Hours of Worship


8:00am – Traditional Eucharist
10:30am – Innovation Liturgy & Music


10am – Our Traditional Healing Service

Our Mission

At St. George’s, we believe all men and women – straight, lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender – are of equal worth and should have full access to all the sacraments, including marriage, baptism, and all orders of ministry.

Church News

  • Deacon’s ConferenceOctober 5, 2018 - 4:19 pm

    Deacon Sudie Blanchard and Archdeacon Aaron Perkins recently returned from the 2018 New England Deacons’ Network conference in Framingham. This is a biennial event that brings together deacons and their bishops from the seven New England dioceses—this time, there were nearly 50 deacons and four bishops in attendance—including our own Bishop Lane. The theme was […]

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    LYRA Vocal Ensemble 9/18September 16, 2018 - 8:47 pm

    Returning for a fourth time in Maine as part of their North American tour, this five part vocal ensemble presents a definitive interpretation of both Russian Orthodox Church and Traditional Folk Music. They’ll present a lively performance interspersed with touches of history, culture and humor. Suggested donation of $15 is requested/$10 for students and seniors […]

  • Stewardship In ActionJuly 19, 2018 - 10:57 am

    What comes to your mind when you think of stewardship? Maybe fundraising or a capital campaign? For some of us, we may honestly not really know what it means. As Christian Stewards we gratefully receive all of God’s gifts, cherish and tend to them in a responsible and accountable manner, share them in justice and love with others, […]

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Current Sermons

Thank you for you interest in our sermons. We will unfortunately not be updating them over the summer, but they are available upon request.

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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