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Posted by Marina on 19/06/2018

I would recommend providing a contact email address & Telephone number for those who need to get in touch on administrative matters (e.g. to get copies of baptismal certificates).

Posted by Susan on 07/06/2018   Email

07/06/18. Love your website. Love shines out. :)

Posted by Sue Nair on 19/07/2017   Email

Hi Bian We are one of the learning providers based in southend. We have ourlearning delivery happening in central, east and south london. We would like to hire your church hall to conduct our learner's graduation ceremony, preferable on 5th August 2017. Can you please give me a call at your earliest convenience to discuss this further? Many thanks Sue 07479002722 07102831170 Results Consortium Ltd

Posted by Martin Richards on 07/10/2015

I am just writing some notes about my memories of living in Burford road and my father rescuing my rabbit (Bobtail) from the hutch at the bottom of our garden on the night the church hut burnt down.

Posted by Lyn wright on 02/08/2015

I have just found this site so here goes. I have been a member of this church for nearly 30 years and I love my church. We are truly a family of God. We all share in our grief and our fun. In September we start our study of having a relationship with the trinity Please try and come. And share your experience. God bless. Lyn

Posted by Ian Reynolds on 31/07/2014   Email

My father was Rev Reynolds and I was baptised in St Georges in 1944. The vicarage was then in Cotswold Gardens I have a photograph of the choir which would have been around 1946. If anyone is interested let me know

Posted by greg on 02/06/2014   Email

Hi. I was the evening service organist from 1987-89, choirboy from 1982 to 1989 and a mischievous little boy at Sunday School prior to all that. I really liked the website. FYI played the piano at the associate ministers last service at St Saviours Forest Gate. Remember me anyone?

Posted by Smithb518 on 22/05/2014

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Posted by John on 26/07/2012

Sandie, thanks. The Vestry Hour is 7:00pm to 8:00pm on Tuesdays.

Posted by Sandie on 26/07/2012

Great new website. I was wondering if Thursdays at 7pm is still the drop-in time to see the vicar to, for example, arrange a Christening :-)

Posted by David T Haokip on 15/05/2012   Email

Dear brothers and siiters, I am so pleased that church webssite is more active now days, good work for the King and His church. Thanks and Blessing David T Haokip, Vicar

Posted by Regina & Adom on 05/05/2012

Pls Come To Our Church Its a Very Nice Place To Worship God =)

Posted by John on 16/04/2012

Derek - done, check the Contact us page.

Posted by Derek Vincent on 16/04/2012

Nice website and a very active church. Could you kindly include the address (and possibly transport directions) of the church so that visitors can find it easy to locate the church.

Posted by Gene Walker on 05/12/2011

I could not find your address on your website!

Posted by brian hammond on 24/03/2011   Email

I was a choir-boy and later a server in the church from 1937-1947, with a break 1939-42. The choir-master/organist was Reginald Leslie Smith. Does anyone remember him?

Posted by R. Patrick on 29/01/2011

Hello John, good to see you at the Martial Arts evening. When are we going to see you back in the dojo?

Posted by John on 20/10/2010

Just a test. Everyone, this new website needs to be used, or elso lost. John