April 25, 2020
Christ is Risen! Al-Masseeh Qam! Christos Anesti!
Your Parish Council rejoices with you in our Risen Lord. Although we were not physically together during the season of Holy Week and Pascha, we embrace you all the same. Having also just celebrated the feast day of our Patron Saint George, we are thinking of all of you and looking forward to the day we will worship together.
For the health of our community and your safety, we are limiting the number of individuals in the church at one time to 5 people (a combination of priests, chanters and servers). To read more ondirectives from our Metropolitan Joseph and our civil authorities on stay-at-home orders, please click the links below:
Our priests love you and want nothing more than to serve you. It breaks their hearts to keep the doors of the church closed. However, if they open the doors at this time, they are in breach of their obedience to the Metropolitan and to our state authorities.
We share your natural desire to attend church services in person and we appreciate the sacrifice that you are making out of love for one another.If you have any questions about services, church administration or the guidelines noted above, please feel free to contact the church office by phone or Email.
Be rest assured of our continued prayers for you and your families as well as our dedication in the administration of St. George through virtual meetings.
May the Light of the Resurrection fill our hearts, and may the intercessions of St George strengthen our parish along this road.
Your servant in Christ,
Dave Davis, President of the Parish Council of St. George
These are difficult times for many, and this is true for our church as well. Many people have requested text and online giving options to help our church stay afloat:
Thank you for your support!
A burning candle is:
An adoration of God’s incarnate image, a lingering fervent supplication, a good sacrificial act and a revelation of the heart’s desire. “God both honors the work and praises the intention.” ~ St. John Chrysostom