Loving God. Serving Others. Changing the World.
We are so glad that you are exploring our website and we hope you will come to one of our Sunday morning worship services. Saint George's is a vibrant, inclusive, multi-faceted faith community. We welcome everyone- no exceptions- because we believe that inclusion is a Gospel value.
Life in the 21st century can be very isolating. But as the great Anglican theologian John Donne so famously said, "No man is an island unto himself." We are meant to be in relationship- with God, with each other and with our deepest and truest selves. As Christians, we believe that Jesus showed us what that looks like. So whoever you are and wherever you are on your spiritual journey, we hope that you will join us as we follow Jesus in community, loving God, serving others and changing the world.
-- The Reverend Shearon Sykes Williams
All 20s and 30s in mind, body, or spirit are invited to join for a session on the Sacrament of Baptism. With the Baptism of Jesus by John in our lectionary, its an appropriate time to ask ourselves, what do I find mysterious and true about this Sacrament? What does it mean to be Baptized?
Please bring breakfast food to share, come hear a review of our life together in 2018 and elect 5 new Vestry members!
Nourish your body, mind, and soul with a service of Evensong sung by the Choristers and Saint George’s Choir followed by great chili and fellowship. Bring your favorite chili in a crockpot for others to sample, or just bring yourself to enjoy others’ recipes.
The Saint Georges Men's Group will meet Saturday February 2, 2019 from 8 - 9:30 AM in the Rhodes Room. Our discussion topic will be Social Media and Building Community
Capitol Early Music presents renowned baroque dancer Caroline Copeland performs 17th and 18th century French dances in costume. With instrumentalists Alison Melville, recorder and traverso; Mary Findley, violin; Douglas Poplin, cello and viola da gamba; and Patrick Merrill, harpsichord. Tickets at Captiolearlymusic.org
This contemplative service features Taize chants, short reflections, plenty of time for silent meditation and prayer, and Holy Communion. The service takes place around our Labyrinth. This month’s service takes on themes of Blue Christmas.
Holy Hour Evensong & Refreshment is a short service is rich in prayer and scripture with beautiful music. A time to rest, recharge, and unplug. Healing prayers are offered beginning at 6:15 and after the service.
Changing the World