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 13h July 2014 @ 19:55
We are hiring a coach for Monday August 25th to enable as many people as possible from our parishes to join the free diocesan celebrations at Keysoe. If you would like to book a seat then please give your name and contact details to Glenis Turner as soon as possible. Thank you.
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The congregation of All Saints, Chalgrave will be remembering the events of 100 years ago by holding a special Eucharist with prayers for peace at Chalgrave Memorial Hall on Sunday 3rd August at 9:30am. All are welcome.
As a consequence, there will be no service at All Saints on 3rd August.
We will join the Royal British Legion in Toddington for a candlelit vigil of repentance and prayer at the War Memorial on the village green on the evening of Monday August 4th, the evening 100 years ago when war was declared. There will be no parade or waving of flags but rather a solemn and quiet reflective service. Please bring a lantern or torch with you to the war memorial for an 8:30pm start.
ANNUAL REPORT 2014
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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.