Praise the Lord! How good it is to sing praises to our God! For he is gracious, and a song of praise is fitting. (Psalm 147:1)

St. George’s is committed to:

  • Achieving a high level of reverence, energy, quality and meaning in worship,
  • Maintaining treasured and familiar parish traditions and
  • Discovering new possibilities within them

Weekly Worship

We use various official liturgies of the Anglican Church of Canada. Each Sunday morning there is a service of worship at 10:30.  This 10:30 service alternates between the two liturgical rites found in the Book of Alternative Services (p.185 and p.230), along with Morning Prayer from the Book of Common Prayer. Worship at St. George’s is supported by choral and organ music in the English Cathedral style.  Choral Evensong is sung 4 or 5 times each year at 4PM.

On Wednesdays at 12 noon there is a simple Eucharist celebrated in the chapel.

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Special Services

Certain services throughout the year have unique and spiritually rewarding features. Our most notable event is the Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols held on a Sunday evening before Christmas. Also, at Christmas the children of the Sunday School present a Nativity Pageant. Other special services unclude the penitential service on Ash Wednesday, the washing of feet on Maundy Thursday, multi-generational Good Friday liturgies, Ascension Day Liturgy, Choral Evensong about four times per year – to name just a few.

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Music is a large part of our worship at St. George’s. Click here to learn more about our music.