While we are not meeting for classes in-person, there are many ways to stay engaged in biblical teaching online.
Adult Sunday School

Our Sunday School classes are meeting online each Sunday at 9:00am.  Newcomers are welcome to join us anytime!


Abraham and Sarah

June 14-August 16 at 9:00am

Abraham and Sarah were a couple who were pioneers when walking the way of faith. They are an example of how two people sought to be faithful in a different time than our own, and yet are still a towering example to us. This ten week Zoom course will be on Sundays from June 14 to August 16 at 9:00am and will be taught by the Rev. Richard Kew.

Join Live Here 

Watch Prior Classes



Christian Courage

Jesus told his disciples not to be afraid, but to believe. This three week course concluded on Sunday, June 28 but you can watch recorded classes at the link below. We learned about Christian courage from multiple different vantage points. Watch to learn more about how to live in a world that’s overwhelmed by anxiety.                   


Watch Recorded Classes Here

Engaging in Small Groups

There has never been a better time to build relationships with a small group from your church family.


Neighborhood Groups

Groups for neighbors to build relationships. In this time of uncertainty when social distancing and isolation are realities of our daily lives it is vitally important that we stay connected to one another. In the spirit of connectivity, St. George’s is happy to announce the formation of Neighborhood Groups! If you are interested in learning more about this initiative please contact Martha Rodes at

Virtual Small Groups

Groups for anyone who want to grow together from the comfort and safety of home. With it’s more relaxed rhythms summer is a great time to dig a little deeper into our life together. With that in mind, we’d love for you to join a weekly small group via Zoom. If you are interested, please contact Martha Rodes at

Recorded Webinars

The following video courses are made available to watch at your convenience. You can find audio recordings of previous classes on our Class Recordings page here, including Dana Sherrard's Bible studies and special guest speakers. 


The Letter to the Philippians

The Letter of Paul to the Philippians has always been for many Christians a favorite among the apostle’s correspondences. Short enough to read in one sitting, filled with memorable lines and images, and brimming with affection for its recipients, the Letter to the Philippians is a joyful encouragement in the gospel with the cross at its center. Led by the Rev. Dr. R. Leigh Spruill, this study aims to connect the message of the letter with the realities of this day.

Click here to watch this series online.


The Light of Christ in Light of Coronavirus

Led by Leigh Spruill and Amy Norton. 

Together we address our struggles and questions during the pandemic, and we explore five marks of congregations that will survive and thrive in this new era.

Click here to watch this 3-part webinar.

Deepening Our Faith Through Music

Led by our Director of Music Ministries, Dr. Woosug Kang. 

Music has been one of the most delightful gifts that God has given us, but because of its strong character of “enjoyment,” sometimes we miss the full potential of this wonderful gift.

Click here to watch this 3-part webinar.


How to Use The Book of Common Prayer

Led by the Rev. David Barr

The BCP is an ordered way of moving through the scriptures in prayer. It shows you how to create an ordered practice for your life at home. Grab your Bible and BCP and join us!  If you don't have a BCP at home, you can use the BCP Online.

Click here to watch this 4-part series online.

Other Offerings

Listed below are current opportunities to be participate in groups and build relationships with others at the church - even while social distancing.  We also have many opportunities to volunteer, and those offerings can be found here.


Bible Reading Plan

Our Bible Reading Plan organizes the lectionary into a pattern of daily readings. By following along with the church calendar, each of these readings points to some aspect of Christ's life, death, and resurrection. Our plan provides a way for parishioners to deepen their knowledge of the Bible, prepare for Sunday worship, and become more familiar with the enduring themes of the church calendar.

Hear weekly insights from our clergy here.

Reading Schedule: May - June    July - August

To receive a weekly email, join the Bible Reading Plan group in Realm or contact Rebecca Teel (615-385-2150 x 213 or

Daily Devotional from Father Kew

Scripture, meditation, and prayer delivered to your email address each weekday morning. To sign up, contact Fr. Richard at

Aelfric's Readers

Aelfric’s Readers, St. George’s Book Club, chose its name from Aelfric the Grammarian who lived in the first half of the 11th century. This is a casual book club for people who love to read! Although we can't meet right now, we are still reading and connecting online. 

Questions? Contact Facilitators Paula Snyder at 615-356-5376 or or Jeanne Gore at 615-371-9078 or

Daughters of the King

St. Francis Chapter

Daughters of the King practice daily intercessory prayers and offer service to God thereby sharing the sufferings of the world. Not perfect in practice, we try as women of courage. We serve everywhere from Our Little Roses in Honduras to St. Luke’s (Daughters of the King founded St. Luke’s in 1913), Magdalene House, Room at the Inn, founding Inreach, to the St. George’s Choir, and more.

Daughters of the King is open to all women of St. George's who want to deepen their commitment to Christ as they balance their prayer and spiritual life with action in the church community.

You can learn more about the Daughters of the King here.

Questions? Contact Rosemary Kew, President |
615-651-3909 or or contact Mary Jackson, vice-president | 615-330-4153 or

Prayer Shawl Ministry

The Prayer Shawl Ministry is a group of experienced and novice knitters and crocheters who make shawls for those experiencing any kind of hardship.

Prayer shawls are given to those who would benefit from a spiritual “hug.” Prayers are said as they are being made, and finished shawls are blessed by a priest. Feedback from recipients has been very rewarding.