Parish Events


How should St. George’s Church update its sign on Front Street?  What should it say?  How should it look, and how should we invite passers-by to visit our beautiful church?  Send your thoughts by August 31 to the Interim Rector and Wardens, at

The two best ideas for language and design will win a prize on Homecoming Sunday!

 St. George’s Church 315th Anniversary Celebration

Congratulations on 315 years of ministry and service.  It was founded in 1702 but underwent several changes along the way. The church was destroyed and re-erected in 1734 and in 1822, when the edifice that we recognize today was constructed. In 1735, it received a charter from King George II that we still use today.

St. George’s Episcopal Church is an historic Episcopal church and it was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1973 as St. George’s Church and on the National Register in 1988.


Ask For Your Life Campaign

On October 14th, 2017 from 10:00 am until 12:30 pm, please join us for this very important presentation by Beverly R. James, RN, BSN Board Member of Pulse Center for Patient Safety, Advocacy & Education. This campaign is a workshop designed to address implicit racial bias in the health care setting and share how to successfully and safely navigate the barriers present that affect poor health care in the minority community.