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A Very Warm Welcome.

Herzlich willkommen.


St George's belongs to the Church of England's
Diocese in Europe.
We are a welcoming, inclusive,
international and English-speaking community
with roughly equal numbers of British, North American
and German natives, other Europeans and smaller numbers of people
from different African and Asian countries and the rest of the world.

The Pastor of St George’s,
The Revd Canon
Christopher Jage-Bowler,
 

is British.
the Assistant Priest,
 The Revd Joachim Reich,
is German.
Both of them are always happy to help
in any pastoral matters.

Please check here the current worship times and churches.

We would love to meet you.


Our Mission Statement

1. St George’s Church exists to celebrate and proclaim the love of God for all people as revealed in Jesus Christ and the presence of the Holy Spirit in our daily lives.
2. St George’s Church obeys this vocation by living out its Anglican or ‘Episcopal’ tradition in an open, attractive and hospitable fashion.
3. To that tradition belong our liturgy and worship, which follow primarily the authorized forms of the Church of England, the regular celebration of the Sacraments, reading of Holy Scripture and instruction, respecting the individual conscience 
and the freedom of the reasoning mind.
4. As a local expression of the catholic Church 
our vocation is to make known the Gospel of Jesus Christ:
a) to all who will hear it, irrespective of nationality, although recognizing the particular needs and claims upon us of the international Anglican community and of all who seek a spiritual home in a congregation which worships mainly in English; thereby we bear witness to the inclusiveness and universality of God’s love.
b) by celebrating the presence and working of the Holy Spirit in our lives, and welcoming all those who seek God.
c) by the ministry of hospitality, using our buildings as a resource to serve the community whether through sponsoring concerts, cultural events, service groups, and other types of outreach to the community.
d) by offering services of public worship and praise which in their beauty and dignity serve to identify and celebrate God’s presence in the world.
e) through Christian education programs (such as Children´s Church, teenage groups, and adult Christian education, Bible study groups, prayer groups) to learn of God’s presence in the Bible and the here and now of everyday life.
f) directly, in sermons, personal conversation, writings, in the media and in the united efforts of our community to share the Good News.
g) through ecumenical partnership with the German- and English-speaking Churches around us. By such means we seek to carry out the promise of our baptism and do the work of Jesus Christ in Berlin.