St. George's worship services reflect the diversity of our congregation, while honoring the rich history of our liturgical tradition. Our worship is both old and new, claiming the resources of a glorious past and blending them with the vitality of current offerings. We are faithful to our heritage of vibrant music, with a variety of choirs at services throughout the year. Please worship with us!
8:00am: A traditional Rite I service with Holy Eucharist and a sermon offered by a member of the clergy. Personal Intercessory prayer is available during the service. Music is offered during the offertory, communion, and postlude, and a closing hymn is sung by all. Children’s Chapel is offered for the first part of the service, which allows young ones to worship in an age appropriate way.
10:30am: Saint George’s largest service, this Rite II service of Holy Eucharist draws around 200 adults and children, and is as lively and energetic as it is reflective and contemplative. Singing by the congregation is led by the Saint George’s Choirs (ages 3 to 93). A sermon is offered by a member of the clergy and there is an opportunity for personal intercessory prayer during the distribution of Holy Eucharist.
12:05pm: This is a quiet, simple service of Holy Communion that includes a short homily by a member of the clergy. There is no music at this service.
Contemplative Eucharist - Taize
Our Contemplative Eucharist is held on the Second Sunday of each month at 4:00pm. This contemplative service features , Taize chants, a short reflections, plenty of time for silent meditation and prayer, and Holy Communion. The service takes place our our Labyrinth which is built into our Nave floor. Feel free to stay after to walk the labyrinth.
Evensong is held on the Third Tuesday of each month at 6:30pm (Holy Hour), and on Sundays throughout the year at 4pm, as scheduled. Evensong marks the end of the day and prepares for the approaching night and is a short service in which many find rich revelations of the Glory and Presence of God.
Check our Evensong schedule here.
A GENERAL NOTE ABOUT ATTIRE
Weather always influences attire, particularly in the heat of the summer. Throughout the year, worshipers attend our services wearing everything from dresses and suit coats with ties to blue jeans, T-shirts, and sneakers. Whatever you may choose to wear, we look forward to your presence among us.