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Our Parish Church

St George's Catholic Church
Moor Lane
Eastfield, Scarborough. YO11 3LW

Tel: 01262 424753
Web: https://middlesbrough-diocese....
Clergy: Rev Albert Schembri (c/o. 32 Victoria Road, Bridlington. YO25 2AT)

Holy Mass is offered at these times:

Sunday mass: 4pm Saturday

Holy days: 10am

Monday: 10am


Before or after Mass on request


Full access facilities for wheelchairs (access plus disabled toilet)

Loop system for hearing-aid users.

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First Holy Communion

The Parish helps our children to prepare fully for the Sacraments of Reconciliation and the Eucharist. Baptised Catholic children from Year 3 upwards may apply to Father Albert to join the preparation programme, which runs from January to June each year.

We try to make it a living faith for the children, sharing our belief in a variety of ways. “Each of us hears, celebrates and lives our Catholic faith in the experiences of our daily lives, not in a vacuum.”

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St George's is a church-cum-hall built on the outlying Eastfield district in 1957. An independent parish from 1965 (Architect: Francis Johnson of Bridlington).

A modest design by the Bridlington architect Francis Johnson, built as a combined church and hall.

The church was originally built as a combined church and hall (cost £15,000), to serve the expanding housing estates of Eastfield, southwest of Scarborough. Mass had previously been said in Eastfield Community Centre. The building was enlarged after a separate parish was created in 1965 but reverted to use as a chapel-of-ease in 1999.


A long rectangular building, red brick with pantile roof. Church hall at one end, church at the other, divided by a folding screen enabling the two to be thrown together. The appearance of the building is more that of a church hall or community centre than an ecclesiastical building, i.e. domestic-style windows, doors and proportions. The original windows are of Crittall type with square leaded glazing. 1980s addition along the entrance side of the building, comprising a lean-to kitchen and other service facilities and gabled entrance bays, the church entrance with a larger segmental arch and glazed screen.

The interior has wooden pews (from the demolished Houghton Hall chapel) and sanctuary furnishings of 1957 or later, but all of a piece. There are small recesses for side chapel and electronic organ.

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