Six new life-sized carved figures will be added to an expanded Nativity display this year at St. George’s. Last year, Robbin Wenzoski, who with the help of his wife Laura, created wonderful life-sized sculptures of Mary, Joseph, and infant Jesus to be displayed out front of the church. The display was so well received by… Read More New Nativity figures to be added
Folks line up to come into St. George’s Christmas bazaar each for different reasons. Some come for the baking and fancy cookies. Some come for the treasures at the White Elephant Table. Some come for the new and used books, or the knitting, or the preserves, or the penny table. Everyone has their reason to… Read More The Best Bazaar in town, Nov. 2, 10am to 2pm.
Summer time brings a little disruption to most folks schedules and routines. Time off, social events, time spent outside enjoying the great outdoors, draw us away from the patterns that dominate most of the year. In case you have been away and missed a bit of what has been happening here at St. George’s this… Read More A Busy Summer around St. George’s
In our gospel passage (John 13:31-35) this past Sunday was from John’s depiction of Jesus’ last supper with his disciples. It is a passage about the importance of love and how Jesus intended love to be a defining quality of his followers. A highlight of this chapter in John is when Jesus washed their feet as… Read More God’s grace reminds us to love
I remember when my son first went to kindergarten and during his first week he reported back to us that he was having fun and he told us all about his teacher who he liked, but when we asked if he had made any friends in school yet and he said, “no.” It seemed odd… Read More Claiming “I am Christian”