The whole of life is of course an opportunity and occasion for worshiping God. However it is also important to meet together regularly, as God's family, to worship and listen to God and to encourage and support one another. At St George's we have a variety of services and styles of worship. You are welcome to attend the service(s) which you find most helpful.
A quiet Anglican service using a modern form of the liturgy. Normally we have three hymns. There are three readings from the Bible and the sermon is almost always biblically based.
This is a lively contemporary service structured around the modern liturgy. There is plenty of singing with a mixture of modern songs and older hymns. Children go out near the beginning of the service for Sunday Club and return for communion. Emphasis is placed on the Bible from which there are always three readings and the sermon is almost always biblically based.
Sundays 1pm Tongan Service
This is a traditional Holy Communion Service conducted in a mixture of Tongan and English.
This is a quiet half hour Communion service with a short homily or reflection.
Sunday Kids Club
Every Sunday whilst the parents are in church at the 10am service, we provide a Sunday Club for children's bible stories and cool fun crafts. See our Kids page
Junior Youth Sunday School
Our Junior Youth - 11-14 year olds - meet during the 10am service and is led by Binny Paul. Contact Binny Paul for more information.
We encourage people to belong to a small group where they can receive support, encouragement and prayer together with other Christians. Homegroup details
History of St George's Buildings
The Church of St George the Martyr is one of the original churches in Papatoetoe and is now over 100 years old. Its history tells also the history of Papatoetoe and its beautiful church buildings with lead light coloured glass windows are a sight to behold. Read more