The November 2016 Wider Circle is now available! Catch all the latest news and happenings around St. George’s as well as important info about our stewardship campaign, LIVING GENEROUSLY, and upcoming events for All Saints and Advent!
Join St. George’s for a 5 minute collective praise and worship program event on November 5, 2016 at Noon. This 5 minute prayer service is guided so that the participant sings, recites scripture passages, prays, sings and concludes with praise. Click the link to access the program:
The genesis of the project comes from concern about the political climate our nation is currently in, the violence and turmoil we are experiencing. We know that it is imperative that we offer praise to our Lord and ask for healing of our land.
Prince George’s North, formerly known as Region 5, will begin the Annual Fall Regional Assembly for the Episcopal Diocese of Washington at 6:00 PM on November 3, 2016, at:
There will be refreshments, a message from the Bishop, a meeting for the parish wardens, and most importantly, elections. Currently, Vestry Member Diane Clark is the Lay Representative for our region as well as convener of the meeting. Anyone can attend these meetings and they are good way to meet and greet members of other parishes in our region. If you have questions concerning the meeting or are interested in running for Diocesan Council, Standing Committee, or any of the other open positions, more information is available on the Episcopal Diocese of Washington website:
You are cordially invited to
St. George’s Cemetery Annual Remembrance Service
Tuesday, November 1, 2016, at 7:00 p.m.
Each year on or near All Saints’ Day, we remember all of those who are buried in St. George’s Cemetery at a Service of Remembrance. For the congregation it is a time to reflect on the stewardship we have given of the mortal remains of the loved ones of so many families, and to offer our prayers for them to God. The service includes the reading of the names of those who are buried in our cemetery. This service is not a mournful one, but rather one that brings a quiet joy and renewed hope as we celebrate the lives of those who have died, and give thanks for the gifts they have left to us. We hope that you will join us on this holy occasion.