St. George’s Seeking Music Leader

 

St. Georges Episcopal Church

“Shape a Circle Ever Wider And a People Ever Free”

St. George’s Episcopal Church in Glenn Dale, Maryland is searching for a Music Leader to oversee the musical aspects of the Sunday services to create meaningful, creative, and faithful worship.  This is a 10 hour per week position; the primary responsibilities are leading the congregation in music during worship, accompanying the service and hymns on the piano, and preparing and conducting the Sunday service singers and the anthem choir.  The complete job description can be found here: Music Leader . Interested individuals must submit a cover letter and resume,  electronically or by mail, postmarked on or before June 24, 2017.  St. George’s Episcopal Church is a member of the Episcopal Diocese of Washington.

May 2017 Wider Circle

St. Georges Episcopal Church

Shape a Circle Ever Wider, and a People Ever Free

The May edition of the Wider Circle is now available. May Wider Circle to read more about upcoming confirmations among young members of the St. George’s family. there is also information about the upcoming Washington, DC Pride Parade — an annual event for the St. George’s community — as well as letters from our Rector and Vestry.

April 2017 Wider Circle

St. Georges Episcopal Church

“Shape a Circle Ever Wider And a People Ever Free”

The latest edition of The Wider Circle is now available. April Wider Circle to read more about recent activities at St. George’s, including our Holy Week observances and a Lenten Reflection from one of our members. On the lighter side, read about this year’s EGGstravaganza and get dates for upcoming events including the annual BaySox Star Wars game. This month’s Wider Circle also includes an update on the Gaywood food program.

March 2017 Wider Circle

St. Georges Episcopal Church

“Shape a Circle Ever Wider And a People Ever Free”

The March 2017 edition of The Wider Circle is now available!  Click here to read up on the latest from St. George’s, including updates on Lenten programs and activities at St. George’s, as well as information about children’s programs and outreach activities to our community.

January 2017 Wider Circle

 

St. Georges Episcopal Church

“Shape a Circle Ever Wider And a People Ever Free”

The March 2017 edition of The Wider Circle is now available!  Click here to read up on the latest from St. George’s, including the church’s Lenten outreach activities and contemplative prayer programs during the Lenten season. Also, learn more about St. George’s children’s programs.

February 2017 Wider Circle

St. Georges Episcopal Church

Shape a circle ever wider and a people ever free

The February 2017 edition of The Wider Circle is now available! Click here
to read up on the latest from St. George’s, including an overview of the Mardi Gras celebration at St. George’s and information about upcoming Lenten programs and adult education programs at St. George’s.

Warm Clothing Drive

warm-clothing-driveThroughout the month of November we will be holding a warm clothing drive to help the Prince George’s County School System meet the needs of newly arrived immigrant and refugee children who do not have clothing appropriate for our winter weather. You can help by contributing coats and jackets, new or gently used and clean, as well as hats, scarves, and gloves. The students range in age from 5 to 20, so sizes youth small to adult large are all welcome. Donations should be placed in the bin in the narthex. In addition, the school system would welcome Target gift cards which they can use to purchase other items students might need such as boots, socks, and uniforms. Target cards will be available for purchase during coffee hour and may be given to Donna or Randy Haselton or Peggy Alexander. Thank you for helping us support these new Prince George’s County students!

Annual Fall Regional Assemblies for the Episcopal Diocese of Washington

Episcopal Diocese of Washington

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:

St. John’s, Zion Parish, 11040 Baltimore Avenue, Beltsville, MD

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:

https://www.edow.org/about/diocesan-governance/regional-assemblies/