Welcome to St. George's!


What to Expect on a Sunday Morning

We hope that from the moment you arrive you will experience a warm welcome, inspiring worship, and buoyant fellowship.  St. George’s has two worship services- 8am and 10am.  Whichever service you choose to attend, we want you to enjoy its unique spirit. 

Entering the Sanctuary

There are two ways to enter the church: through the main entrance on Ridgewood Road or through the parking lot off Woodland Road. Coming from the parking lot entrance,  go up the stairs and turn left at the top of the stairs; this leads you to the sanctuary.  The 8am service is held indoors in the choir area of the sanctuary, located behind the main altar. The 10am service is held indoors in the main portion of the sanctuary. 

Childcare available during the 10am service

Children are welcome at all services at St. George’s! Children are invited to participate as leaders in our services- joining in the festive processionals, as readers, ushers, and leading the prayers. We celebrate that every child’s wiggle, gurgle, and twirl are part of how they worship- we love to hear and see their prayers in worship! Parents, don’t fear if your child has the wiggles, let them do so- its their way of talking to God.  We also understand that sometimes parents need a break, too; for those who may wish to take advantage of it, we offer childcare for infants and toddlers (ages 0 to 4) during the 10am service. Childcare is held in the nursery next to the Parish Hall. One of our ushers will be happy to assist you in locating the playroom.

What to expect

The 8 am service is an intimate and contemplative service of Holy Eucharist held in the choir behind the altar.  There is no music at this service, but the lessons and sermon are identical to what is heard at the later service.  

The 10 am service is a spirited and warm Sung Holy Eucharist service, featuring our joyful choir. It is held indoors in our sanctuary and is livestreamed. For much of the year, the choir leads the music (ranging from traditional hymns, Gospel, Spirituals, Jazz, Taize, and more contemporary pieces). On major feast days, incense is used and will frequently offer special musical offerings. Children are encouraged as leaders in this service by participating in the processions, reading the lesson, and leading the prayers. Older children also serve as acolytes, crucifers, and thurifers (the person who gets to handle the incense).