St George Church
The parish church of St George lies at the centre of the village. Dating from the 14th century and before, all but the tower was destroyed or damaged in 1940 – the first church to be destroyed in the Second World War. The church was re-built in an updated but traditional style and re-consecrated in 1952. With large clear glazed windows it is a light and friendly place to worship.
Services are held by The Revd Bill
Pattern of Services at Clyst St. George:
8.00 a.m. BCP Said Eucharist
11.00 a.m. Morning Worship
3rd Sunday alternates every other month with Clyst St. Mary
09.30 a.m. Eucharist
11.00 a.m. Family Eucharist
Once a fortnight we have a short Said Morning Prayer, which lasts about 20 minutes, it is quiet, peaceful and friendly and is followed by a cup of tea or coffee.
The children and staff from Lady Seawards C of E Primary School attend church during term time every Thursday. We also attend special services which are held generally for Easter, Harvest and Christmas. We also attend other special services including the Mothering Sunday service. At the end of the year the Church is the venue for their Leaver’s Service.