serve the community and world through Ministry.
Most often our Sunday worship service is Eucharist Rite II. Occasionally, we have Morning Prayer. During Advent and Lent there are services during the week.
There are many opportunities for the congregation to participate
in the worship service – acolytes, chalicists, offering
collectors, sacristans, sacrament bearers, intercessors, lay
ministers, lay readers and volunteer musicians. The spiritual
life of St. George’s is healthy and active.
St. George's participates in the Diocesan mission "A Home for Natasha." St. George's has raised $600 to aid the Diocesan campaign to build a $65,000 home for Natasha and her three children to replace their home that was destroyed by Katrina. In the Fall of 2006, three members of St. George's traveled with the diocesan group to Camp Coast Care to help with the re-building of Katrina-ravaged homes, businesses and churches. We raised more than $1,100 toward the "virtual truckload" of drywall for the rebuilding effort along the Gulf Coast.
St. George’s has been active in the World Global Mission
Commission. In March 2002, the members from the diocese of Bor
and Brasilia visited Indiana. One of their stops was St. George’s
on the hill. They and Bishop Cate had lunch with us and all
sang “Amazing Grace” in their own tongues. It was
an overwhelming experience.
In 2004, the ladies of the church made about 40 brightly colored
skirts and sent them to our sister churches in the Sudan.