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A message from the Friends of St George's Church committee:


Work has started on our Community project at St George’s Church. 

 

We expect the building to be delivered during August.  This will provide a meeting room, kitchen and toilets.Our sincere thanks to everybody who has helped to raise £20,000 towards the project, and to all who have helped us in other ways. 

 

The funds raised so far, along with grants of £55,000, have enabled us to carry out the ground works and order the building.  Further fund raising will be needed to fit out and equip the building for community use.

 

Now is the time to start thinking how you would like to make use of the new building. 

 


 

 

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"Through worship, prayer and loving action we will help all the community to discover Jesus and develop their faith"

Our parish includes the communities of Heybridge and Heybridge Basin,
north east of the town of Maldon in mid Essex, and is part of the United
Benefice of Heybridge and Langford.

One parish, two churches:

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St Andrew's Church

in Heybridge Street stands on an ancient site of worship. The church building was completed in the 12th century. Somewhere around 1450 flooding caused the tower to collapse and the 'ruins' were restored to more or less the present form later in the 15th century.
Within the building there is seating for 200 people, including the choir. The organ is at the back of the church in the gallery and the musical style is largely traditional, supplemented by modern hymns and choruses where appropriate. The services are mainstream Church of England. We are glad to see families in church - there are books and toys available, and toilets in the Waring room. There is level access for wheel chairs and a loop system for hearing aid users.

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St George's Church

in Basin Road is a wooden building which dates from the first world war. It was given to the village to serve as a mission church in 1920. The chancel was refurbished during 1998. Seating 70, St George's has a warm and welcoming atmosphere and, in addition to worship, provides a venue for village meetings. There is a village car park about 200 yards away and limited parking space on the road near the church. A ramp is available for wheelchair access. A loop system has been installed for hearing aid users. Toys and books are available for young children.

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Along with
St Giles' Church, Langford, the churches of St Andrew and St George belong to the United Benefice of Heybridge and Langford.

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