The stories and traditions of our faith are fully of meaning and history. And we love questions! We have opportunities for people of all ages to connect faith with everyday life and to learn and grow in their relationship with God. We have weekly Bible studies, Sunday School, Children’s Programs, Youth Choir, and meaningful worship in many styles and a variety of times to accommodate every schedule. And if you are just beginning to explore the Christian faith, we have custom-built classes just for you!
Learn More about our opportunities for faith exploration for all ages:
6:50 – 8:00pm
Enjoy a night out – as a family, or as one who looks forward to meeting up with friends and getting to know new people. Our Tuesday program includes opportunities for people of all ages and stages to learn about their faith:
I will pour out my Spirit upon all people. Your sons and daughters will prophesy. Your old men will dream dreams, and your young will see visions.
George Express Youth Choir
a rich musical experience and a fun and engaging way for our children to learn about, and participate in, our faith
Adult Bible Study
whether exploring a topic of particular relevance, looking at a specific book of the Bible, or reading a modern Christian author, we connect our Faith to the concerns of our lives Here and Now.
Bible stories and games for our children
We are blessed with newcomers regularly coming through the doors of our church building. Many bring questions about how to participate in worship and what is expected. Our mentorship program provides a more seasoned member of our congregation to sit with you during worship, to answer questions and help you “get the hang” of our service. You can be teamed with a Mentor when you arrive, or you can call our office in advance of your visit to set this up.
We are all God’s children. Baptism is the choice to live as if this truth matters. Baptism joins us to the life of Jesus through the community of the church. We are happy to connect with those who are considering the choice of baptism, for themselves or for their children. Contact our office for more information.
Small Groups meet in homes for prayer, fellowship and learning. It is an incredible way to grow in faith and to form deep and meaningful relationships with other members of St. George’s.
Question of the Week
This week’s Question of the Week
The stories and traditions of our faith are fully of meaning and history. And we love questions! Every week, we feature an article based on YOUR questions. Why do we do what we do?
Do you have a question about who we are or why we do what we do? Click here.
The Labyrinth is an ancient walking prayer, leading us on a journey in encountering God’s presence and guidance in our lives. We offer the Labyrinth once a month on a Saturday morning.