St. George’s Episcopal Church seeks to extend the radical hospitality of Jesus Christ to all. Our worship is eclectic, contemplative, and joyous. We offer a peace garden for meditation, forums for open dialogue, and outreach programs for people in need. Through the Center for Art and Spirit, we provide sacred space for use by the larger community.
After the Christmas Day Holy Eucharist at 10:30, the worshiping community of St. George’s will be taking 2023 as a “Jubilee Year.” The Center for Art & Spirit at St. George will continue operations, offering sacred space to others who share our values. Please see Canon Augusta’s letter to learn more about the discernment we will be doing in 2023.
“We were made by a power of love. Our lives were meant and are meant to be lived in that love. That’s why we are here. Ultimately the source of love is God…. The source of all of our lives.”
–Presiding Bishop Michael Curry
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