Remember, visitors to our Sunday services are always welcome. Come, experience our worship and give us the opportunity to welcome you to our parish home. And if you would like to explore parish life further, the following steps will help you learn more and engage our ministries and programs.
Worship is central to our Faith—and is probably one of the best ways to get familiar with the central ideas, essence and outlook of Orthodox Christianity. Coming to Church often will build your relationship with Jesus Christ and your understanding of His Church.
Fr. Anastasios our priest, so he may personally welcome you to St. George and help familiarize you with the parish. Simply contact Kathy Mudrick to make an appointment: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Take a look at our the monthly and Weekly Bulletin and learn more about our parish. See something you want to know more about or possibly participate in? Let us know! Your presence, commitment, energy and talents are the life-blood of our community. Contact Mrs. Kathy Mudrick in the Church Office and she will connect you with the relevant ministry or program leader: email@example.com.
A terrific way to meet our parishioners and explore your interests is to volunteer at St. George. Opportunities abound from helping with our Sunday School, Geek Festival and youth groups, to supporting outreach and philanthropic efforts, to organizing community events such as dances, luncheons and fund-raisers. Parish Council President Drew Neyman will be happy to let you know about current opportunities: firstname.lastname@example.org.
After you get to know us and would like to make St. George your Church home, we will be delighted to help you with membership details, including our Stewardship Program. Contact Drew Neyman to begin the simple process or with any questions you might have: email@example.com. We look forward to your ongoing involvement at St. George!
Video of St. George Greek Festival October 2013
Video of St. George Greek Festival October 2012