Children & Young People

St Peter's Church Choir

St. Peter’s Church Choir, which numbers about two dozen members, has a large repertoire and sings sacred music from the renaissance period to the modern day.  We believe that everyone who has an interest in singing in a church choir should have the opportunity to do so and no auditions take place.  However, we strive for exacting standards and pride ourselves in our professionalism, welcoming new members: children, young people and adults in a friendly environment.  

We have two choral scholarships available each year for 16-18 year old singers. Choir practice is every Friday, 7.15pm-8.15pm in church. The choir sings at the Sung Eucharist every Sunday at 10.30am, at special services such as Nine Lessons and Carols and Midnight Mass and at occasional funerals and weddings. This year we hope to start a monthly Choral Evensong too.



Hey! Come along to tea@4...

where we will be sharing food, building community, having fun, praying and worshipping.

tea@4 is designed with young families in mind, although all ages are welcome!

We will be meeting at St Mary's Church, Edward Road, Dorchester on the third Sunday of the month at 4pm.

  • Sunday 18th September 2016
  • Sunday 16th October 2016
  • Sunday 20th November 2016

Why not come along - we’d love to see you! 

Munch Bunch Lunch Club

As St George's Church has a special connection with Manor Park School, we hold a club during Tuesday lunchtimes for children in years 1 to 4.

Contact: Mrs Hurlstone at the school.

St George's Dragons

St George's Dragons is the Sunday club for children aged 3+ at St George's Church.

The Dragons meet every Sunday morning during term time. They meet in the church at the start of the morning service (10:15) and then go to the church hall for their own stories, games and activities, before reporting back to the congregation before the end of the service.

The children can be picked up by their parents during coffee time after church - approximately 11:15am.

The children receive informal yet structured religious education, interspersed with games, craftwork, songs and prayers and any other activities the leaders can invent!

Occasionally, the children stay in Church for the whole service, such as Mothering Sunday, Easter, Harvest and Christmas. Our teachers are very experienced and they meet together regularly to plan and to review an exciting programme of activities and events.

We welcome new children at any time, whether it is for a one-off because they are staying with friends and family who attend St George’s, or on a more regular basis.

Fordington Fishes

This is a group for pre-school babies and children and their carers.

We meet on Friday afternoons during term time, 1.30 - 3pm, in St. George’s Church Hall.

Come along and join us for some fun with story time, songs, craft activities and lots of play.

The “big” people can have a chat while the “little” people play.

Refreshments are served for all.

We ask for a donation of 60p per family.

We look forward to welcoming you.


Our young people are part of YP@D which is a youth group for the Benefice of Dorchester. We welcome any young person who is interested in Christianity and wants to come and joins us. The purpose of the group is to allow young people (who may not know many other Christians) to meet up and have fun with other young people who understand about being a Christian and going to church.
We join in a variety of activities:
Film Nights
Music workshops
Fund raising activities like a Car Wash or a Cream Tea
Days out (we recently visited Hilfield Friary)
Drama activities
Bingo Nights
Art and craft workshops
We meet every Sunday evening during school term time 7pm-8:30pm at St George’s Church Hall.

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