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Links to all of our Online Services can now be found
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This Week's Services
The Archbishop came to visit our little parish!
See the service by clicking the link below:
Visits Saint George Church
His Eminence Archbishop Elpidophoros of America came for a visitation on Sunday, September 20th. On very short notice, Father Constantine, members of the Parish Council, and their families came together to make a warm, inviting church and grounds for the Archbishop. Working within Covid-19 guidelines and taking safety precautions, the church community came and welcomed him to our little parish!
Our thanks to Cava restaurant for refusing payment for the luncheon attended by twelve: the Archbishop, his deacons and psalty, Father Constantine, members of the council, and a representative from the Philoptochos Society.
Archdiocese photographer, Demetrios Panagos, took many photographs of the visit. Click on the picture above to see them all.
PLEASE let the designated person light your votive and red 5 day glass candles for you! We would like only one person handling the lighting-candle for safety reasons. We encourage you to light a taper candle as directed in the Narthex of the church when you enter.
PLEASE follow the marked arrow directions when you attend in-person church services to maintain a clear flow. No one should be in the aisles during the service except the one person designated to light candles.
Saint George Church OPENED for a maximum of 50 people on Sunday, June 21st. For the time being, only the first 50 (by mandate, 25% capacity) will be allowed to enter. This 50 includes everyone - even the priest, cantor, and altar assistant.
Please put your mask on before entering.
All will enter and maintain a clear flow through the front main church doors. Congregating is not permitted. Upon entering you will sanitize your hands and give your name and best phone number. If we discover that someone at the service is sick, we will call everyone to let them know that they should self-quarantine for 14 days. This list will not be shared with anyone.
There will be taper candles to light at the front door. All other candles (red 5-day glass and votive) can be lit by a designated council member at the beginning of Orthros, the beginning of Divine Liturgy, and after the blessing of The Gifts only. We want to limit the amount of activity and traffic before, during, and after the service to maintain social distancing (6 feet) and clear flow. PLEASE FOLLOW THE DIRECTION OF THE ARROWS ON THE FLOOR.
Holy Communion will be available after the service only. The people in the first pew will go up first. Wait to go up after the pew in front of you is on their way out to go up. Individual sanitized metal spoons and disposable napkins will be used and antidoron will be in individual bags for those who wish to receive. Spoons are boiled every week for 10 minutes and napkins are burned. After Communion all will proceed directly out to their cars - congregating is not permitted. Please keep a clear flow as you exit. All will exit the side door to the back parking lot only.
No tray will be passed - a tray will be there as you leave the church to go out. Please be prepared to have your money ready as you go out;
No change can be made from the tray. Checks and cash are gladly accepted, in envelopes if notes are necessary. We hope to see you there!
The service will still be available to view on facebook and via link on the website for those who are not able to come. Thank you!
removed Liturgy books and other items from all pews;
removed cushions from all pews for sanitizing seating;
made direction arrows for clear flow to enter and exit the building;
made signs for clear safety guidelines (see a few below);
provided disinfectant and sanitizer;
made changes to the service to help with flow and social distancing.
You do not have to come right away.
For those who are not healthy enough to return and for those who are simply not ready, please know we will continue to provide live-streamed services. The links are now on the "Services" page of the website.
We are keeping the hall, kitchen, and offices CLOSED.
Only the church itself will be open for now. If you are planning to come for services, please be prepared to put on your mask, come directly to the church front doors, and then to return to your vehicles directly after the service.
Holy Communion will only be received at the end of the service.
This will take some getting used to, but at the end of the service, Father will have individual, sanitized, metal spoons and napkins for all those who wish to receive. All communicants will leave their seats front to back, in order, not all at once, to receive and then leave the church to return to their vehicles.
If everyone is mindful of others and of their own well being, we will be able to open and remain open safely. If these safety measures are not followed, we will have to close to prevent dangerous contamination. So...
for helping keep everyone safe.
UPCOMING SERVICES are ONLINE and IN CHURCH
View the links on the Services page.
Please let us know if you have any questions
or have any trouble with the links.
Welcome, and thank you for visiting St. George Church online! We hope that our website highlights the wide variety of worship, fellowship and service opportunities available. Please feel free to read more about our church on this site, or come in for a visit. We would love to greet you and share with you our love for Jesus Christ and for you, our neighbor.
Our Faith - Religion
We believe that the door to salvation is always open and so are the doors to our church. Our mission is to be fully devoted to Jesus by opening our arms to those in search of the truth. Though brief in nature, we have some answers to basic questions regarding our Orthodox Faith. We hope that it will be useful to all worshippers...
Our church offers a beautiful spacious venue for weddings and banquets of all varieties....
Services are held in the Church:
Sunday Morning Matins are at 9 AM and Divine Liturgy is at 10 AM.
Any additional services will be announced in our monthly & weekly bulletins and on our website.
Services are currently provided on Facebook LIVE, via link from this website, and in person at the church. We hope you will join us in worship!