At St. George’s we worship in a variety of ways because our God is both King and Shepherd.
Traditional worship in the Nave and Chapel shows God’s transcendence and majesty, and our modern service called The Table demonstrates God as our friend and shepherd. We invite you to join us for worship in whichever time and setting allows you to know God more deeply.
Wednesday, February 14
7:00am - Holy Eucharist & Imposition of Ashes in the Nave
Noon - Imposition of Ashes in the Nave (Nursery available.)
5:00pm - Children's Service & Imposition of Ashes in Legacy Hall (Nursery available.)
6:00pm* - Imposition of Ashes in the Nave (Nursery and childcare available. Learn more.)
In lieu of the usual 10:00am Wednesday Healing Service, prayer ministers will be available following the Noon Ash Wednesday Service.
Sunday Worship Schedule
7:30am - Traditional Eucharist, Rite I (Nave)
8:45am* - Traditional Eucharist, Rite II (Nave)
9:00am - The Table (Legacy Hall)
10:05am - Sunday School (Resumes January 21)
11:00am - Traditional Eucharist, Rite I (Nave)
5:00pm - Evening Prayer with Eucharist (Chapel)
Nursery & Childcare are available for our youngest children during some Sunday morning services. Learn more here.
7:00am Monday - Saturday in the Chapel
Wednesday Healing Prayer
10:00am in the Chapel
Sunday, January 21 at 5:00pm in the Nave
Wednesday, February 21 at 9:15pm in the Nave
Stemming from monastic practice, Compline is the last service of the day before bedtime. From the same root as the word “complete,” Compline in the strict sense marks the beginning of a time of silence—from the end of the service lasting until the morning. 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.
Sundays at 5:00pm in the Nave
Upcoming Services: March 10, April 14, and May 12
Choral Evensong has been sung daily in the Anglican Church since the 16th century throughout the world. At Evensong, choral music and chant illuminates biblical texts to allow a time of stillness, meditation, and prayer.