Come and Worship!
Sundays 8am & 10:30am
Come and Grow!
Sunday School for all ages every Sunday - 9:15am Chapel & 9:30am Classes!
Come and See!
Worship the Lord in the beauty of holiness
Come and Be!
All are always welcome
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.Read more »
St. George's is a place of renewal because so many people -- wealthy and not-so-much, married and single, those with small kids and others with grandchildren faraway -- give generously of their prayers, time, and financial resources. Our mission is to give, not receive, and that's why we give thanks for those who support our work with their generosity. Become a part of this movement, too; click to learn more about discipleship and giving!Read more »
St. George's is blessed with a great group of children, youth and families -- and we're looking forward to another great year of formation! Every Sunday, unless otherwise noted, Children's Chapel is at 9:15am in the parish hall, and Sunday School classes for Beginners (Pre-K to 1st Grade); Primary (2nd to 5th Grade); and Junior/Sr. High (6th Grade & up) start at 9:30am. An Adult Forum begins at 9:30am in the parish hall. Interested in enrolling your children, grandchildren? The registration form is attached, or talk with Fr. Greg or Mary K. Peterson, chair of our formation committee. Interested in teaching, or helping? Thanks.
The apostle Paul wrote to a group of Jesus-followers in the bustling port city of Ephesus long ago, exhorting them to grow up "into the full stature of Christ" and giving them some steps along the way to do just that. Not only do we still read Ephesians today, we know that God inspired Paul's words, for there's so much life -- today! -- in what he offers. This fall's Sunday morning adult forum is a focused bible study on Ephesians. All are welcome, and we start (most) every Sunday at 9:30am in the parish hall multipurpose room. (Only exception is we don't meet on the third-Sunday of the month, as that's the fellowship breakfast Sunday.)
Maine comes to Maryland with St. George's Lobster Dinner -- a night of fellowship and fun. Bring your your friends Sat, Oct. 1 to St. George's parish hall for dinner -- a 1.25 lb. lobster, baked potato with toppings, cole slaw, homemade roll, drinks, and a homemade dessert; $25. (An optional Cornish Game Hen dinner is $20.) There'll be two seatings - 5 and 6:30pm - and we're maxing out at 80 dinners. Reservation forms are available in church, the parish hall or, here, on the website. We'll accept reservations until the 80 slots are taken, or until Sept. 25. Questions? Want to help? Contact Pam Baake at (301)994-1706 or (240)577-3679. Thank you!
Come for church and stay for breakfast, or come for breakfast and stay for church! On Sunday, Sept. 18, from 8:45 till 10:15am, St. George's serves a fellowship breakfast -- a delicious addition to your worship life, and a nice opportunity to meet those folks who worship at "that other service"! All are welcome. A donation of $8 for adults, $5/kids is welcome to help offset expenses. October's menu (Oct. 16) includes pancakes and syrup, scrambled eggs, bacon and sausage, hash browns, cinnamon rolls, fresh fruit, juices, coffee and tea.
Effective as of July 15, 2016, St. George's revised cemetery policies and prices are in effect. Click above to read the revised policy. Now, a single cemetery plot costs $600 for members in good standing; $1,200 for non-members. Cornerstones cost $35 each, and each purchaser needs four -- so $140. Please note that cornerstones cost is over and above the cost of the lot(s). Columbarium niches for members are $900 for a single niche, $1,500 for a double. For non-members, the fee is $1,500 for a single columbarium niche; $2,500 for a double. For the full policy or more information, please be in direct contact with parish administrator, Gail Dobson, or cemetery manager, Dave Larson.
St. George's, Valley Lee has been invited to worship -- virtually, that is -- with St. George's Church in Waterlooville, Hampshire England. On Sunday, Oct. 2 at 6am (EST), click HERE on your computer to join St. George's, Waterlooville as they host the Church of England's 'Church Live.' The Archbishop of Canterbury kicked off a yearlong project called 'Church Live' -- on Twitter @ChurchLive -- and every Sunday, they broadcast a worship service at a Church of England parish. Not only is Sunday, Oct. 2 St. George's, Waterlooville's "Harvest Festival" worship, they also invited as many St. George's Churches around the world to participate, virtually, with them. You can see St. George's, Valley Lee -- and lots of other St. George's -- on their website homepage. Click here to Periscope TV to watch, anytime after 6am that morning, and come to St. George's, Valley Lee at 8am and/or 10:30am, too!
Waterlooville in Hampshire, the red dot, is just north of Portsmouth, and about 2 hours -- 69 miles -- southwest of London.