Rooted in Wholeness: Contemplative Prayer and Mindfulness March 8 – 10, 2019. Featuring the Rev. Ōshin Jennings, leader of No Barriers Zen in Washington, D.C. Online registration is now closed. Please register when you check-in at the door. How do we remove barriers to nurture our inner selves? This year’s Lenten Weekend invites participants to let […]
The Pilgrim’s Path course is designed for anyone who wants to more deeply explore the Christian journey through the Episcopal Church. Sign up today!
Living in Rhythm: a Lenten reflection. During Lent, you are invited to explore what it means to cultivate a “rule of life.” This is about finding a sustainable rhythm of life that includes the things which are most important to the spiritual, physical, and emotional well-being of ourselves and our community. Sign up for a […]
We do not often think of ourselves as a “missionary” church, but we are! Come explore the “5 Marks of Mission” as named by The Episcopal Church and worldwide Anglican Communion. Join us as we explore how we are living out this mission at St. George’s and imagine new possibilities as well. Sundays, 10 a.m., Sydnor Hall, throughout the month of January 2016.
Sundays, Jan. 10-31. Faulkner Hall. To ask questions is to open ourselves up to new insights. In each of four upcoming Adult Education sessions, we will watch a short video and discuss the questions the segments pose of the Bible and our relationship to it. One speaker explores the questions theologians wrestle with reconciling God’s […]