News & Events

Farewell Reception for Kristine and Michael Blaess

Sunday, July 14

The Rev. Dr. Kristine Blaess has been called to be the new rector at St. Paul’s Church, Murfreesboro. The last Sunday for the Blaesses will be July 14. Join us today after the 10:00am service on the front porch to wish them farewell.

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Welcome to the Rev. Margery Kennelly

The Rev. Margery Kennelly will be joining the St. George's staff as Associate Rector in mid-July.

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Breaking Bread

Wednesday, July 17

Nourish body and soul in one of the oldest and most fundamental acts of community. Breaking Bread is a St. George’s community meal the third Wednesday of each month.

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Prime Time Speakers Series

Thursday, July 18

Architecture of Nashville Churches, presented by Lisa Johnson of the Arts Missional Community.

11:30am Lunch; Noon program in the Nave

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Seniors Helping Others

Thursday, July 25

It is time to work on Back-To-School Supplies for the Episcopal School of Nashville. We will meet on Thursday, July 25 in rooms 210 and 211 from 10:00am to 12:00pm to organize and sort the school materials by grade, write names on backpacks, and iron on patches. 

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Living Well, Dying Well

Sundays, July 28 - August 11

9:00am in Hampton Hall

Come learn how we find meaning and purpose in our lives as we age, what God has to say about aging, and how we can plan for the end of life.

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Lemonade & Cookies

Help us create a warm spirit of fellowship this summer after worship by hosting our lemonade and cookies.  Learn more and sign up online.

Living Our Legacy

Right now is the time to be a part of transformational changes at St. George’s. Please pledge by May 19 to the Living Our Legacy capital campaign — when you do, you invest in our worship life together, you open doors for deeper fellowship and outreach, and you expand our capacity to share the light of Christ even more broadly. Follow this link for virtual tours of new spaces and more information.

Farmers Market

Every Thursday

It is time for fresh veggies, fruit, meats and fish, and much more!  Farmers Market is every Thursday, 3:30 to 6:00pm. Our 2019 vendor list is now available. The Farmers Market will be closed July 4th.

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Summer Sunday School

June 2 - July 21

Starting Sunday, June 2, Sunday school will be offered at 9:00 – 10:00am for all ages. Childcare is also available during that hour for our youngest children.

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Narnia Summer Sundays

June - July 2019

Get a glimpse into C.S. Lewis’s imagination with a summer reading of one of the best-selling novels of all time, The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe.

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Youth Summer Fun

Movies in the Park, hiking  in Warner Park, and weekly lunches — all fun ways for our youth to stay connected during the summer!

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Women’s Bible Study on Colossians

July 9 -30

The Women of Stephen’s Valley Church invite the women of St. George’s to a Bible study on Paul’s letter to the Colossians led by Stephen’s Valley member Emma Thompson. The study meets here at St. George’s on Tuesdays, July 9, 16, 23, and 30 from 10:00 to 11:00am in Hampton Hall.

Foyer Groups

Foyer groups are forming for fall! Join a group and enjoy a casual monthly meal with 10-12 other church members this fall.

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2020 Outreach Funding Applications Now Available

Deadline Thursday, August 1

We are currently accepting applications for our 2020 Outreach Funding cycle. All funding applications must be returned to Sandra Beld by Thursday, August 1.

For guidelines and an application, please click here.

Life Line Screening

Friday, August 9

St. George’s Church is pleased to host a Life Line Screening event on Friday, August 9. Register for a Wellness Package which includes 4 vascular tests and osteoporosis screening for $149.

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Summer Intern from Duke Divinity School

We are pleased to introduce our 2019 Duke Divinity School intern Micah Dennis. Join us in welcoming him to Nashville on Sunday, June 2.

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New Partnership with Rev. Billy Cerveny

There has been much conversation in our congregation over recent months concerning the myriad emotional and spiritual issues affecting our members and our community. We are pleased that St. George’s has entered into a formal partnership with Rev. Billy Cerveny, who will offer professional pastoral counsel as an important dimension of our overall pastoral care ministries.

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Host Families Needed for Nashville Fellows

We are looking for families willing to host a Nashville Fellow from August 2019 through May 2020.

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Parish Picnic

Sunday, August 19

Save the date for the annual parish picnic!  More information to come.

Pastoral Visits

We love to care for our parishioners. Do you know of anyone, homebound or otherwise, in need of a pastoral visit? We don’t want to miss anyone. Please let us know by speaking with a priest or contacting Susalee.Spruill@stgeorgesnashville.org.

Children's Worship Bags

Children’s Ministry would like to partner with you this summer as you include your children in our worship services.  Our Children’s Worship Bags have items that will keep hands busy but free the mind to listen to worship. Simply drop the bag back in the basket on your way out.

Podcast

New sermons are posted each Monday afternoon. Simply go to your preferred podcast app and search for “St. George’s Nashville.”

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2018 Annual Report

Look back on all that we have accomplished together in our parish and in the community we love. Read our 2018 Annual Report here.

Realm

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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