St George of England Parish Church, TODDINGTON, Bedfordshire
Please join us in worship any Sunday Morning at 8am and 11am. A warm welcome awaits you.
L A T E S T N E W S - Last Update On 15th November 2014 @ 20:45
Our very own Strictly Come Dancing night was enjoyed by all with fantastic music, brilliant dancing, a great atmosphere and one or two naughty drinks!! If you would like to see some video clips of the event and even get a glimpse of our dear Rector dancing then click on this link to my YouTube Channel.
Thank you to everyone who attended and special thanks to Glenis Turner and Patricia Keymer for helping to set up and keeping us all refreshed with food and drinks and thanks also to Paul Horsler, Josh Halsey and TADS for the loan of the lighting and sound equipment.
We are planning another similar event in the new year so watch this space.
Model of St George's finds its way home to Toddington from Stratford-upon-Avon
This stunning model of St George of England Church, Toddington was created by artist Ray Phillips in 1997.
It shows beautifully the church in its glory standing proud as it has done for many centuries. It took Ray 250 hours to create the model and has been made entirely out of used wood.
Further pictures of the model are available by clicking here
ANNUAL REPORT 2014
Please click here to view St George's Annual Report 2014
to Toddington St George Church of England School on gaining a Silver RE Quality Mark award.
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DID YOU KNOW...
St George's Church was dedicate to St George in the year 1222.
There used to be a Motte and Bailey Castle at Toddington (Congar Hill) and Chalgrave.
St George is not just the patron saint of England, of course – notably, he’s also
the patron saint of Georgia, Germany, Portugal, Palestine and lepers, among
He was probably a soldier and died in Palestine for his faith c303AD and the
Church remembers him every year on 23rd April.