Welcome to St. George's

Worship is offered:
- Sundays at 8am (simple and contemplative) and 10am with choir, Nursery and Sunday School
- Advent Café Worship Wednesdays at 7pm
- Wednesday & Thursday at 12:10pm


Holy Week

Palm Sunday April 14th, 8am and 10am
Daily 12:10pm Worship, April 15th - 17th
Advent Café in the Lounge 7pm April 17th Maundy Thursday April 18th 12:10pm noon hour service, 6pm - 8pm with Dinner
Good Friday April 19th 9:45am Downtown Good Friday Walk, Noon Hour Worship
Easter Vigil April 20th 7pm
Easter Sunday April 21st 8am and 10am


Ash Wednesday Services – March 6th

“MY BAD! Ashes and Repentance”
We will explore how ashes are related to grief, and the importance of acknowledging error in Christian tradition, and in our lives.

12:10pm & 6pm; 7pm Advent Cafe (side entrance)


West Side entrance, through the Meditation Garden.
The Bible - the sequel - sermon series continues.


Community Breakfast
at St. George’s

We serve a hot and nourishing Community Breakfast 365 days of the year.
It is entirely free and is available to anybody who needs a meal, no questions asked.


In 2017, St. George’s Anglican Church celebrated its 225th anniversary.  St. George’s was the first established church of St. Catharines.  Generations have found strength and peace here through prayer, fellowship and service.  On any given day, you will see this building open and serving breakfast to the hungry, providing shelter to the homeless, and offering a place of prayer and faith for people of all ages and stages.

Celebrating 225 Years Young – History of St. George’s

“Lift up your hands in the Holy place and bless the Lord.” (Psalm 134)

In 2017, we celebrate our 225th Anniversary.  St. George’s is the oldest faith community in the city of St. Catharines, founded in 1792.

For all anniversary details, see our Anniversary Brochure


In Jesus we see who God is and what God cares about.  We follow Jesus in order to draw closer to God and to better serve the world.

The Bible

We explore how these ancient stories become alive and meaningful, and a source of God’s guidance, to us here today.

The Anglican Church

The Anglican Communion is worldwide. It is known as “the middle way” – tracing its roots back to the earliest followers of Jesus and the ancient church, but with a modern-day charism of an “Open Mind” to the new thing God is doing in us and in our world.


We offer different styles of worship throughout the week, from the very modern café setting of our Wednesday nights, to the quiet contemplation of Sundays at 8am and the beautiful family service with choral music and pipe organ at 10am.


Music has always been a way for people to connect more deeply with God. Music lifts our spirits and brings us into communion with one another. We offer music programs for people of all ages. Our worship services offer a wide variety of musical expressions, allowing us to pray more fully!


Our goal as Christians is to “seek and serve Christ in all persons.” We are engaged in meaningful service with those most vulnerable in our community and in our world. Find your life changed by learning to live for the sake of others.



Get caught up on all of the happenings, opportunities, prayers and thanksgivings of St. George’s through our weekly Saints Connection.

Upcoming Event

  • Monday March 18th – Chair Yoga 9:30am. Classes this week in the Bear’s Den.  Evening Classes are cancelled until further notice from Brier Colburn.
  • Parish Council Meeting in the Asbil Lounge at 7pm
  • Tuesday March 19th    
  • Super Tuesday/Lenten Book Study and Anglicanism 101 begins at 6:50pm in Asbil Lounge.
  • Wednesday March 20th
  • Book Study – Reconciliation: The Archbishop of Canterbury’s Lent Book 2019 at St. Thomas
  • Worship at 12:10pm in the Chapel
  • Parents’ Group, 5:45pm
  • Advent Café 7pm in the Bear’s Den “The Bible the Sequel sermon” series + Bible Study
  • This week’s preacher: Cheryl Bergie – St. Peter
  • This week’s music: Mari Shantz & Guest
  • Thursday March 21st
  • Worship at 12:10pm in the Chapel



Question of the Week

March 15, 2019 in Question of the Week

Why does worship feel different during Lent?

We have now entered the season of Lent in the Christian year.  This is a forty-day period of renewal for people of faith in which we are invited to an…
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Reverend Martha’s Blog

I always believed in God. But something happens when you walk through the doors of this church. I just connect in a whole new way.

Terry Shergold

I come out of the church and I’m beaming. I talk about church to people, and I’ve never done that before!

Michelle Scott

A place of welcome, support, faith and hope.

Marc Delisio

I first came to St George’s for the excellent music, but over 9 years have come to love the people, the clergy, the many meaningful programs and opportunities for service.

Rose Spraggon

a place to question and grow in faith whilst offering wonderful opportunities for service.

Wendy Northcotte

St George’s has felt like home since we first walked in the door. God is here. Christ is here. The Holy Spirit moves through the love of the people.

Doreen MacFarlane

very faithful clergy and laity, supports all walks of life. Home, friendship, opportunities to learn and grow in faith; community involvement and a very welcoming place. I did a lot of church shopping before finding St George’s.

Vikki Coates

Advent Cafe provides an opportunity to connect with faith and spirituality in an informal and welcoming setting. Its "drop-in" atmosphere and easy-to-follow service makes it the kind of space that I, as someone who doesn't attend church regularly, find to be a simple addition to my life that lets me access the church in a way that is comfortable for me. As a music leader, I've been given the opportunity to find the divine in secular music and bring that to Advent Cafe; I am stretching my spiritual muscles and connecting with my gifts as a musician while also serving the community. I'm truly grateful for this role.

Katherine Kerley

"I was baptized, confirmed, married at St. George's and have spent my whole life there. And yet still every time I walk in, I just have to say WOW!"

Shirley Chamberlain

In the example of Jesus we discover that everyone has something to offer and everyone has something to receive. To find where your gifts connect with our ministries, or where our ministries connect with your searching, find out more about our community of faith, St. George’s.