St. George’s

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, daily online prayers, and small group gatherings. 


Holy Eucharist
Sunday at 9:00am

This week:

The Third Sunday after Epiphany

Download the Bulletin 

View video of past services on St. George’s YouTube Channel

Healing Prayer
Thursday at 10:00am

Because COVID-19 cases in Maine have increased, we are temporarily moving our midweek gatherings online. Click here to join via Zoom

Download the healing service bulletin

Nightly Compline & Check-In

Every evening at 8:30pm, you can close the day with a community check-in and the night prayers of Compline. Join Compline.


The Nativity

Beginning December 23rd and continuing January 6, join us to explore the two Gospel accounts of Jesus’ birth: the one related in Matthew and the one written down in Luke. Reading them closely alongside one another, there will be surprises and discoveries that deepen our relationship with these stories. As a guide, we’ll have Raymond Brown’s short book A Coming Christ in Advent.

Join us weekly via Zoom at 9:00am. 

Meditations during

Each week during this time of pandemic, members of our St. George’s community are creating and offering poems, reflections and images as doorways into prayer.  These may be places of stillness to face what you are feeling today, and reminders of beauty and communion. We pray they will be signs to you of God’s nearness in all things. Visit this week’s offering. 

Prayer Walk at
St. George’s  

The grounds at St. George’s are beautiful in any season. This Prayer Walk guide leads you around the grounds of the church, circling the building counterclockwise starting at the back door.  It lays out specific stops along the way, and suggests a prayer or Bible verse for your use at each stop.  It is a tool for spending time in prayer and reflection on our own holy ground.