Welcome to St. George's Episcopal Church!
Please look around our website. We hope you will visit us in person at one of our four Sunday services, and also at one or more of our many weekday events. There is something rich and live-giving for you and your family in nearly everything we do here.
RECORDED SERMONS CAN BE FOUND UNDER THE "WORSHIP" TAB.
LOOK FOR THE DROPDOWN UNDER "WORSHIP" AND CLICK ON "LISTEN T0 SERMONS".
Look for our full schedule of events for the coming months by clicking on "community"
and then Clicking on "What's happening now"
Vacation Bible School - June 27th to July 1st, 9 a.m. - noon
3 yr olds to rising 5th graders
More info located on the Community tab, click "What's Happening Now"
Register at: https://www.groupvbspro.com/vbs/ez/CaveQuestStGeorge
We want you to find us! We are located at:
9110 Dorchester Rd., between Coosaw Creek and Wescott Subdivisions,
across from King's Grant, in Summerville, South Carolina
Regular Sunday Schedule
Sundays: 7:45am-Holy Eucharist, Rite I, no music
9:00am-Holy Eucharist, Rite II, with contemporary music
10:15am-Children's Family Service
10:45am-Family Lessons and Projects (Sunday School)
11:15am-Holy Eucharist, Rite II, with traditional music
Tuesdays: 12:10pm-Midday Healing Service
Fourth Wednesday of the Month: 7pm-Taize' Service
Whether it's the fun and lively Children's Family Service at 10:15 or the quiet Traditional Service at 7:45, or the Contemporary Service at 9:00 or the Traditional Sung Service at 11:15, you will be welcomed and cared for by friendly, loving, and respectful people who are here for you. One of the ways we can tell that we are doing something right is that once people visit, they want to stay. Another sign that we are experiencing God's love in this place is that many of our people freely move about among the services with little degree of "ownership." For a church of our size (upwards of 300 people on a Sunday) we maintain a unique level of warmth and intimacy. We want to share that with you, as well.
Thanks for stopping by!
Fr. Chris Huff, Priest-in-Charge