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Upcoming Special Events

    For a full listing of upcoming services and events at St George’s, see our calendar.

    Holy Week at Saint George’s

    March 30, 2017 at 12:40 pm

    Please click here for a schedule of Holy Week activities and observances at Saint George’s in 2017

    Lent at Saint George’s

    February 19, 2017 at 7:00 am

    Quiet Day at the King’s College Chapel

    Dr. Susan Dodd will be conducting a Quiet Day at the King’s Chapel on March 4th, the first Saturday in Lent, the subject of which is “forgiveness, justice, and the scandal of liberation through suffering in Dostoyevsky’s Crime and Punishment.” The Quiet Day will begin at 9 a.m. and conclude at 1 p.m. The preferred edition to read (with the featured section being Part 5, Chapter 4) is Fyodor Dostoyevsky, Crime and Punishment, (New York: Penguin. Translation by Oliver Ready, 2014) and the preferred filmed edition is the BBC version.  Parishioners of St. George’s are cordially invited to attend.  More information, including the schedule for the day, will be made available closer to the time.


    Lenten Church Music Series

    Garth MacPhee will offer a three-week series on the Church Music of Lent on Tuesday evenings: March 14th, 21st, and 28th.  We will begin with 5:30 Evensong in the church, followed by soup and fellowship in the main (upper) hall at 6 and we will then return to the church for the lecture/discussion/music show & tell at approximately 7 pm. We hope this will be a series interesting to youth as well as to adults. The programme will be as follows:

    March 14th – Lenten Hymns

    March 21st – Music in the Liturgy – ‘Why we do what we do’

    March 28th – Psalm Singing in the Anglican Tradition

    Additional information will be circulated prior to each session.

    Anyone able to bring soup (seafood or vegetarian preferred) or bread/rolls on one or more of these three evenings, should contact Susan Harris


    Meditations at Sunday Evensong

    On the first four Sundays in Lent (March 5th, 12th, 19th and 26th), various parishioners will offer brief meditations at Evensong using as a resource “Images of Pilgrimage: Paradise and Wilderness in Christian Spirituality” by the Revd Dr. Robert Crouse, which can be found online at  Parishioners are encouraged to read along, regardless of whether or not they are able to attend these Evensongs.

    On Passion Sunday, April 2nd, the Revd Vivien Hannon will be our guest preacher at Choral Evensong marking the conclusion of this series and the beginning of Passiontide.


    Friday Noontime Eucharists

    Beginning on Friday, March 10th and continuing up to and including April 7th, an additional opportunity for people to attend a weekday Holy Communion during Lent will be celebrated by Fr Peter Harris.  Mid-day Prayers at noon will be followed by said Holy Communion at 12:15.