Verse for the Day
Sunday Morning - 10AM
Sunday Evening - 6PM
Wednessday Morning - 10AM
A Parish at War - 20th - 21st September
A Parish at War: Over the weekend of Sept. 20/21 local historian Sandra Soder, on behalf of the Friends of St.George's, presents a new exhibition based on accounts of Gravesend in the Great War and on the fascinating stories of the men honoured on our WW1 Memorial Board. Sat. 20: 10am-4pm & Sun. 21: 12 noon – 4pm. On Sat. at 3pm, Sandra Soder will be giving a talk on her new book, which covers this topic.
Harvest Barn Dance - Friday 10th October
Harvest Barn Dance on Fri. 10th Oct., 7pm. Cost £10 includes a light buffet and live music by The Ian Petrie Band. Tickets to be purchased in advance from Neil or firstname.lastname@example.org
The Leoa Academic Male Voice Choir - 4th October
The Leoa Academic Male Voice Choir will be in concert in church on 4th Oct. starting at 7pm. Tickets at £5 each available in advance from Neil or email@example.com
Prayer Partners -
If you would like to have a prayer partner for spiritual support, please let Val Westrap know. This is something organised for church members but if there is something or someone you would like us to pray for, please send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Princess Pocahontas was a native American who, in the year 1607, intervened to save the life of pioneer Captain John Smith. She became the first of her nation to convert to Christianity. Later, she married an Englishman, John Rolfe, and left her home in Virginia to travel to England.
In 1617, aged just 21, Pocahontas died on a ship anchored off Gravesend. It is popular belief that her remains are buried somewhere in the vicinity of St George’s Church...