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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Visiting the Chapel

We're good to go logoFrom Thursday 23 July St George’s Chapel will be open for visitors.

From Thursday 23 July Evening Prayer at 5.15pm daily will be open to the public.

On Sundays, from Sunday 26 July, Holy Communion at 8.30am, Said Mattins at 10.45am, and Evening Prayer at 5.15pm will be open to the public.

For more information, see our News article on reopening below.

What's on in the Chapel today?

St George’s Chapel is not currently open for public worship, general visiting or private prayer.

NEWS

Reopening to Worshippers and Visitors

NEWS

Reopening to Worshippers and Visitors

INFORMATION We are delighted to welcome you back and to attend a Service in St George’s Chapel on any day of the week as follows: Sundays – 8.30am Holy Communion; 10.45am Mattins; 5.15pm Evening Prayer. Mondays to Saturdays – 5.15pm...

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NEWS

World War II at St George’s Chapel

NEWS

World War II at St George’s Chapel

Removal of the West Window stained glass, the placement of water tanks for firefighting on Chapter grass and the continuation of payment to Lay Clerks who left Windsor to join the Armed Services were just some of the decisions made...

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NEWS

200th anniversary of the death of King George III

NEWS

200th anniversary of the death of King George III

2020 marks the 200th anniversary of the death of King George III.  For the archives 'Image of the Month' on the same subject please click here. In the very early 19th century King George III commanded that a vault be...

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