On Oct. 25, St. George’s will again host the Fredericksburg Food Co-op for their vegan cooking class and potluck. See details below.
At St. George’s, our Environmental Stewardship Group focuses on improving St. George’s eco-footprint and educating the community on various ways to be better stewards of God’s Creation.
- Stewardship of Creation at the Episcopal Church
- The Episcopal Ecological Network
- Interfaith Power and Light
We’re bringing New York to Fredericksburg for an important conversation on water justice. You’re invited to attend Trinity Institute, an annual conference that takes place in New York City and at partner sites around the country via webcast, including at St. George’s. We’ll develop a deeper appreciation for water as a sacred gift, gain a […]
They’re everywhere: on the trees, along the road, on the beaches and in the forests. How can you help stop this littering problem that leads to these “urban tumbleweeds?” The best thing you can do is bring your own bag for shopping and reuse it. Keep some in your car to have at a moment’s […]
By Robert Courtnage, St. George’s Episcopal Church, Fredericksburg, Va. This Earth Day, let us celebrate and reflect upon the splendor of God’s creation—our planet and all the wonderful life that lives upon it. As a new parishioner at St. George’s, I am looking to become involved in the church and continue to grow my faith in […]