St George's English Worship

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St George's Sunday Morning Eucharist
Marienkirche Sunday Evening Eucharist

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Liturgical Calendar

February 2023

5 February: 3rd Sunday before Lent 

10:30 St George's, Eucharist
18:00 Marienkirche, Eucharist

12 February: 2nd Sunday before Lent 

10:30 St George's, Eucharist
18:00 Marienkirche, Eucharist

19 February: Sunday next before Lent 

10:30 St George's, Eucharist
18:00 Marienkirche, Eucharist

Lent begins

22 February: Ash Wednesday 

19:30 St George's, Eucharist with Imposition of Ashes 

26 February: 1st Sunday in Lent 

10:30 St George's, Holy Communion (Book of Common Prayer 1662)
18:00 Marienkirche, Holy Communion (Book of Common Prayer 1662)

We offer two places of worship in English:

St George's and Marienkirche

Preussenalle 17 - 19
14052 Berlin | Neu-Westend

U Neu-Westend | S Heerstrasse
10:30 Sunday Morning Eucharist
This service is usually also broadcast live
on YouTube and Facebook.

Childrens Church

During school time, children's church takes place during the 10:30 service in the church hall. Both adults and school age children please wear masks (pre-school children at parents' discretion).

Karl-Liebknecht-Strasse 8
10178 Berlin | Mitte

U/S-Bhf Alexanderplatz
Tram 4,5,6 | Bus TXL, 100, 200
18:00 Sunday Evening Choral Eucharist (with the participation of our choir)

Young(ish) adults group at Marienkirche

A warm invitation to a dinner or pub get-together after our Sunday evening Eucharist at Marienkirche, always on the last Sunday of the month:  something to eat, something to drink and a bit of nice chatting. All are welcome.


Adult Baptism


How to become a member of the Church of England?

Formal Reception into the Communion of the Church of England

If you’ve been baptized in water and in the name of the Holy Trinity in another church or denomination, your baptism is valid in the Anglican Church.
You can attend our services and events at any time, even if you are not a formal member of the Church of England or another Anglican/Episcopal church.

If you wish to become a member of the Church of England and our congregation, you must, in addition to sharing the faith of the Church of England, usually live in Berlin or Brandenburg and also wish to attend services and church events. You would then be received into the Church of England during a Sunday Eucharist. Talk to our clergy to clarify any further questions or write an email.

Our Liturgical Resources

The liturgical texts used correspond to the offical Liturgy of the Church of England:
Common Worship and the Book of Common Prayer
and are available HERE.

The English Bible translation we use is the ecumenical New Revised Standard Version, Anglicized (NRSVA).

Scores and texts to Hymns Ancient & Modern New Standard and other Hymns can be found: HERE.

Anglican Daily Office:
Church of England | Daily Morning | Evening | Night Prayer
Time To Pray app and podcast
Daily Prayer app and podcast