We join with Christians around the world in observing the season of Lent, a time for prayer, fasting, generosity, and reflection. Bishop Susan Bell is recommending two books for study during the season of Lent: Saving Us: A Climate Scientist’s Case for Hope and Healing in a Divided World by Katharine Hayhoe and A Spirituality of Fundraising by Henri Nouwen. Read more… Read More Making our Lenten Pilgrimage
This time of year is a time of longing. Longing for warm days, melting snow, sprouting plants. It’s natural to long for the return of the nice weather. It’s funny though, how the same weather can cause a different response depending on when it happens. A new snowfall in mid December puts folks in a… Read More It’s All Grace
Much of what we have traditionally practiced during Lent, are practices whose aim is to make us mindful of the presence of God and our relationship to God. Practices such as giving up something or committing to something new bring us to mindfulness of God through the effort involved in commitment. Such practices call us… Read More Keeping a mindful Lent
We are pleased to announce in person worship has resumed as of March 1st 2022. We continue to offer online worship as an alternative. Worship times are published on our calendar. Please join us in person or online.
Welcome to your online Christmas worship from St. George’s, Georgetown. Unfortunately, our planned in-person worship had to be canceled due to the need to tighten our COVID restrictions with the recent increasing in COVID cases. All our in-person worship has been postponed until further notice. Family Ministry Our family ministry resources this week are based… Read More Online Christmas – Treasure & Ponder