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Photos Copyright Fr. Christopher Epps



Welcome to St. George's Website.


St. George's Church is a Parish under the auspices of the Society of Ss. Wilfred and Hilda under the Episcopal care of the Bishop of Oswestry (formerly Ebbsfleet). The Parish is in interregnum but is served by three retired Society priests (SSC).

We sit firmly in the Orthodox Anglo-Catholic tradition.

The See of Oswestry:

The Society of Ss. Wilfred & Hilda: 

Our Mission -

Is to proclaim the Gospel of Christ, celebrate the Sacraments and maintain the true faith as handed down by the Apostles and early Church Fathers.

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For Latest News

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Weddings & Baptisms


Our church offers a traditional setting for your most sacred celebrations.


To enquire about a wedding or baptism please contact:

Mrs Sue Pettit 01872 273222

For other contact details see Visit us



On Sundays our sung Parish Mass is at 9.30am.


See "Latest News" below for additional services.

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Latest News​​​​

  • St. George's forthcoming events:

  • St. George's Patronal Festival -

  • Bishop Paul will be with us for our Patronal Festival on Sunday 21st April, and will preside at Mass. There will be a celebratory lunch after Mass.

Other news:

  • Family Fest 2024 - 14th -16th June

  • The Glastonbury Pilgrimage 2024 will be the Centenary event and the date is Saturday, 13th July, 2024 


Ensuring that children and young people as well as vulnerable adults are kept safe whilst in our care is an integral part of our church life. If you have any concerns about safeguarding please contact our safeguarding coordinator Sue Pettit on 01872 273222. 

In the Diocese:

Reverend Andy Earl Diocesan Safeguarding Adviser: 01872 274351 

Out of Hours or after 5pm and weekends:

01208 251300 

In an emergency situation: 

Local Authority Children’s Social Care:

0300 123 1116 

Local Authority Adult’s Social Care:

0300 1234131 

It was a joy, as always, to welcome Bishop Paul to St. George's on Sunday 18th February to celebrate Vespers and Benediction. The liturgy was followed by a cream tea and cakes!

Fr. Christopher attended the first ever Oswestry Eucharistic Conference held at the Shrine of our Lady of Walsingham last November.

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