We are a church in south Canberra that seeks to show Christ in the community so that Jesus is honoured as Lord. 

St George’s has a number of congregations of Christian people
 who trust in Jesus Christ as Lord and Saviour, learn from the Bible to follow Jesus in the way we live, and support his mission to all the nations. People of all ages and backgrounds gather together at various times during the week, both at our ministry centre in Pearce and in one another’s homes. God’s Spirit unites us in love for one another and the wider community, as we seek to share the good news of God’s mercy in Jesus

Newcomers are welcome! We invite you to join us and discover more about Jesus and come know him for yourself.

Our ministries include Small Bible Study Groups and community activities

Weekly Congregations:

Sunday 9.30 am – Contemporary with children’s program (‘Kid’s Church’)

Sunday 2.00 pm – Dinka (South Sudanese) Service

Wednesday 10.00 am – Traditional Holy Communion using the Prayer Book



St George’s, Pearce is part of the Anglican Diocese of Canberra and Goulburn


Church over Summer

It's great that many people can take a refreshing break at this time of year. Even though we don't have a formal 'Kid's Church' program in the holidays, we want kids to know they're still part of our church family. So we try to include them in the service and provide activities for them during the sermon.

Safe Ministry Training

We take our responsibility seriously to make our activities and community safe for everyone. If you need an update in your training, opportunities are available in South Canberra on 4-5 February. See the diocesan website for more info or contact the church office.

Upcoming Events

Summer Series

We're studying a few of the Psalms that reveal more of God's majesty, justice and goodness. Later in January, we will explore what it means to live as God's kingdom people, as we read Matthew's account of Jesus' teaching

Mission Partner Visit

We look forward to the Burys visiting us to share with members about what God has been doing through their work. Come to one of the events from 15-19 January