Ministries & Fellowship

abide-in-me1.jpgWorship: Sunday Services are as follows: Orthros (Matins) 9:00 A.M. and Divine Liturgy 10:00 A.M.

Coffee Hour: Following most Sunday Liturgy, coffee and light fare is served in our church hall, providing an opportunity for fellowship.

Membership: Membership is extended to baptized Orthodox Christians or those who have been received into the Church through the rite of Chrismation. Members are encouraged to practice their Orthodox faith and to participate in the Church’s programs, such as General Assembly, Parish Council, or other special committees. Members may call the office to schedule a Marriage, Baptism, Confession, Holy Unction, House Blessing, Funeral or to have the Priest make a hospital visit. All couples planning to marry at Saint George are required to come to pre-marital counseling.  The Priest will meet with the couple and discuss a number of  important aspects relating to married life. If you are interested in learning more about Orthodoxy or joining the Church, please call the Church office at (610) 459-0366.

Stewardship: Each member is asked to pledge an amount of money consistent with their income or ability. The pledge remains confidential. The Stewardship Chairperson will be happy to provide additional information.


Dance Group:   Dance for youth 5-16 instruction as a separate section.  Instruction is free and open to the whole community from 3:00 until 4:00 on Saturdays.   Dance Instructor:  Stasi Karos and Maria Kotopoulos.

Greek School:   Offers a comprehensive curriculum which challenges students  to learn the Greek Language and Heritage.  Youth from Pre-K to 10th Grade meet each Monday and Thursday from 5:00 p.m. until 7:00 and the Adult Classes held on Thursday Nights.  Classes begin in September and commence in May.   Please contact be email Elias Pandelidis or phone 610-999-4887 of the Academy of Aristotle at St George

Sunday School: Addresses the religious educational needs of our youth from ages 3 to 18.  Classes meet each Sunday during the school year and start at 10:00 a.m. until Holy Communion. Parents are urged to enroll their children in this important program.

JOY Club: Junior Orthodox Youth (JOY) Ages 7 to 12. JOY meets for fellowship, religious instruction, community service projects, arts and crafts and more. 

HOPE ClubHOPE is an organization at St. George that provides an opportunity for children ages 4-6 to meet, socialize and interact with one another. Our children will have fun through crafts, story time, games and special events while making new friends!

GOYA: Ages 13 to 18. The program includes religious guidance, social events, athletics and service projects. GOYAns also participate in retreats, seminars, sights and sounds, athletic and social evens sponsored by the Diocese.

Altar Boys: Young men, ages 8 to 18 are needed to take and active part in the Liturgy and assist Father in the Sanctuary.


Adult Religious Education: has been established to provide detailed information about our Orthodox Faith to anyone who is interested, both parish members or non-members, Orthodox or non-Orthodox.   Please contact Father Anastasios for more information .

Philoptochos: whose name means “friend of the poor,” is a philanthropic sisterhood. The benevolent works of Philoptochos are a continuation of Christ’s earthly ministry. They not only help those who are financially poor, but also those who are in poor spirit, health, and companionship. The Greek Orthodox Ladies Philoptochos Society is the largest philanthropic organization in the United States. The Philoptochos is the duly accredited women’s philanthropic arm of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America.

 Chion Society: Agia Markella of Chester/Media, was established with the goal of assisting Saint George Church with  financial and material goods. In addition, the society has provided philanthropic assistance to number of individuals of Chion/Greek decent in our community and in other communities throughout this country as well as in Greece.

 AHEPA: Stands for American Hellenic Progressive Association. AHEPA is an international men’s fraternal organization. Membership is open to everyone beginning at age 18. The mission of AHEPA is to promote Hellenism, Education, Philanthropy, Civic Responsibility and Family and Individual Excellence. Please visit their website at .

 Daughters of Penelope: is the women’s group of the AHEPA family. They are leaders in philanthropic, educational, and cultural activities. Their mission is to promote the social, ethical, and intellectual interest of its members; to perpetuate the ideals and to encourage Hellenic study ; and to preserve the ideals and traditions of Hellenism.