Epiphany is January 6, 2021 It has been tradition for many centuries to bless the home at Epiphany, to celebrate a new year, and to ask God’s blessing upon those who live, work, or visit in the coming year. It celebrates the deliverance of the Israelites at Passover, and the visit of the wise men […]
What do you give thanks for about St. George’s? Watch the video below to hear from other St. Georgians! As we give thanks for all that God has done for us and for the special people in our lives. we invite you to make a special Gratitude Offering to St. George’s. Typically in Advent, we […]
On the Fourth Sunday in Advent – December 20 at 5:30 pm, we will offer a special Blue Christmas worship service via Zoom. This service is service centered around remembrance and grief. This service will create sacred space, acknowledging the imprint that grief leaves in one’s heart while also remembering that we worship a God […]
This Advent, we wait for the birth of the Messiah: our unfailing light. We’ll seek a love that dispels the shadows of night. We’ll follow a star and trust that it shows us the way. We’ll proclaim that God has the power to make us new each day. Here are some ways to help you […]
St. George’s Episcopal Church will host a virtual concert via Facebook of Scary Music for Organ on Friday, October 30 at 7:30 pm.