Southall has changed enormously since 1908 when St George's first opened its doors. Amid much social change and two world wars, it has remained a community of working people.
To celebrate the first one hundred years of the life of St George's, we embarked on an ambitious re-ordering of the church building. The aim was to make it a better place for the worship of God and service of the community for the next century. We installed modern heating, a kitchen and toilets, and put solar cells on the roof to generate electricity. In 2009 we undertook the restoration of our 1723 organ.
To find out more about the story of Southall, St George's Church and what God has done amongst his people, read our brochure written to celebrate our centenary.