Lent 2017 @ St. George's

Ash Wednesday (March 1st) - Services at Noon and 7:00pm, both with the Imposition of Ashes and Holy Communion

Sundays in Lent, in celebration of the 500th anniversary of the Reformation, we will be using the 1552 Book of Common Prayer at all three Sunday services (8:00am, 10:30am, 5:00pm). Regular Prayer Book liturgies will resume their normal schedule at all services starting on Palm Sunday (see regular service schedule and descriptions below). During Lent all education programs and Bible Studies follow their normal schedule, see below or click here for full listing.


crucifix2Sunday 8:00 a.m.

A service steeped in custom using traditional language (following the Book of Common Prayer, Rite I). This early Sunday liturgy provides a balance of quiet reflection and music. Come join other early risers greeting the Lord's Day in a time-honored form of celebration.

Sunday 9:30am - Education Hour Click here for full listings

       Education and Bible study for every age - including Nursery, Children's Music, Middle & High School Bible Study, Rector's Bible Study (adults), Lectionary Study

Sunday 10:30 a.m.

A vibrant, family-oriented service following the Book of Common Prayer, Rite II. This is our largest gathering, and brings us together for a liturgical and lively celebration of faith. Nursery care is available for children three and under, Sunday School (PreK through 5th Grade) also starts at 10:30am. Drop off/Sign in is in classrooms in Lower Level. Kids will return to Sanctuary at the Peace/Announcements to rejoin their families for Communion.

 Sunday, 5:00  p.m. 

Participants follow the Book of Common Prayer, Rite II, our liturgy in contemporary language. This is a quiet and meditative service (no music), and on the first Sunday of every month we have a time of healing prayer.


Upcoming Sunday Readings


Our Church uses the Revised Common Lectionary (RCL), which is a three-year format of Scripture readings for every Sunday. Each year is designated by a letter, Year A, B, or C, where Year A is the first of the three year cycle. Each year begins on the First Sunday of Advent, because that is the beginning of the Church's liturgical year.