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Pastor Judy

The Reverend Canon Judy Herron-Graham currently serves as the Incumbent and Senior Pastor of St George's Church along with her husband, the Reverend Andrew Graham.
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Welcome to Saint George's 

At Saint George's we believe

  • God created differences for us to celebrate
  • God's love for all the world means exactly that, it includes people of all faiths and people of no faith
  • We have no monopoly on heaven, we are just happy to be included
  • You do not have to suspend your intellect when you come through our doors
  • If you are 'perfect', this may not be your kind of church
  • Sundays:
    • 8.15am Holy Communion BCP
    • 10.00am Choral Eucharist
In-person services are currently suspended due to COVID-19 restrictions.
We hope to return to in-person services when possible. Please call the parish office at 905-723-7875 for more information about the status of services.
The Standard
Read our Weekly Newsletter
Durham Region in Faith service
Rev. Ian Martin and Rev. Judy Herron-Graham have created the Durham Region in Faith services. Click on the link(s) below and join us each week for a special way to worship amidst the Church closures.
For past services please visit the Durham Region in Faith Past Services page.
Carmine Lappano presents online organ music
Carmine Lappano, Organist and Choir Director, plays inspirational music on St. George's Casavant organ.
For past music please visit the Online Organ Music Archive page.
Important Information About the Sale of the Cowan House Property
This week in Cowan House sale news: we were sad to learn this week that our prospective buyer for the Cowan House property has withdrawn his
But we are not back to square one. We still have the permission to sever the property, a step that took over 6 weeks to achieve.
The property is about to go back on the market, or already is. We persevere.
NEW The Status of In-person Worship
We continue to wait for permission from the Bishop as to whether or when we can re-open for in-person worship. There is no word yet.
Last summer, the Church erred on the side of caution and may do so again. Loving our neighbour by NOT coming to church seems counter-intuitive, I know. It is the paradox of pandemic.
Until we can safely meet in and worship in person again, we love our neighbours by keeping a safe distance away from them.
As soon as we know when we can safely worship in person again, we will proclaim it from the housetops and let you know.
In the meantime, stay safe, stay home.
For more information concerning the Covid-19 situation, visit the news page
NEW Upcoming Events...
Lenten Book Study Tuesday evenings at 7.00 pm
For more information see our events page