Video clips from Choral Holy Communion, Trinity I, June 18, 2017

Job Posting: Summer Guide & Archives Assistant

May 17, 2016 at 3:33 pm

Saint George’s is seeking a summer intern to engage in historical and archival research relating to the parish and church buildings to serve as the interpretive guide. The intern will also provide assistance to the Archivist. This individual is mature, self-motivated, and able to work effectively with minimal supervision. They have excellent oral and written communication skills in English. Bilingualism (French or German) is considered an asset.

He/she will research and liaise with area hotels and tour companies to promote St. George’s to a wider audience, develop website content, help with various archival projects supervised by the Parish Archivist, Taunya Dawson, and assist the with administrative tasks, including the organization of the parish soup kitchen. The student will be chiefly supervised and mentored on-site by the Office Administrator, Elisabeth Stones.

To apply, one must be 15-30 years of age and registered as a full-time student in both the academic years preceding and following the internship.

Successful Applicants will possess the following skills:
Excellent interpersonal and research skills
Ability to multi-task and work independently
A thorough knowledge of Microsoft Word and Excel or comparable open source software
Skills in print layout & design

Experience in historical or archival research, publicity, tourism, WordPress CMS, the Anglican Church, and/or office administration would be an asset.

Compensation: 30hrs/week for 10 weeks, $13/hour.

Interested applicants should send a resume and cover letter to the parish office ( by 3pm on Tuesday, May 31st. The successful applicant would begin in mid-June, and the term would last until the end of August.

Advent Lessons & Carols, Dec 6 2015

May 5, 2016 at 1:23 pm

Palm Sunday 2016 Photos

April 6, 2016 at 2:26 pm
1. Blessing of the palms

All photos © Ian Urquhart. Many thanks to Ian for taking these during the procession!

Holy Week & Easter Worship Schedule

March 16, 2016 at 3:16 pm

Please make this a week of special devotion in home and at Church.


Sunday, March 20th – Palm Sunday

8:00 am Said Holy Communion

9:30 am Blessing of the Palms & Community Procession

10:30 am Choral Holy Communion

5:00 pm Evensong

This morning we celebrate the triumphal entry of Our Lord into Jerusalem. The crowds lay their cloaks and palm branches in his way. We are invited to lay our lives in the “Way” of Christ this holy week.


Monday, March 21st and Tuesday, March 22nd – Holy Monday & Holy Tuesday

6:45 pm Evening Prayer

7:00 pm Choral Holy Communion with guest preacher Colin Nicolle

Following the 7pm Holy Communion service on Monday, a small choir will perform Thomas Tallis’ five-voice setting of the Lamentations of Jeremiah. This music will be offered as a meditation for Holy Week, an opportunity to pray through the magnificent music of Tallis and the extraordinary text of the Lamentations.


Wednesday, March 23rd – Holy Wednesday

10:00 am Said Holy Communion

5:30 pm Evening Prayer

7:00 pm Tenebrae, including the famous Miserere, by Allegri


Thursday, March 24th – Maundy Thursday

6:45 pm Evening Prayer

7:00 pm Choral Holy Communion with foot-washing & Stripping of the Altar

9:00 pm – 7:30 am All-Night Vigil

Tonight we remember many things, from the Lord’s institution of the Holy Eucharist, to his washing of the disciples’ feet, to his betrayal by Judas. This evening’s service leads us from the joy of Christ’s meal with his friends, to the darkness of Gethsemane. Members of the congregation are encouraged to remain in the body of the church and pray in silence before they leave and to come for some portion of the all-night vigil at the altar of repose. We recollect our Lord’s agony in the Garden of Gethsemane with his disciples tonight. 

The wheelchair entrance remains open throughout the night.


Friday, March 25th – Good Friday

7:30 am Morning Prayer & Mass of the Pre-Sanctified (there will be no consecration today)

At this service we meditate on the death of our Lord and are invited to receive the Body and Blood of Christ consecrated at the Maundy Thursday Eucharist.

10:00 am Stations of the Cross & Decoration of the Easter Garden

12:00 pm Three Hour Service of Music & Meditations, with guest preacher the Rev’d Gary Thorne


Saturday, March 26th – Holy Saturday

10:00 am Shortened Morning Prayer & Ante-Communion

Following the service, we gather as a parish to clean, wash, scrub and polish, to make ready for our Easter celebration. Come and lend a hand! Children can help too!

10:30 pm Easter Vigil & First Mass of Easter

This evening we celebrate Christ’s rising from the tomb in the ancient liturgy of the Easter Vigil and First Eucharist of Easter.


Sunday, March 27th – Easter Day

8:00 am Said Holy Communion

10:30 am Choral Holy Communion