A warm welcome to the College of St George

The College of St George is, at its heart, a community of people who live and work together to offer worship to God, prayers for the Sovereign and the Order of the Garter, service to society and hospitality to visitors.

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What's on in the Chapel today?

Today in the Chapel

12:00 pmHoly Communion
5:15 pmEvensong
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Visiting St George’s Chapel

St George’s Chapel is open to visitors from 10am to 4pm via the Windsor Castle admission centre on Mondays, Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays. Access to the Chapel may be limited after 2.30pm due to the current high number of visitors.  Spending time soaking in the atmosphere of this wonderful building can be a very rewarding experience.  Why not attend our Chapel services often accompanied by marvellous music. Services are free and no ticket is required. Please be at King Henry VIII gate (the visitor exit from the Castle) no later than 15 minutes before the Service is due to start.  For more information please see the diary page here and for a list of the music at services in the next few days here

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Maurice and Shelagh Bond Memorial Lecture

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Maurice and Shelagh Bond Memorial Lecture

Maurice and Shelagh Bond Memorial Lecture Wednesday 16 October 2024 – 7pm Dr Joanna Laynesmith FRHistS, University of Reading 'Elizabeth Woodville: the controversies of her queenship and her Windsor connections' Venue: St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle Admission: Free by named...

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New Dean of Windsor Installed

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New Dean of Windsor Installed

At a Service attended by Their Majesties The King and Queen on Thursday 23 November the Right Reverend Christopher Cocksworth was installed as the 65th Dean of Windsor. Towards the start of the Service the Chapter Clerk informed the College...

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Stories in Glass

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Stories in Glass

St George’s Chapel is home to a variety of stained glass from the 15th and very early 16th century figures in the west window to a Victorian ‘parade’ of monarchs in the Quire Aisles; from heraldic glass in several of...

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The King's Free Chapel. The Chapel of the Most Honourable and Noble Order of the Garter. The Chapel of the College of St George.