Holy Week and Easter Services
Ash Wednesday: Wednesday February 14, 10am and 7:30pm (Imposition of Ashes)
Stations of the Cross: Tuesday March 26, 7:30pm
Maundy Thursday: Thursday March 28, 7:30pm
Good Friday: Friday March 29, 12 noon
Easter Vigil: Saturday March 30, 7;30pm
Easter Sunday: Sunday March 31, 8:15am and 10am
Baptism is the sign of new life in Jesus Christ. In Christianity, baptism is the act that that admits a person as a member of the Church. People can be baptized at any age, from infant to adult. Parents bringing their children to be baptized make a commitment to nurture them in the faith and life of the Christian community.
At St. George’s, Baptism takes place during one of our Sunday worship services.
When making a major decision for your future, whether it be job related or returning to school, this sacrament is available to mark (confirm) the decision. Confirmation services are performed by the Bishop.
In a Christian celebration of marriage, a couple is joined together in the context of their relationship with Christ and the whole community. To be married in an Anglican church, one of you needs to be baptized. Our priest will be happy to talk about this with you.
LGBTQ2S+ couples and previously divorced individuals are welcome to be married at St. George’s.
Christians believe that the end of this earthly life marks the beginning of a new life in Christ. Anglican funerals try to balance our sorrow with a celebration of life, and faith in the hope of the resurrection.
We would be honoured to support you in this difficult time.