St. George’s has suspended worship and activities in our buildings to help slow the spread of the COVID-19 virus, but the life and the prayer of the Church goes on. We are the Church, wherever we are! You’ll find information here and on Facebook about connecting to live-streamed Sunday worship and daily online prayers.
Nightly Compline & Check-In Online
Every evening at 8:30pm, you can close the day with a community check-in and the night prayers of Compline. Join Compline.
Our Thursday Healing Prayer gathering continues weekly at 10:00am outside in the Memorial Garden. Please bring your own chair and a printed or electronic copy of the service leaflet. We will practice physical distancing and face-masks are required to participate.
Getting to know Paul
Paul’s letters to the churches he planted (and the church he hoped to visit in Rome) are the first written exploration of what Jesus’ cross and Resurrection accomplished for all creation. Paul’s writing about what it meant to be freed and recreated by the power of the Spirit, what it meant to be united with God, what it meant to be a a community of people transformed by their encounter with Christ, shaped nearly all of the New Testament. The letters of this extraordinary and complicated person have inspired, liberated, frustrated— they have been places of encounter with the living God—ever since.
To guide us, we’ll follow Paul, A Very Brief History by John Barclay and Paul, A Very Short Introduction by E.P. Sanders. We’ll meet weekly via Zoom beginning Wednesday, April 22nd at 9:00 on Zoom.