St. George’s
Episcopal

Worship
This Week

Holy Eucharist
Sunday at 9:00am

Our Sunday worship is both in-person in the church and online. 

You no longer need to reserve a place for in-person worship, but we ask that you please sign up here. That information help us with contract tracing. 

Click below to join online: 

The Seventeenth Sunday after Pentecost

Download the Bulletin 

View past services on St. George’s YouTube Channel

Healing Prayer
Thursdays at 10:00am

We worship online on the 1st, 3rd and 5th Thursdays of the month, and celebrate the Eucharist in-person on 2nd and 4th Thursdays. 

Click here to join via Zoom

Download the healing service bulletin

Nightly Compline & Check-In

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

Download the Compline leaflet 

Growing
in Faith

Good News,
Good Questions 

Each Sunday morning, join us for a time to reflect together on the readings we’ve heard in worship. This is a place to bring our questions, and share our insights and perspectives to deepen our conversation with the Scripture.

Wednesday Book Group 

Join the Wednesday Book Group on a journey exploring the Gospel of John. We’ll have as our guide John by Karoline Lewis.   

Join us weekly via Zoom at 9:00am. 

Parish Hikes 

With the arrival of fall, Parish Hikes are back, and you’re invited to join the next! Come out and spend time connecting with one another and the good creation outside our doors with a walk in the woods together on the second Saturday of each month. 

Blessing of the Animals 

On Sunday, October 3rd, we’ll remember Saint Francis and celebrate God’s loving care for all creation by blessing our animal friends. Drop by Moulton Park any time between 2:00 and 4:00pm. All creatures are welcome whether great or tiny, lumbering or scurrying, furry or slithery. 

Meditations during
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 the latest offering.