We will hold our annual calendar planning meeting on Saturday, August 13 from 11am - 12:30pm at the church. All heads of ministries and Parish Council members are strongly encouraged to attend. If a ministry / committee lead cannot attend, please send a representative in your place. Please contact Caitlin in the office with any questions.
The Fellowship of St. Moses the Black will be hosting its 28th Annual Conference in a virtual format on October 8-9, 2021. The full schedule for the conference is below:
Friday, September 8th
Saturday, September 9th
For more details and to register, visit
The Connect Conference is returning in-person this year in Dallas on October 8-10. Visit www.connectorthodox.org for more details and to register!
With the blessing of His Eminence Metropolitan JOSEPH & His Grace Bishop THOMAS, the Eastern Diocese Ministry Council is sponsoring a 5-week online workshop, led by Rita Madden, titled "Food, Faith and Fasting: A Sacred Journey To Better Health." Each workshop will include live instructional sessions followed by an opportunity for Q&A with Rita. Session topics are:
As a way to invest in the physical and spiritual health of the faithful as we head into this new year of 2021, these workshops are being offered free-of-charge to the attendees through the generosity of the Eastern Diocese Ministry Council. However, you must register in order to receive the Zoom information! To register and receive links for an individual session or the entire series, please email email@example.com with the coupon code: DMCEast.
On October 14th members of St. George Orthodox Church joined with other local Orthodox communities to help children in Philadelphia get ready for the start of a new school year. With the generous help of Tom's Shoes Focus was able to provide several thousand shoes for students in Philadelphia. It was our joy to once again be part of this wonderful way for students to start the school year with hopefully a little bounce in their step.
On the weekend of October 3-4 the St. George community welcomed Bp. THOMAS. On Saturday morning the Sunday school had breakfast with him and got to ask him questions about the vestments he wears, if he likes sports, and why he became a bishop. In the evening His Grace presided at Vespers and then joined the Parish Council for a wonderful dinner. On Sunday morning His Grace served the Hierarchical Divine Liturgy and preached on the need for us to reach out to the community around us and to love everyone we encounter and invite friends and neighbors and even strangers to the beauty of the Church. After Liturgy our parish family gathered in the Hall for a wonderful lunch provided through our communities loving hospitality.
One of the ways that Orthodox Christians remember those who have reposed is to make Kolyva. On August 29th after celebrating the Liturgy for the Beheading of St John the Forerunner some of our parish family gathered with Fr.Joel and Anastasia to discuss the history of Kolyva and to learn to make it. It was a delicious time for everyone.