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Processing on Palm Sunday is just one of the many ways that children participate in worship at St. George’s. The annual Christmas pageant, children’s Good Friday and Easter Gospel readings, as well as serving and singing throughout the year, all provide opportunities for children to be actively engaged in worship.

September 18 2007 - The induction of our new priest, the Rev. Lyndon Hutchison-Hounsell, by the Bishop of Rupert's Land.

             

Archbishop Fred Hiltz - Primate of the Anglican Church of Canada (left), Bishop of Rupert's Land - Donald Philips (middle), Rev. Lyndon Hutchison-Hounsell (right)

 
 

Fellowship at the reception following the Induction service.

 
             
 

Organ and choral music play a very important part in the worship services at St. George's.

   

After-church lunches are frequent events - a great way for people to get to know each other better. It’s always a relaxed, friendly atmosphere and visitors are always welcome. St. George’s has some of the best cooks around, with food that’s guaranteed to be delicious!

             

These are the Wilton Street doors, viewed from the church hall. Over the years, thousands of people have walked through these doors, straight ahead to the church hall. It has been, and continues to be, host to a myriad of activities, from special events such as annual Christmas dinners and wedding receptions to community activities such as yoga and aerobics.
 

   

With a little less formality than in a usual service, the Children’s Sermons, scheduled regularly, are aimed to capture the attention of the young. And they do! Seated in the front pews, Sunday School children enjoy these interactive sermons, responding to questions with enthusiasm and often remarkable insight.

 
             
 

Rev. Ralph Baxter, Honourary Assistant, celebrating the Eucharist.

   

Archbishop Fred Hiltz - Primate of the Anglican Church of Canada

             

The Christmas Tree at the front of the church hall is an important reminder of the many celebrations held within the church. Christmas and Easter, weddings and baptisms, are just some of the wonderful celebrations that the parish family shares.

   

At the conclusion of every 10:30 am Sunday Service is Coffee Hour. This is a great way for parishioners to visit with one another and catch up on news. It’s also a great way to get to know one another, so newcomers are especially welcome.

 
             
  Exchange of the peace.
    Anniversary banquet at the Caboto Centre.
             

Anniversary banquet at the Caboto Centre.

   

Anniversary banquet at the Caboto Centre.