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|This Sunday: Advent Workshop! Wreathmaking and crafts for all ages in Sydnor Hall at 10 a.m.||Dec. 5: Hot Dogs for Haiti fundraiser and Christmas Parade viewing party! Join us in Faulkner Hall and along Princess Anne St.|
Thank you to everyone who has allowed their names to be considered for our 2016 vestry! The vestry is our parish council of lay persons, elected by other active members of the parish, who, with the Rector, have responsibility for the care and control of church property and the transaction of the business of the congregation. At St. George’s, the vestry is also a group that helps the rector, other clergy, staff, and commissions to discern and carry out the vision of where God is calling us as a congregation.
From the Rev. Joseph H. Hensley, Jr., rector, St. George’s Episcopal Church Fredericksburg, VA | Proper 24 Year B October 18, 2015 Text of the sermon as prepared (may differ slightly from recording): It is easy to laugh at Jesus’ disciples, especially in the Gospel according to Mark. They are like a bunch of clowns running around… Continue Reading
At the end of our Gospel passage from Mark today, Jesus gives some perplexing teaching: “Salt is good, but if salt has lost its saltiness, how can you season it? Have salt in yourselves, and be at peace with one another.” In Matthew’s Gospel, Jesus puts it this way as he preaches the sermon on the mount, “You are the salt of the earth.” What does it mean to have a salty faith? How are we to live out this call to saltiness?
… regardless of who you are, who you’ve been, whom you love, or where you are in your faith journey. St. George’s is an inclusive faith community in the heart of downtown Fredericksburg, Virginia.