Chain of Love 2021 has begun!

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What is Chain of Love?

Chain of Love began 16 years ago as a way to demonstrate the impact our community was making on those around the world. Every dollar that is raised is represented by a domino that is then turned into a HUGE domino chain built by students. What started out as a chain of 3,500 dominoes has grown to over

32, 000! It is a visual way to see what we can do when we all join together to work towards a common goal.

Our partnership with St. Benoit in Mombin Crochu, Haiti began in 2009/2010. We were connected with them through The National Episcopal Church’s Haiti Partnership Program because of their incredible need. They are very remote and isolated, making the journey difficult to get there. They had no official buildings to call home. Mr. Devlin (along with the Hausman’s and Jennifer Wickham) made the visit in March of 2010 after a catastrophic earthquake. It was an incredible experience that solidified our desire to partner with the community of St. Benoit in Mombin Crochu, Haiti.

How can I be a Domino?

You can support this year’s Chain of Love by donating here online. Help us by spreading the word, one dollar and domino at a time.

Easter Lilies

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We will be adorning our altar on Easter with

Easter Lilies, Please consider a contribution toward the Lilies “In Memory of” or “In Thanksgiving for” any loved ones you would like to honor. Please make all designations by clicking here and filling out our “Easter Lily Offering Form”. We will present our in memoriam and thanksgivings at our Easter services. Please send any questions to Keith Earle at

Here Comes Peter Cottontail!

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And he’s hoppin’ down the bunny trail, making his way to St. George on Easter Sunday!

We invite all children 5th grade and under to bring their Easter basket and come participate in our Easter Egg Hunt at 9:00 AM! We will gather outside in the courtyard and head out to the playground/field together for the hunt. Following the Easter Egg Hunt, the children will help Flower the Cross for our Easter Sunday service!

Lenten Bible Study: The Gospel of Mark

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Need a Lenten discipline? Read on!
Rev. Susan Burnham and Fr. Ram Lopez will be offering a Bible Study on the Gospel of Mark beginning Sunday, February 21 at 11:15 am. We will conclude at noon.
This Bible Study will be a “hybrid” study. If you are comfortable with attending in person you are welcome to join us. All our Covid protocols will be in place during the study. We will meet in the church this Sunday.
For those who would like to participate via Zoom, the login information is below.
Regardless of how you participate, the St. George Clergy will be happy to have you participate.
Journey through Lent with your St. George Family as we all journey together through Mark’s Gospel.
St. George Episcopal Church is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting by clicking here.
Topic: Gospel of Mark Bible Study
Time: Feb 21, 2021, 11:00 AM Central Time (US and Canada)
        Every week on Sun, until Mar 21, 2021, 5 occurrence(s)
        Mar 14, 2021 11:00 AM
        Mar 21, 2021 11:00 AM

Journey through Lent with Lenten Micro Practices

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As we prepare for the resurrection of Jesus during this Lenten season, mark this time as different through your actions using these Lenten Micro Practices. In this booklet, you will find a new practice to guide you each day on your journey. The Lenten practices rotate between the 3 pillars of Lent: praying, fasting, and almsgiving. Some practices can be done on the spot, some throughout the day, and others will take some time and/or preparation. At the end of the 40 days of Lent, you will have made room in your heart and in your lives for Christ’s resurrection. There are 2 forms of the Lenten Micro Practices: one for families with children, and another for individuals/families without younger children. You may download and print your booklets at home by clicking on the available links.

Pancake Supper Drive-Thru Event!

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Due to this wild winter weather, we have decided to move our drive-through Pancake Supper to this coming Sunday, February 21st. Please watch our page for an update on the plan for Sunday.

It may not be Shrove Tuesday…but we’re still celebrating with PANCAKES! So leave brunch to us & order your pancakes…TO-GO! Each pancake plate will include 3 pancakes, 2 sausage links, and a side of fresh fruit…all safely packed and ready for you to come by and pick up…without leaving your car! Or, if you will be attending the one-service at 10:00 am, in-person, you can grab your pancake plates on your way out!
So order for yourself, or the whole family! Click here to order your pancake dinners! If you’re driving thru…orders can be picked up between 11:45-12:45 PM on Sunday, February 21, under the Porte cochere at the East Castle Lane entrance. We hope you’ll join us at the Drive-Thru!
**All previous orders that were received for Shrove Tuesday have been deleted! So, if you filled out a pancake order form for Shrove Tuesday, you MUST fill out another pancake order for this Sunday**
Donation contributions will benefit the St. George Camp Scholarship Fund!

“In the Meantime”

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Please join us on Thursday, January 14th, at 11:30 AM for the second in our monthly series entitled, “In the Meantime.” Andy Nodine will give a talk on how technology is…or is not…helping us get through this period when we are in between what was and what is to come on so many levels. Andy will talk about what it means to be community in this difficult, uncertain time and how we are using technologies such as Facebook and Zoom to enable our community to continue. He will talk about what is working and what is not, what we are learning, and what we might take with us into the new normal, whatever and whenever it turns out to be. And, of course, there will be a time for open discussion. We look forward to seeing you, even if it’s on screen.
In an interview with Judy Woodruff in the PBS Newshour on New Year’s Day, our Presiding Bishop Curry addressed the imperative of maintaining a community in this time when we must be physically isolated, and the value of technology in doing so. In his uniquely joyful style, he said, “If you’re high tech, Zoom; if you’re low tech, text; if you’re no tech, call! Send a note! STAY IN TOUCH!!” Here’s the link to the interview:
Click here to join the Zoom Meeting.