Groups & Activities

Please scroll down to find information about our various groups and activities.

Due to the current pandemic situation, most groups are meeting online. Contact the parish office if you are interested in joining a group/groups.

Richard Rohr Meditation Group

 The Richard Rohr Meditation Group 
meets on Zoom.

For further information please contact:

Women's Fellowship Group

Women matter a lot at St George’s! 

In addition to taking on various responsibilities individually in the Sunday services, we also have an active women's fellowship group.
We enjoy our diversity of cultural backgrounds, ages, and interests. There are groups focused on particular interests (such as books, walks, handicrafts) and a few times a year we all come together to build community and explore a specific topic in a creative way.
An innovation spurred by Covid-restrictions this year are weekly conversations on Zoom
- an activity that we intend to continue!

These gatherings offer the opportunity to get to know each other better, share experiences and ideas. They are scheduled on alternating Friday evenings (as of 19:00) and Saturday mornings (as of 10:00) to accomodate different life schedules.

We warmly welcome new participants!
For further information please contact Ariane via

Theology Reading Group

 Our theology reading group 
is open to anyone interested 
in exploring the history, 
beliefs and spirituality 
of the Christian tradition. 
We read texts from across 
the history of Christian theology, 
both ancient and modern. 
No prior theological training is needed. 
For further information please contact
Tim Redfern via 

Bible Study and Evening Prayer

Meeting on Thursdays at 19:00 on ZOOM. 
Please e-mail the church office to get in contact with David Hawkins who hosts the meeting and he will send you the Zoom link.


Our parish has taken up the challenge issued by our Diocese: we are working towards getting St George's to become an "Eco Church". Our pastor Christopher Jage-Bowler invited me to take the lead on this initiative and we quickly established a committee. A great international mix, reflecting our diverse congregation: we come from the US, South Africa, Uganda, Sri Lanka, and Germany.
The first step has been taken:
we have registered with the Eco Church
website app​.ecochurch​.org,
which provides tools and suggestions, including a set of questionnaires which require us to do some further research about the building and about the implications of its historic preservation status. Anyone with an interest should be able to register there as well. Unfortunately the map currently has problems displaying churches outside of the UK.
At our first meeting we brainstormed ideas about how to make our parish become more ecologically sound. Suggestions ranged from a wilderness area on the property, to methods for gathering rainwater, to ways of reducing travel by holding more meetings with Zoom. The possibility of a meatless Lenten period for members came up and would fit easily with existing Lenten disciplines. We welcome suggestions from our whole St George's community, whether you are in Berlin or currently living far away and have ideas to share with us (contact via office@​stgeorges​.de). The committee will meet monthly and will try to provide regular updates and visit our
Eco Church Blog. Michael Seadle

Student's Fellowship Group

 This is a group composed of students from diverse backgrounds bound together by Christianity with a common goal of service for good.
We engage to build our spiritual, emotional, 
and physical strength through
Bible study, book café, interreligious dialogues, picnics, games, and outreach to communities 
to help the vulnerable.
We meet once a week via zoom on Wednesday at 18:00 hours.
For more information about the Students’ Fellowship group, please contact:
Christiane via email: 

 St George's Labyrinth Planning Group

The Church Council of St George's Anglican Church in its meeting on 9 March 2021 has decided to go forward with planning for a prayer labyrinth in the garden of St George's.
Please join our planning group and contact
Revd Martin George via Email.

Exploring Prayer Group

Prayer is the nourishment of our soul, the fuel of our love, the fountain of joy. It strengthens our relationship with God and fills us with his peace and comfort. But what does it really mean to pray and how do we pray? There are currently many ways to pray, some are more popular than others. You could pray with Scripture, focus on breathing, go for a silent walk and many more. In this group, we will discover different prayer forms and practice short sessions of prayer together. Everybody is welcome on this journey! 
The group meets monthly via zoom.  
Please contact Dr Andrea Bianchi via for further information.

Online Services and Social Media Group

By now we have 
– thanks to some generous donations – 
a stable setup for our livestreams of Sunday services on YouTube. 
The only thing we would need is more volunteers who could cover the actual streaming duties once every two months. 
Martin and Carolin would give you a thorough training and are always available if there are problems or questions!
Please contact Martin Abend via for further information,
if you can help.

Crochet & Knitting Group

If you are just curious about crochet, always wanted to learn this beautiful technique, or have a true passion for it, then this group is right for you! We meet once a month to either learn and practice the basics (if you are a beginner) or discover together that in crochet anything from small decorations to clothing (both for babies, children and adults) jewellery and toys is possible. If you prefer to knit, of course you are welcome too and we will be happy to have a chat. I have learned crochet from my grandmother when I was a child and practiced it ever since.
For further information please contact Emanuela via

Living in Love and Faith

How do questions about identity, sexuality,
relationships and marriage fit within the bigger picture of the good news of Jesus Christ?
What does it mean to live in love and faith
together as a Church?

