Lemonade & Cookies
Gathering each Sunday for fellowship is one of our favorite summer traditions. Join us in the Gathering Space and courtyard for Lemonade & Cookies at 11:00am every Sunday.
Farmers Market Volunteers Needed
Our weekly Farmers Market is a blessing to local growers and makers, and it brings the community together right here at St. George's. We need volunteers each week to support this ministry throughout the summer.
The Nashville Fellows
Host families are needed now to help support the next class of Fellows. Learn more about the amazing impact your family could have on one of these young adults—and vice versa!
Prayers for Our Little Roses
Please join us in praying for our missionaries to Our Little Roses during their trip from June 19-27.
Afghan Family on NPT
Tuesday, June 28
Nashville Public Television's (NPT) award-winning Next Door Neighbor Series looks at Nashville’s status as a new destination city for refugees and immigrants and explores the rich diversity of people now calling Nashville home. "Peace of Mind" is airing on NPT on Tuesday, June 28, at 7:30pm and will feature a member of the Afghan family sponsored by St. George’s.
Join us at special worship times this summer! We'll have Sunday school at 9:00am, worship at 10:00am, and an opportunity for the whole church to share in fellowship at 11:00.
Coffee & Conversation
Thursday, July 14
Hosted by the Senior Ministry every second Thursday, Coffee & Conversation is a gathering of folks to visit and get to know others - no agenda, no program, no reservations.
Wednesday, July 20
Please join us for food and fellowship in Hampton Hall at 6:00pm for Breaking Bread. RSVP at 615-385- 2150 x 262 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Suggested donation $8.
Prime Time Speakers Series
Thursday, July 21
Featureing guest speaker and church member Ed Thackston, presenting Myths and Misinformation about July 4th.
Seniors Helping Others
Thursday, June 23
Seniors Helping Others has two opportunities this month. Join us!
Message from the Priest-in-Charge
Response to Uvalde, Texas
Our clergy are available to support you and your family as you reflect upon these acts in our country. Please call the church at 615-385-2150 if you would like to speak with someone. You may also visit our Chapel, which is open day and night, for moments of quiet prayer and reflection.
Bible Reading Plan
May - June 2022
Read the Bible along with us each day to stay rooted in the word of God and prepare for Sunday worship.
We are looking for caring individuals to drive some of our older adults to church for Sunday morning worship. If you would be willing to help this very important ministry, please contact Robin Puryear, Director of Pastoral Care.
During the workday, dedicated space will be available at the church for anyone who would benefit from time together with others as they work.
In order to help the church love our neighbors even more, we have created a new platform to connect you with needs in our community. Follow the link to learn more and get involved today.
Humphreys Street Coffee
Humphreys Street makes coffee in order to provide jobs and mentoring for teens and young adults. As one of our previous partners through SGEM, we are delighted to host them on Sunday mornings in the Gathering Space.
St. George's has open positions on our facilities team and for staff singers in the choir.
Follow the link below to read the latest announcements from the Search Committee and to see where we are in the process of searching for our next rector.
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New sermons are posted each Monday afternoon. 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.
Annual Meeting & 2022 Vestry Election
Congratulations to our newest vestry members: Amy Harwell, Jonathan Morphett, Emily Walker, and Hudson Walker. Watch the meeting online to share in and celebration the business of the church in 2021.