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. Traditional Service, Alternating Weeks Spoken & Sung.
Sunday 10:30 a.m. Innovative Service With Church School & Nursery Care
Thursday 10 a.m. Our Traditional Healing Service

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Church News

  • Game Night words on a board game with pieces moving around in fun competition
    Game NightJanuary 30, 2018 - 2:16 pm

    Baby, it’s COLD outside! Grab a friend and join us for food and games inside our warm Parish Hall. This inter-generational event is from 6-8:00 p.m. on Saturday, February 24th. We’ll have a variety of games to choose from, but encourage you to bring your favorites to share, too! A light dinner will be served. […]

  • Trinity Institute’s 47th National Theological ConferenceJanuary 30, 2018 - 1:52 pm

    Deep-rooted partnerships, grounded in core values, are essential to the success of nearly every social justice initiative. At this year’s Trinity Institute theological conference, Values in Action, participants will learn how the impact of our actions—individually and organizationally—can be amplified through values-based partnerships. St. George’s Episcopal Church will be a partner site for the February […]

  • Coming in Lent:  The Bible:  A Love Story or Texts of Terror?January 18, 2018 - 2:05 pm

    The Bible tells the story of God’s interaction with God’s people over the entire sweep of time.  For some, this is the story of a loving God continually seeking God’s wayward children.  For others, it is the story of a strict God, enforcing the Law and creating a community that separates itself from the world […]

Latest Sermons

Christ The King – November 26, 2017

Matthew seems to see everything in black and white—you are either a sheep or a goat–you are either blessed or doomed to eternal damnation. My own lived experience tells me that this is too easy. Life is much more a blend of various shades of gray. There are days when I fall into the sheep category, but I certainly have my goat moments. I suspect I am not alone in this. Part of this spiritual tune–up might be to see where we are on the sheep/goat spectrum.

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All Saints Sermon – Nov 1, 2017

Perhaps you wish ours was a nation more like the kingdom of heaven. Perhaps you wish we could see the saint in our fellow human easier than we do. The instructions for sainthood are entirely separate from where a person is born, or what language they speak, or what they look like. They’re not necessarily easy, but they are available to everyone.

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