EU election results – a reflection from the Catholic Herald

A report in the Catholic Herald newspaper says that, from the point of view of the Catholic church, there is good and bad in the results of the EU elections. On the bad side it points out that less than a week after Pope Francis called on people to recognise migrants...

Pray Your Part – Bishops’ reflections on UK General Election

This year, 2024, more than 4 billion people across 40 countries will be going to the polls, the biggest number ever. As a church we are concerned to ensure the debate is fair, truthful, respectful and that people are not coerced into voting for a candidate or a cause...

Training for Congregational Worship Leaders – starting soon

Do you feel called to support the Chaplaincy by occasionally taking a service in church? We will shortly begin a training programme for anyone who would like to learn about the church’s liturgy, and perhaps become a Congregational Worship Leader. Topics will...

Malaga Chaplaincy AGM, Sunday 19th May after church service

The Annual General Meeting provides an opportunity for church members to meet as a body, remind themselves of the church’s vision and values, and ensure they are on the same page for the coming year. The agenda includes reports from church officers as well as the...

15 June Jazz Concert, performed by the Jitterbug Jazz Trio

St George’s Church is delighted to present a concert of jazz music, played by the Jitterburg Jazz Trio – Mario Sánchez (Piano), Miguel Ángel Gil (Double Bass) and Francisco Palomo (Clarinet/Harmonica). The Jitterburg Jazz Trio have been together for some...

The English Cemetery

A short history The English Cemetery The English Cemetery in Malaga, where St George’s Church stands, is the result of the inspiration and concern of William Mark who was British Consul in Malaga from 1824 until 1836. In the eight years he had lived in Malaga before...