Worship In Person

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 tends to shows God’s transcendence and majesty, and our modern service called The Table shows 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.  

 

Summer Sundays

Through Sunday, August 21

7:30am - Traditional Service (Rite I) in the Nave

9:00am - Sunday School for Adults

10:00am - The Table in Legacy Hall

10:00am* - Traditional Service in the Nave

11:00am - Churchwide Fellowship & Coffee Hour

5:00pm - Evening Prayer with Holy Eucharist in the Chapel

*Livestreamed each Sunday. Click here to watch live.

 

Fall Worship Schedule 

Resumes Sunday, August 28 — Our first Sunday with the new Rector, Malone Gilliam

7:30am - Traditional Eucharist (Nave)

8:45am* - Traditional Eucharist (Nave)

9:00am -The Table (Legacy Hall)

10:05am - Reception to Welcome the Rev. Malone Gilliam (Gathering Space & Rotunda)
    Orientation for Children’s Ministries (Johnson Hall)
    Orientation for Youth Ministries (Akers Hall)

11:00am* - Traditional Eucharist (Nave)

5:00pm -Evening Prayer with Eucharist (Chapel)

*Livestreamed each Sunday. Click here to watch live.

Weekday Worship Schedule

Holy Eucharist in the Chapel

7:00am Monday - Saturday

Healing Eucharist in the Chapel

10:00am Wednesday

Compline

Compline resumes in September 2022

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.

Evensong

Upcoming: September 11, 2022 at 5:00pm

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.