CURRENT WORSHIP SCHEDULE

Sunday 8 a.m. Traditional Service,
Sunday 9 a.m. Innovative Service
Thursday 10 a.m. Our Traditional Healing Service

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Our weekly news letter provides the latest news and events at St. George’s. Visit our Communications & PR page to access our most recent issue.

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COMMUNITY NEWS

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

  • Family Yoga Night!March 23, 2018 - 3:23 pm

    Calling all Families! Please join us on Friday, April 6that St. George’s for a special yoga event.  Local instructors Rae Lynn Stackpoole and Amy MacMahon Hopkins will lead us in a yoga session that is fun and accessible to all the mamas and papas…and nanas too! This class can be a great way to introduce yoga […]

  • Holy Week Schedule & EventsMarch 23, 2018 - 3:08 pm

    Holy Week Events St. George’s will observe Holy Week with nightly services each day of the week leading up to Easter. March 26 – 28, services are at 7 p.m. Maundy Thursday begins with a meal in the Parish Hall at 6:30 p.m. Good Friday is 7 p.m.
St. George’s Easter Vigil Saturday is March 31 at 8 p.m. Easter […]

  • 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. […]

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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