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 Services take place at
8AM, 9AM and 10:30AM.
10AM Thursday Service with healing prayer.

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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

  • Capital Campaign: Empowering Mission For Today And TomorrowOctober 17, 2016 - 10:15 am

    Campaign Receptions continue this week! A special invitation to attend a campaign reception has been mailed to all registered parishioners. Please select the date and time that is most convenient for you and RSVP: (207) 363-7376 or office@stgeorgesyorkharbor.org Up-Coming Receptions Saturday, October 15th 10:00 AM Wednesday, October 19th  1:00 PM & 6:00 PM Thursday, October […]

  • How To Love Our Neighbor When We DisagreeOctober 17, 2016 - 10:11 am

    Sunday, October 23, at noon in the Parish Hall, we will begin our new study series on Civil Discourse. It will be a general introduction to techniques for compassionate listening and speaking, with time for discussion and practice of the techniques one on one with other participants.  The idea is to tell one another the […]

Latest Sermons

Finding Ourselves To A Better Way

There are lots of things I love about Jesus. But the one I have in mind is one you don’t see mentioned so much. Nonetheless, it’s something about him that springs to my mind so often when I read his words to his followers. I love how realistic Jesus is about human nature. Often it’s even kind of funny when you think about it.

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Do We Love Money?

Jennifer Davidson challenges us to ask God to show us where we can better consider and serve the poor, even if the answers are difficult. Even if they feel insulting. We need to pray about our votes and consider how our ballot choices affect the needy and the voiceless in the hopes we will never become so comfortable with our own wealth, as modest as it may be, that we neglect to be rich in generosity.

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