Come and Worship!

Sundays   8am   Worship

                 9:30am   Children's Chapel

                 10:30am   Worship


                11am   Healing Prayers

                11:30am   Holy Communion

Come and See!

Worship the Lord in the beauty of holiness

Come and Grow!

All are always welcome

We are the Church, the Family of God growing here in beautiful Valley Lee. We hope you'll join us!

Welcome to the Church

The fact that you're here is an indication that you are (or would like to be) in relationship with St. George's. And, I suspect, what you really want is to be in relationship with God - to know Him through the freeing love of his Son, Jesus Christ. That's really no different from the Church itself.

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Worship is central to our life at St. George's, and we take seriously what our sign says: "The Episcopal Church Welcomes You." We believe that worship is fellowship - fellowship with God, and fellowship with one another.

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Connect with the life of this Christian community via newsletter, calendar, and upcoming events.

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Christian Formation

People of all ages have the opportunity to grow into a life with Christ at St. George's.

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Parish Life

THIRSTY THEOLOGY - Tues, March 17, a Holy Happy Hour

Thirsty Theology is kind of a holy happy hour, and a chance to meet new friends and have rich -- and enriching -- conversations over a beer or cocktail or glass of your choice.  On Tuesday, March 17, starting at 5:30pm (or whenever you get there!) at Leonardtown's The Front Porch, come for a drink and conversation and a nibble or two.  Even better, your first drink

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WE MAKE THE ROAD BY WALKING Bible Study -- (Most) Thursdays at Noon

Feed your spirit, as well, at lunchtime on (most) Thursdays, as the Episcopal Church in St.

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LENTEN FORMATION 2015 - Mystery, Grace & Revelation in Flannery O'Connor; Weds. March 4, 11 & 25

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St. George's 2015 Lenten formation is an introduction to Flannery O'Connor -- one of the 20th century's most lasting contributors to literature and, indeed, Christianity.  Always an engaging presence, Professor Ben Click from St. Mary's College will be our guide through these sometimes tough but altogether profound stories.  All are welcome.  Bring some food or drink to share, as well.  Potluck suppers begin at 6pm, and we'll wrap up no later than 8:30pm.

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