Join us as we celebrate our 300th Anniversary: A Historic Past A Welcoming Future at St. George’s Episcopal Church.
Our year-long celebration will feature events and activities for all ages. We will have a lecture series, an exhibit at the Fredericksburg Area Museum, a Belmont Art Show, a Fun Run, and much more. Our celebrations will culminate in a revival led by The Most Rev. Michael Curry, Presiding Bishop of the Episcopal Church.
We’ve also created a Lands’ End apparel site where you can purchase Lands End apparel with our 300th Anniversary logo. You can take a look and place your order here.
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Registrations and Events Details
- Join us November 1 at 2:30 pm for a panel discussion moderated by Ed Jones, former editor of the Free Lance-Star. The topic will be “Where We’ve Been, Where We Are, Where We’re Going.” Rev. Charles Sydnor, Rev. Jim Dannals, Ann Faulkner Ridgeway, and Rev. Joe Hensley will discuss how St. George’s has changed throughout its history. Click here to register.
- Brushes and Bridges: A Celebration of Art and Community Juried Art Show – Our art show has been rescheduled to September 25 – 26, 2021. Please check back for updates on the Call for Entries
- Fun Run for Micah Ecumenical Ministries: Fun for the whole family that benefits our local neighbors in need. Check back for more information soon.
- Lectures Series: Take a deep dive into the local people and events throughout St. George’s 300-year history. Talks are led by local historians. Click here to register for the July 21 lecture by Professor David Marsich.