Sacraments are outward and physical signs of God’s grace in our lives. Baptism and Holy Communion, and other sacramental rites such as marriage bring us closer to God and each other.
All baptized Christians of all ages, from any denomination, or from no denomination are welcome to receive Holy Communion at St. George’s. St. George’s welcomes all regardless of race, age, socioeconomic status, sexual orientation, gender identity, or marital status.
For those seeking marriage at St. George’s, please contact the Rector here.
For those seeking to have their child baptized, or those seeking baptism themselves, please contact the Rector here.
While baptized children of all ages may receive Holy Communion at St. George’s, some parents may opt to have their children wait until they’ve received formal instruction. Every year at. St. George’s, we gather children in second grade for a six-week period of instruction on Holy Communion. This culminates in a service of Solemn Communion during the Easter Season. Register your child here.