We strive to seek and serve Christ in all persons, to be known for our service to others, and our respect for the dignity of every human being.


Sunday 8 a.m. Episcopal Service (alternating our 8 & 9 a.m. service formats)
Sunday 10:30 a.m. Combined Service with UMC with church school & nursery care
Thursday 10 a.m. our traditional Healing Service

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St. George’s is very involved in our communities, especially when it comes to helping those less fortunate than ourselves.

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Check out the latest goings-on at St. George’s – from mission trips, to concerts, fundraisers, clean up projects, and so much more.

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Church News

  • Youth-Led Mission Trip Cookout, Sunday, June 4 @ 11:30May 26, 2017 - 11:50 am

    The youth group will serve burgers, veggie burgers, and hot dogs to raise funds for their mission trip to Kentucky this summer.  You are also welcome to sign up in the Fellowship Hall to bring a salad or dessert to help make this a church fellowship event. Suggested donation is $8 per person, or a total […]

  • Renovation Construction Update Photos!May 26, 2017 - 11:19 am

    We wanted to share some pictures of all the hard work being done at St. George’s during our renovation!

  • Holy Week Schedule & Locations
    Holy Week Schedule & LocationsApril 5, 2017 - 8:14 am

    St. George’s and YOUMC will observe Holy Week with nightly services each day of the week leading up to Easter. Monday, April 10– Wednesday the 12th,  Services are at 7 p.m. at UMC. Maundy Thursday begins with a meal in the YUOMC Fellowship Hall at 6:30 pm. Good Friday is 7 p.m. St. George’s Easter Vigil Saturday, […]

Latest Sermons

Letting Go For Lent

I also think the enormity of God’s gift to us is not an excuse to laugh the whole notion of sacrifice off entirely, or tell ourselves that seeing what it’s like to live without gluten until Easter is what this season is all about. I’d challenge you to dig deeper than that.

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In Search of Mountaintops

Sometimes there is no mountaintop handy when you need one. Wouldn’t it be wonderful if, every time we needed to know the right thing to do, we could climb up a mountain and find out directly from God? But there’s certainly no guarantee of one. You can go up and come back down with nary a whisper, and God very rarely speaks to people nowadays in actual audible sentences, or with instructions literally carved into stone.

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