Everyone is welcome at St. George's: whether Christian or Christian-curious. We encourage you to drop by any Sunday and join us in worship. No need to RSVP! The Greeters at the door will give you a service program and answer any questions you may have about where to sit, what to expect, etc.

Here are the answers to a few commonly asked questions:

What do Anglicans believe?

Good question! Check out the Our Beliefs Page to learn about the history of Anglicanism and how we exercise those beliefs today through our worship and daily lives. 

What's the 8AM Service like?

This is a quiet, reflective service which uses the older English of the Book of Common Prayer (“thee” and “thou” for example). There are usually between 20 – 30 people in the congregation and the service lasts about 45 minutes. There is no music. After the service, coffee and tea are offered in the narthex.

What's the 10AM Service like?

This is a service filled with music! The language is modern and the age range varies from the very young to those in their 90s, with everyone in between. Between 90-120 people usually attend and the service lasts about an hour and a quarter. After the service, coffee, tea, and treats are offered in the Lower Hall.

What about my kids?

Children of any age are welcome at St. George's, and please relax--God put the wiggle in kids, so don't feel like you have to suppress it in God's house. Children are invited to participate in all aspects of the services, or, we are pleased to offer a staffed Nursery and a Sunday School Progam during the 10AM service. Visit the Children's Ministry page for more information. 

Where do I park?

There is ample stall parking in front of and beside the church. There is also an over-flow area behind the church on the grass. On a particularily busy Sunday, please also feel welcome to park on the street.

Is the building accessible?

Yes! There is a wheelchair ramp at the front of the building and button-controlled opening doors. There is a private, dedicated wheelchair washroom on the right in the entrance hall, and both the main washrooms have wheelchair stalls.

What do I wear?

We are a casual congregation where folks generally dress classy but comfortable. Jeans welcome. 

How can I get connected?

Please feel welcome to give us a call or drop us an email at any time. There are no dumb questions! We also have a weekly email newsletter called Setting Sail which is a great way to learn about the community and stay connected. To get on the email list, click here. Also, be sure to "Like" our Facebook Page