Unto us a Child is Born!
  • Christmas Eve    4pm, 6pm,​ 11pm
  • Christmas Day    10am
  • Sunday Dec. 27    9:30am
Come and Worship!

Sunday Worship 8am & 10:30am

Come and Grow!

Sunday Formation

  • 9:15am  Chapel
  • 9:30am Sunday School & Adult Forum
Come and See!

Worship the Lord in the beauty of holiness

Come and Be!

All are always welcome

We are the Church, the Family of God growing here in beautiful Valley Lee. We hope you'll join us!


The fact that you're here is an indication that you are (or would like to be) in relationship with St. George's. And, I suspect, what you really want is to be in relationship with God - to know Him through the freeing love of his Son, Jesus Christ. That's really no different from the Church itself.

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Worship is central to our life at St. George's, and we take seriously what our sign says: "The Episcopal Church Welcomes You." We believe that worship is fellowship - fellowship with God, and fellowship with one another.

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Connect with the life of this Christian community via newsletter, calendar, and upcoming events.

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St. George's is a place of renewal because so many people -- wealthy and not-so-much, married and single, those with small kids and others with grandchildren faraway -- give generously of their prayers, time, and financial resources.  Our mission is to give, not receive, and that's why we give thanks for those who support our work with their generosity.  Become a part of this movement, too; click to learn more about discipleship and giving!

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Parish Life

ANNUAL (MEETING) GATHERING - Sunday, Dec. 6, 3pm

St. George's annual meeting is now a more celebratory, more discipleship-focused Annual Gathering!  All are welcome to take your part in the councils of the church on Sunday afternoon, Dec. 6 starting at 3 o'clock PM.  A keynote speech by Canon Joey Rick follows some light refreshments, and dinner will be provided.  The customary parts of the annual meeting will still be covered: elections, budget, thank you's.  Plus, we'll spend time in bible study and prayer, at dinner and in song.  Childcare is provided, too, so that all may take part in this important gathering.

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THIRSTY THEOLOGY - Tuesday, Dec. 8, 5:30pm at Front Porch, Leonardtown

Thirsty Theology is a chance to talk about God, faith and life in a public setting.  Covering everything from ethical issues to world religions, from spiritual questions to back-to-basics Christian theology, Thirsty Theology is a safe space to engage holy and respectful conversations ... in public!  Meeting twice-a-month on Tuesday evenings upstairs at Leonardtown's Front Porch or Solomons Kingfishers, all are welcome.  Come around 5:30pm -- or whenever you get there -- and the conversation of the night starts around 6 o'clock.  We promise to wrap up no later than 7pm.  Bring a friend; all are welcome all the time.

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SUNDAY BREAKFAST - Sunday, Dec. 20 from 8:45 to 10:15am

Come for church and stay for breakfast, or come for breakfast and stay for church!  From 8:45 till 10:15am, St. George's invites you to a special community breakfast once a month, often on the third Sunday.  A donation of $8 for adults, $5/kids is welcome and it helps us offset our expenses.  Click to read more about the menus for upcoming months, and see you at breakfast!

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(RE)MAKING HISTORY DISCERNMENT, and a Message from Fr. Greg Syler

We believe that God has an amazing future for his church.  In fact, we Christians at St. George's know the truth found in Jeremiah 29:11: "For I know the plans I have for you, says the Lord, plans for your welfare and not for harm, to give you a future with a hope."  On Wednesday evening, Nov. 11, St. George's vestry approved unanimously to receive the recommendation of the Discernment Council to adopt a yoked model with Church of the Ascension.  The vestry will appoint a subcommittee (of the vestry, membership to be determined) to work together with a subcommittee from Ascension's vestry to create a Covenant agreement.  Click on the attachment for Fr. Greg's full letter to the congregation.  Remember, of course, that this is the beginning of this conversation and process, and we look forward to your joining God's amazing plans!

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