If you turn on the TV or pick up a magazine or drive down the street, you and I are inundated by advertising. We live in a sea of advertising, it is almost everywhere our eyes look. As kind and as good as some companies would like to portray themselves, the first and foremost reason… Read More Caught in the Storm of Society
Thursday, December 24thChristmas Eve 5:00 p.m. Carols and The Christmas Story 7:00 p.m. Worship and Carols accompanied by guitar & piano 9:00 p.m. Worship with Parish Choir 11:00 p.m. Traditional Worship and Music Friday, December 25thChristmas Day 10:00 a.m. Worship and Carols Sunday, December 27th1st Sunday after Christmas 8:00 am Worship 9:30 a.m. Worship and… Read More 2009 Christmas Services
So many of the Bible’s stories remind us that, since the fall, we have gotten “caught up” in places; Holy Lands, Holy Mountains, Holy Sites, Holy Buildings. To these places, we get attached in a way that often overtakes the original reason that the place itself was important. For instance, even the disciples, who spent… Read More Sacred Shrines or Messy Churches?
My Brothers and Sisters in Christ, I wanted to keep you up to date with some ongoing and upcoming happenings here at St. George’s. I can not highlight all the great activities that we are doing here, but please feel free to ask Sue Graham, firstname.lastname@example.org, to put you on the emailing list for our… Read More Note from Rob
Hi All, This is my September update for the parish family to keep you informed about some of the happenings and goings on at St. George’s and in the local Anglican Community. This note will also be included in a traditional parish mailing so that the folks who haven’t had a chance to read the… Read More