The Parish values our connections with local church communities and the broader church.
St George’s supports the local Roman Catholic and Uniting Church communities.
- St Francis of Assisi at 463 Oxford St, Paddington
and St Joseph at 10 Albert St, Edgecliff
- Paddington Uniting Church, 395 Oxford St, Paddington
Join us and Paddington Uniting in these Christmas events.
Saturday 17 December – Blue Christmas with Paddington Uniting Church (invite on link).
Wednesday 21 December – Carol Singing with Paddington Uniting Church (invite on link) Commencing at 5pm at Paddington Uniting Church, with a stop at 6:00pm at Heart and Soul Woollahra, and concluding at Church in the Market Place, Bondi Junction at 7:30pm
Thursday 22 December, 3:30-7:30pm – Children’s Storytelling at Paddington Christmas Markets (invite on link) A new story every half hour.
Common Grace – a movement of people passionate about Jesus and justice. St George’s has been a key supporter of Common Grace and is excited about a vision of Christian people offering beautiful acts of generous justice for the sake of the vulnerable in Australia.
The Grasstree Gathering – The Grasstree Gathering is a national, inter-denominational and non-denominational event which brings together emerging and established Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Christian leaders from across Australia and from across denominations and churches. Grasstree Gathering’s vision is to celebrate, encourage, equip and inspire an emerging generation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Christian Leaders.
Brooke Prentis, Wakka Wakka woman, Aboriginal Christian Leader, calls on Voice, Treaty, Truth.
TEAR Australia – is changing its name to Tearfund, identifying with the Tearfund family of agencies across the world, which will mean more coordinated advocacy (such as you have seen through the Renew our World and Rubbish Campaigns); sharing resources for communications and education work; collaboration on theological issues impacting our work; a commitment to build more effective partnerships across our international work; and finally a commitment to prayer for our partners and one another. Tearfund says “We are excited for what God has in store. TEAR Australia as a name will cease as we again become Tearfund, however our work, focus and passion to serve the world’s most vulnerable and to engage Christians in Australia with the discipleship implications of the good news today won’t cease. In fact, as we prepare to celebrate our 50th year in 2021, be assured that we are only just getting started.
Jasmine Wrangles from TEAR speaking at St George’s on Creation groans waiting for our future glory from Romans 8:18-30: