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As the first established church in St. Catharines, St. George’s is an integral part of our city’s history.   In 2017, join with us in celebrating our 225th Anniversary.  This has been a spiritual home for generations of people finding strength and peace through prayer and fellowship, growing in their relationship with God, and generously serving the needs of our community.

Wedding Weekend
May 13, 2017

Open to everyone who was married in St. George’s, as well as current parishioners.  Couples can reserve a spot at 11am, 1pm or 3pm to renew their vows as we celebrate the role St. George’s has played in forming so many marriages and families over the generations.  Each ceremony is followed by a cake reception in our Lounge.  Registration fee of $50 goes to our Anniversary Project. Contact the church early to reserve your spot.

Anniversary Project

To honour St. George’s legacy of faith and service, we want to do something for the future of our church as well as something to reach out to those in need.  Our goal is to raise $70,000 for the refurbishment of our historic pipe organ, as well as to provide clean water for a home in the First Nations’ community of Pikangikum, Ontario.  A 225th memorial plaque will be erected to commemorate memorial donations to our project.

Donation Form

Spaghetti Dinner – February 3rd 

 A night of fabulous eating and fun fellowship, St. George’s style!  This casual and tasty pasta night gets our year of celebration off on the right foot.

Social Tea – June 4th

an old-fashioned spring Tea.  What did the wear, what did they eat, 225 years ago?  You are welcome to dress up for this journey back through time.

Gala Dinner and Silent Auction – November 25

Our National Anglican Bishop, Fred Hiltz, is one of many special invited guests for this black tie gala homecoming dinner and fundraiser, the crowning event of a year of joyful celebration!


Celebrating the clergy who have been part of our community

  • January 29th – Archdeacon Marion Vincett
  • Janaruy 29th, 4pm Evensong – Bishop Walter Asbil
  • March 5 –The Reverend Canon Rob Fead
  • April 9 – Bishop Michael Bird
  • May 7 –  The Very Reverend Peter Elliott, Dean of the Cathedral in Vancouver
  • October 22 – The Very Reverend Andrew Asbil, Dean of the Cathedral in Toronto
  • November 26:  Homecoming Sunday with Archbishop Frederick Hiltz, Primate of Canada – along with Bishop Michael Bird and Bishop Walter Asbil
  • Dec. 10 – Archdeacon Val Kerr