What is the College of St George?

St George's Chapel

The College of St George is a religious community of lay and ordained people held together by a common purpose - to worship God and to serve the community at large. Its members have diverse gifts and skills which life in the College helps them to use fully.

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Stained Glass Conservation

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Stained Glass Conservation

The Edward IV Chantry Chapel is at the north east corner of St George’s Chapel. It was constructed as two upper chambers in accordance with the will of King Edward IV in the 15th century. The stained glass in the...

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Exhibition - the people of St George's

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Exhibition - the people of St George's

From Tuesday 2 April 2019 there will be a new display from the Chapel’s Archives in the South Quire Aisle. In 1348 King Edward III established St George's as "a College of Canons, Presbyters, Clerks and Knights, who in the...

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200th anniversary of the death of King George III

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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.