St. George's Kindergarten
Though technically a preschool, “St. George’s Kindergarten” is the original name given to the school by St. George’s Episcopal Church in 1950. The school has an outstanding reputation in the Nashville community and is often ranks as the largest Episcopal preschool in the country. While the school and church share a campus and work together beautifully, we operate as indepedent organizations. We invite you to contact the school directly to more about helping your child prepare for the future in this fun and supportive learning environment.
The Nashville Fellows Program
The Nashville Fellows is an advanced leadership and discipleship program for recent college graduates who wish to apply their gifts in the real-world while learning to integrate a Christian worldview in all areas of life. The program is supported by area churches, including St. George's. Each year, a new class of young adults joins our parish life as they grow, work, study, and serve.
St. George's Farmers Market
Visit the Market | Thursdays, May - August, 3:30 - 6:00pm
Volunteer Opportunity | Volunteers serve as hosts each Thursday from 2:30-5:00pm and 4:00-6:00pm.
Market Vendors | Are you a local grower or maker? We would love for you to apply for our 2023 producer-only market. Please submit the online application to be considered.
The bookstore is available any time the church building is open.
St. George’s Bookstore provides books, cards, music, jewelry, and other seasonal gift resources for the community. The bookstore works on the honor system, using a self-checkout station for cash, check, or credit card purchases. Church stass are available for assistance during office hours. All bookstore proceeds benefit St. George’s outreach partners.
Questions? Contact Claudia Taylor, Executive Assistant | 615-385-2150 x 218 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
A computer is available for parishioners during library hours.
St. George’s Church is fully engaged in learning opportunities for spiritual growth, worship, parenting, and personal relationships. Our library is an amazing resource center for enriching these study and lecture experiences. Bible study participants will find a large selection of books to augment their studies and they may be checked out, while reference books, perhaps in greater depth, are to be used in the library. Children and youth will find a great assortment of books in the juvenile section, books that answer serious theological questions in meaningful terms for their level, as well as books that are just plain fun.
Questions? Contact a volunteer librarian at email@example.com.