WHAT IS ROGATION SUNDAY? Rogation Days, an ancient custom observed since the 5th century. Rogation—meaning to ask God’s blessing of the harvest, earth and sea, reminding ourselves that we are the stewards of Creation. Originally an agricultural observance, it has been broadened and made more inclusive—the crops, the catch of the sea, the fruits of […]
On Sunday, April 17, 2016, during confirmation and the renewal of baptismal vows, the Right Rev. Ted Gulick asked the St. George’s congregation, “Will you strive for justice and peace among all people, and respect the dignity of every human being?” The Outreach Commission is having conversation about the laws in Virginia that directly impact those […]
On Tuesday nights starting April 12 and running through May 17, Bill Carter will lead a book discussion around Strength for the Journey: A Guide to Spiritual Practice by Renee Miller in the Elsie Lewis Room from 7:15-8:15 p.m. For more information on Christian Education at St. George’s, see Adult Formation.
“Have a Blessed Day.” It’s a phrase we hear many times each Tuesday from our shoppers along with thank you; it’s a phrase we understand. It comes with smiles, we smile back because we really do understand what it means to the seniors living on fixed incomes with medical bills, to the families who can’t […]
I invite us to join our prayers with the prayers of so many around the world for all those affected by recent terrorist bombings in Brussels, Belgium, and Grand Bassam, Ivory Coast. We pray for those killed and injured and their families. We pray for all those who responded with care and service. We pray […]