Truckin’ Tomato Is Coming to St. George!

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St. George Church has invited the Truckin’ Tomato mobile farmer’s market to visit campus on Wednesday, February 17th from 2:00-7:00 PM.  This mobile farmer’s market is an innovation in the farmer’s market experience that will take the shopping experience directly to the places people are densely congregated.  As you walk up to the trailer you will see large shelves full of fresh local produce,  baskets containing fruits and dry goods, and display shelves full of jams, coffee beans, honey, salsa, mixes and more.
Feel free to stop by the truck before or after carpool, on your way to the parking lot from a sports’ practice, or before you head in to choir or 4H.  We’ve invited them to our campus to take a little crazy out of your week and to let you shop for healthy food right here! This isn’t a fundraiser, just a way for us to say thank you to you! You may pre-order using the Truckin’ Tomato website or just walk up and shop.

Thank You from Larkspur Elementary and Magdalena House

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Two of the many groups that St. George serves thanked us for recent donations to their organizations.  Thank you all for helping us to help others.

Diana Pelaez, Family Specialist at Larkspur Elementary  thanked us for our donation, which was made possible by the generosity of the Kahlig Auto Group.  With this donation, Larkspur was able to buy school uniforms for families who can’t afford to buy uniforms for their children.

St. George also donated to Magdalena House, a transitional home in San Antonio that serves mothers and children who have fled dangerous and abusive lives by providing transformation through education, nurturing community, and programming.

To learn more about Larkspur Elementary, Magdalena House and other ways to serve, click here.



Marilynne Herbster and Pat Whitehouse – Leaders of Prayer Team Training Session

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On Saturday, January 30, 2016, Marilynne Herbster and Pat Whitehouse were invited by The Rev. Brian Cannaday to lead a training session on Prayer Team Ministry at St. Helena’s Episcopal Church in Boerne, Texas.  Present were fourteen parishioners along with Brian. The morning was spent sharing about intercessory prayer and how prayer teams worked together during Sunday morning services.  In addition to time spent teaching about prayer team ministry, Marilynne and Pat each selected a “prayer partner” from the gathering and then let the trainees experience being prayed for.  All in all, a wonderful morning of teaching, fellowship, and praying was experienced by all.  Thanks to Brian for the opportunity to share our prayer team ministry here at St. George!

St. George School – Beta Club Service at The Ronald McDonald House

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On Saturday, January 16th, twenty-seven St. George School Beta Club members participated in service projects at the two local Ronald McDonald Houses. The Ronald McDonald House crews split into two groups which met at the local houses to donate three hours of our time. Helping at the downtown location were Zac Addkison, Kevin Black, Katherine Book, Jillian Burns, Tim Clary, Cecilia Garcia, Gabriela Garcia, Cardo Gutierrez, Kristen Lannom, Parker Lannom, Kyle Meister, Nico Pacheco, Ty Short, and Erin Stewart. The Medical Center location participants include Jalen Appleby, Ian Bick, Lauren Bick, Bella Church, Ethan Church, Diego Gonzales, Sara Homma, Pierce Kasson, Gabriela Notzon, Nico Pacheco (Yes, he worked both shifts at both locations!), Gia Pisano, Trey Plante, Kelsey Selva, and Jacob Stidham. Each group prepared a meal of homemade chicken noodle soup, salad, bread, and brownies for 40 people and also performed some light house cleaning. We had a great time being chefs in the Ronald McDonald House kitchens as well as putting our cleaning skills to good use. Club sponsors who led the project were Keith Earle and Rebecca Voyles. The Beta Club would like to especially thank Linda Addkison, Mireya Appleby, Nicky Gonzales, Kristene Stewart, and Maria Zamora for being the supervising parents during these special service activities. The St. George Beta Club is proud of our continued service to our community.

Youth Group Bowling Fun!

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The St. George Youth Group took a break from on-campus Youth Group and headed over to University Bowl this past Sunday for some good ol’ fashioned bowling fun. The kiddos enjoyed a couple games of bowling and some pizza, burgers, and fries. Lauren Devlin was our champion bowler so be sure to congratulate her for her win on Sunday. Next week the Youth Group will re-convene on campus @ 9:30 am! Also, quick reminder, please be sure to sign up for one OR both Youth Retreats (click here for information).  If you want or need more information please contact Daniel for more information @

Eagle Scout Project Beautifies St. George

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Xander Dietrich chose St. George for the site of his Eagle Scout Project.  He is creating a walkway from the Castle Lane lot to the Leadership Center for our after-hours groups to use.  His project also brings young people from the Scouts and the 4-H group that meets monthly at St. George together.    We thank Xander for thinking of us and his many helpers for their hard work on this project.

We Welcome the Newly Baptized!

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