St George's as an inclusive parish will be involved
in this very important church-wide project.

If you are interested in contributing,
please contact Revd Joachim Reich for more information. 
The Zoom meetings are scheduled for:
20 April / 27 April / 4 May / 18 May / 25 May
at 20:00. 

Confirmation Course 2021

We are starting a new confirmation course for young people and (young) adults:
29 May, 11:00 to 12:00.
Those of you who have not yet been confirmed can take part in this course, which is also an introduction or refresher to the Christian faith and the Anglican faith tradition. For more information, please contact Revd Joachim Reich or Andrea Bianchi via the church office.

St George's Choir

Due to the current and changing Covid-19 situation, the choir is subject to various restrictions but has partially resumed rehearsals and singing in the service. 
For up-to-date information please contact the choir director, Mr. Andrew Sims:

St George’s choir is a group of around 15 people which sings an anthem each Sunday morning.
We meet at 9:15 in the church hall of St George's
to sing through the hymns and learn
a piece for the 10:30 service.
Our music is taken from the Anglican repertoire;
generally we sing an anthem, and sometimes
we sing a psalm to an Anglican chant,
or some Gregorian chant. The choir occasionally sings at other St George’s services, e.g. at the evening service in the Marienkirche,
the annual carol service at
St George’s, or the midnight Christmas service.
Roughly once a month, we have a Friday evening rehearsal to run through the forthcoming anthems. In the middle of each January, the choir spends a weekend on retreat at Kloster Huysburg. The choir is directed by Andrew Sims.
All ages are welcome. There is no formal audition, but the limited rehearsal time means that an ability to read music or to pick it up
by ear very quickly is useful.
If you would like to join the choir,
please speak to Andrew
after the morning service
or send him an email.

Anglican Germans and Friends

Wenn Deutsche von Anglikanischer Kirche oder der Kirche von England hören, dann sagt vielen  das überhaupt nichts.  Bei manchen kommen auch spontan Reaktionen, wie: „Das ist doch die Kirche des englischen Königs
mit den vielen geköpften Frauen“ 
„Bei denen ist die Queen so was wie der Papst“.

Natürlich wissen deutsche Muttersprachler, 
die sich für St George‘s interessieren, mit der Gemeinde verbunden fühlen oder gar Gemeindemitglieder sind, weit mehr über die Kirche von England, als diese Klischees ausdrücken. Dennoch gibt es auch für sie, viel an Geschichte, Liturgie, Spiritualität, Kunst und Musik zu entdecken. Unsere Gruppe möchte die Möglichkeit geben, sich gemeinsam mit dem „Phänomen Anglikanismus“ und seinen verschiedenen Facetten zu beschäftigen und diese auf Deutsch zu diskutieren, so dass der Austausch gänzlich "barrierefrei" ist. Wenn Sie sich für Anglikanismus interessieren und Deutsch als Mutter- oder Zweitsprache haben, dann sind Sie herzlich eingeladen und willkommen!
Falls Sie interessiert sind, dann schreiben Sie bitte eine Email an Revd Joachim Reich

Simple Living Group

The Simple Life Movement encompasses a number of different voluntary practices to simplify your lifestyle. These practices may include, for example, the reduction of material possessions, generally referred to as minimalism
or an increase in self-sufficiency e.g.
growing vegetables.
A number of religious and spiritual traditions promote the simplicity as a life choice. 
The gospels report that Jesus led a simple life. And he encouraged his disciples to do the same. Various saints and prominent figures, inspired by him or other spiritual traditions and insights, have chosen to live more simply, such as the Desert Fathers and Mothers, St Benedict of Nursia, 
St Francis of Assisi and St Dominic, Henry David Thoreau, Leo Tolstoy, Rabindranath Tagore, Albert Schweitzer and Mahatma Gandhi.
The Simple Life can be characterised by the fact that the individual chooses to be satisfied with what they have, instead of wanting more and more material things. It is aware of the limits of natural resources, and pays attention to sustainability and the care of creation. 
Our group will explore and discuss different forms of expression and attitudes of the Simple Living movement and to inspire and support us to find a very personal attitude and possibilities to implement it in our lives.
For further information please contact
Joachim via

St George Young Adults Forum 

Temporarily Suspended

Is here for you! 
Open hearts. Open minds. Open doors. 

We come from many nationalities, 
cultures, and traditions, 
united in our common faith 
in Jesus Christ and the desire 
to share with one another 
our Christian experience. 
We meet regularly for social outreach, 
fellowship, fun, prayer, 
and to have the chance to talk about issues that affects our daily lives. 
We welcome all those who are young at heart and want to do more with their faith 
than just going to Sunday service.
To keep yourself updated to our activities, 
please subscribe to our mailing list 
by sending a message 

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