pitched roof (17 metres from the floor of the church to the ridge), substantial buttressed brick walls with filler joist floors. There are small windows to the side aisle and clerestory windows to the main body of the church. Due to shortage of funds, the church was built in two halves, the first up to the 4th arch of the nave and completed when money became available. The Silvertown explosion in 1917 shook the church severely and it is recorded that the north arcade and east wall were affected. One pillar was broken and a wall stripped of plaster. During the Second World War the roof was lifted and returned four inches out of place. This was put right when war damage repairs were carried out in 1947-50.