Second Fridays of Each Month: A purely socializing event for all adults of the parish to be held at parishioners’ homes, beginning at 6:30pm. Potluck, BYOB.
All adults of St. George's are invited to attend this fun gathering.
Read more below for current month's program and location
St.Georges offers a wealth of opportunies for fellowship and service through our adult ministries program.
See below for a program to suite your interests, with our broad selection you are sure to find a program to get involved with.
This single women’s group of St. George’s parishioners gathers together every third Friday. We usually meet at a restaurant or home for dinner, discussion, fellowship. We may also host other planned events.
All single women, widowed, divorced or never married are invited.
This new social club with a purpose was formed in an effort to bring together those in our church who fall "S"omewhere between the Baby Boomer and the X Generation - thus the name "S-Gen." Our goal is to work together as a group towards the mission of St. Georges: Gather, Discover, Serve. We gather every other month on Sunday evenings at individual homes (dates at the discretion of the hostess) to enjoy good food, good wine and socializing - all while building stronger friendships.
St. George's Men's Club
A fellowship ministry for men from St. George's and the community, for fun, fellowship and service. Monthly meetngs for dinner and camaraderie. They serve through providing assistance for the local church, it's membership and the broader community. Meets monthly on the Second Wednesday.
Daughters of the King
A national Episcopal organization for women of all ages and is a contemplative and service organization. The St. George's Chapter of the Daughters of the King meets monthly on the second Sunday for a meeting/study session in which members discuss a book or film study.
Friends of Music
The Friends of Music organization is dedicated to promoting the musical arts in the church and community by supporting outstanding performances at St. George’s Church.
Friends of Music programs are supported by donations from parishioners and visitors alike.
The Parish Book Club
A group who enjoys reading and talking about books we’ve read. We enjoy getting together for fun, food and fellowship, to discuss the month’s book selection and to share recommendations about other books we have read.
Book Club meets monthly on the second Tuesday at 7 pm (September-June) in the Church Library for social time and discussion of the reading selection for the month.
A ladies’ bridge group that meets monthly.
St. George’s Theatre Group
This group meets to attend and discuss plays at local theatres. Plays are fun or serious imaginative works of art about existential, human situations, whether comic or tragedy. They draw us into reflecting on what might be similar circumstances in our own lives. Our theatre outings will usually be arranged for an afternoon performance and with a group rate if possible.
Contact: Margaret Boaz 854-4394