New Adult Classes
Join us this month for our new Sunday and weekday class offerings for adults of all ages.
St. George’s 101
September 2 - 30
This is a five-week gathering for anyone who would like to be introduced to, or dig deeper into, the vision of our life together at St. George’s.
Room in the Inn Help
We are looking for a man to take on the role of Innkeeper Coordinator for our Room in the Inn ministry. Twice a month from November to March, we host 12 homeless men overnight at the church. This is a crucial leadership role, without which we won’t be able to host these men this winter. To learn more, contact Joe King.
Tuesdays and Fridays
Join us Tuesdays from 1:00-1:30pm and/or Fridays from 9:15-9:45 in the Johnson Hall Prayer Room. This group will spend time praying for the children and families of St. George's. This group is open to everyone at any time, but we hope that regulars will commit to joining us at least once each week.
Men's Bible Study with the Rector
Fridays, Sept. 7 - Nov. 16
Join us this fall for a study on the Gospel According to Luke, open to all men of the church.
Thursdays in September
In this free, four-part series led and sponsored by Senior Helpers, we will learn about dementia, how it affects the individuals, families, and communities. We will also consider how it affects caregivers and how we can develop a more dementia-friendly environment.
Parmer Park Playground Meetup
Thursday, September 18
Bring your preschool-aged children (older siblings welcome) for fun at Parmer Park and fellowship with other moms and dads from 10:00 to 11:30am on the third Tuesday of each month. Bring your own snack and stay as long as you like. Rain date: the next month. See you there!
Wednesday, September 19
9:15pm in the Church
This brief and beautiful service is set in a darkened church and sung by a small men's choir. Remain as long as you wish after the service in this quiet space, departing in silence.
Prime Time Speakers Series
Thursday, September 20
11:30am Lunch; Noon program in Hampton Hall
"Classic Movies and Great Music" with Professor Mitchell Korn from Blair School of Music. RSVP for the $10 lunch no later than Monday, September 17, to 615-385-2150 x 262 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Healing & Revival Service
Wednesday, September 26
Please join the Revs. Kristine Blaess and Martin Odidi for a Healing and Revival Service from 5:30-7pm Wednesday, September 26 in Johnson Hall. This service of music, preaching, and prayer will include individual prayer for any who suffer physical, emotional, or spiritual distress. You’re welcome to bring your friends who will be blessed by the gift of healing. Come with FAITH, believing God for a miracle.
St. George’s Flu Shot Clinic
Thursday, September 27
For $35 we will have the Quadrivalent (4 strain) vaccine. Also available upon prior request: Shingles Vaccine and Pneumonia Vaccine. Most insurance accepted; no appointment needed. Clinic open 11:00am-1:00pm in the Library. Questions? Contact Lynn Ragland.
Sunday, October 7
Save the date for the annual Harvest Dinner! More information coming soon.
Registration is open for Friday, November 2 - Saturday, November 3!
Watanbe Art Show & Opening Reception
Thursday, November 8
Join us for the Opening Reception to view Witness to Faith: The Biblical Prints of Sadao Watanabe featuring original works of graphic art by Japan’s foremost Christian artist of the 20th century.
Do you know a member of our church family who would benefit from a few hand-delivered meals? Look no further than Phoebe’s Meals. This ministry provides up to six meals to a member in need due to illness or other family circumstances. Please contact Kate Meriwether.
Rain or shine, the market will be open 3:30pm - 6:00pm.
The Nashville Fellows 2018-19
Meet the young people who will be working and serving at St. George's Church this year during their time in the Nashville Fellows Program.
Sermons Now Available on Podcast
Our sermons are now being posted as a podcast in addition to on our website. Simply go to your preferred podcast app and search for “St. George’s Nashville.”
Realm is one more way we are seeking to help people find their place and a deeper sense of belonging at St. George’s.
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