We welcome you to the “oldest church with the youngest ideas.”
We are located at
83 Church Street, St. Catharines
The church Parking Lot is located
off Raymond Street.
Tradition HERE & NOW
Our Anglican worship is steeped in the beauty and wisdom of prayer passed down to us through generations of faithful people who have gone before us. It is also connected to God’s Here and Now — how we make meaning in our lives, serve of our world, and live life fully.
8am – This is a quiet, reflective, and simple service of prayer and holy Eucharist, following the traditional Anglican rite.
10am – with choir and music, Sunday school and children’s activities, a meaningful message and the Communion of bread and wine, our main worship service of the week is vibrant and engaging, allowing people both to actively participate as well as to quietly receive the strength, prayers, and guidance that they may need in their work, responsibilities, celebrations and joys.
First Sunday of the Month – Celtic Worship – the evocative faith imagery and music of the Celtic tradition lifts our hearts to celebrate the blessings of God’s Creation.
The 10am service is followed by a time of fellowship and refreshment.
Wednesday and Thursday 12:10pm – Take your lunch hour as a time of oasis and re-centering in the midst of busy-ness and challenge of life.
Advent Café! An evening worship service, featuring contemporary music in a variety of styles. Every Wednesday, 7pm, in the Bear’s Den. (The Bear’s Den is accessed through the meditation garden, off of the west side of the church.)
You may or may not be familiar with Anglican worship. It is beautiful, but it can take some time to become familiar with the Ins and Outs of our traditions. That is why we have Mentors available to you. These Mentors will sit with you through the service, help you participate in our worship, and answer any questions that you may have. If you are interested in being paired with a Mentor, speak to one of our Greeters when you arrive at worship, or contact us ahead of time so that we can plan to have someone arranged for you.
Children & Youth
St. George’s is a wonderful place for people of all ages! Children are welcome to be part of our worship service, and during the 10am service, we have Sunday School and Nursery available. One Sunday per month we have a Youth Bible Study.
Our worship services usually include Communion. This can raise questions about what is happening and what is expected. Don’t worry, even long time Anglicans have questions! The most important thing to know is that there is nobody judging your ‘manners’ at God’s table.More Info
There is an Offering in our worship services. This Offering makes possible the worship, outreach, sanctuary, learning, youth programs, music and service to our community that takes place here. All gifts that are clearly identified will receive a tax receipt. And we believe that our practices of generosity help us to be more able to see and give thanks for God’s blessings. If you choose to give a gift to this church, pay attention in the coming weeks to where you experience God’s abundant blessings at work in you and your life!More Info
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.