Diocese of the Atlantic States
The Rt. Rev. Dr. John E. Upham, Jr., Rector
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Sunday, Dec. 8, Annual Parish Meeting: St. George's will hold its Annual Parish Meeting immediately after the 10:30 AM Service with a pot-luck luncheon afterwards.
Schedule of Services
Sunday 8:30 AM Morning Prayer (2nd through 5th Sundays), Holy Eucharist (1st Sunday)
Sunday 9:15 AM Church School (Resumes 9/8/2013) We will be studying The Bible, the epic miniseries that aired on The History Channel earlier this year.
Sunday 10:30 AM Holy Eucharist with Homily and Music (1928 BCP)
Sunday 5:00 PM Evensong
Wednesday 12:15 PM Said Holy Eucharist (1928 BCP)
Wednesday 5:00 PM Evening Prayer
Wednesday 5:30 PM Choir Practice (Resumed Aug. 28, first anthem will be Sunday, Sep't. 8)
Confessions by Appointment
The Sacrament of Healing by Appointment
See pictures from 2013 Annual Blessing of the Animals
See pictures from 2013 Parish Picnic
Click on "Parish Life" for pictures from Recent Events
Click here to see a Video our of our Consecration! (Feb. 13, 2011)
St. George's Anglican Church, a parish of the Anglican Province of Christ the King, is part of a body of episcopal churches which believe and reflect historic Christianity in the Anglican tradition and hold to the 1977 Affirmation of St. Louis.
Our Faith is that of the One, great Tradition of the ancient and undivided Church of the first millennium; embracing the seven Ecumenical Councils, the Apostles', Nicene, and Athanasian Creeds, the Apostolic Ministry of male Deacons, Priests, and Bishops, the seven Sacraments as the divinely appointed.
1210 Dixie Trail,
Raleigh, North Carolina, 27607 USA.
Parish Office telephone: 919-786-0640
St. George's is conveniently located in the heart of Raleigh, close to the intersection of Wade Avenue. Wade Avenue is easily accessible from the 440 Beltline, I-40, and Capital Boulevard. We are just minutes from NCSU (Hillsborough Street).
The Most Rev. James E. Provence, Archbishop APCK and Bishop Ordinary of the Diocese of the Atlantic States
The Rt. Rev. William C. Wiygul, Bishop Emeritus
The Most Rev. Robert Sherwood Morse, Archbishop Emeritus
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This website was last updated on Nov. 30, 2013
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