Making Connections through Fellowship
Young Adult Happy Hour
Are you wanting to meet and build relationships with other young adults at St. George's? Join us each week for a casual check-in with one another and lively conversation. For more information, find the Young Adults Community on The City or contact the Rev. Sam Adams.
Daughters of the King
The Daughters of the King is an Order for women who are communicants of the Episcopal Church, or churches in communion with it, or churches who are in the Historic Episcopate. Members undertake a Rule of Life, incorporating the Rule of Prayer and the Rule of Service. By reaffirmation of the promises made at Confirmation, a Daughter pledges herself to a life-long program of prayer, service and evangelism, dedicated to the spread of Christ's Kingdom and the strengthening of the spiritual life of her parish. Open to all women of St. George's who want to deepen their commitment to Christ as they balance their prayer and spiritual life with action in the church community. For more information, contact Mary Tygret at (615) 646-1816.
A casual book club for people who love to read! Our group meets the second Tuesday of the month at 7:00pm in the Bride/Family Room. For more information, contact Paula Snyder (356-5376) or Lynn Terry (383-6055).
Aelfric’s Readers, St. George’s Book Club, began in 1989 and chose its name from Aelfric the Grammarian who lived in the first half of the 11th century and was Bishop of Cerne in Dorset and later of Enysham in Oxfordshire. Aelfric’s manuscript can be viewed in the British Museum. Written in Anglo-Saxon, it originally contained the Pentateuch as well as the books of Joshua and Judges and was, thereafter, a Heptateuch. It is the earliest form, apart from the poems of Caedmon, of the Old Testament narrative turned into English.
2016-17 Book Selections
September | The Summer Before the War by Helen Simonson
October | A Man Called Ove by Fredrik Backman
November | Dimestore by Lee Smith
December | Be Frank With Me by Julia Claiborne Johnson
January | As Close to Us As Breathing by Elizabeth Poliner
February | The Wright Brothers by David McCullough
March | The Good Soldier by Ford Maddox Ford
April | Mademoiselle Chanel: A Novel by CW Gortner
May | The Little Paris Bookshop by Nina George
Prime Time Speaker's Series
Mark your calendars! Invite your friends! Join us on the 3rd Thursday each month for a delicious hot lunch followed by a special guest speaker. Topics in the past have included local history, art, music, health and wellness, and presentations from influential men and women in Nashville. All luncheons are at 11:30am, and the programs begin at noon. Lunch is $10 (payable at the door), but you are always welcome to come for free to hear the program at noon. For lunch, RSVP by Monday before each event to 385-2150 x 262 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Prime Time group also takes a number of field trips trips throughout the year to learn more about one of the monthly presentations. We've been to Frist Center for the Visual Arts, Cheekwood Art & Gardens, and many nearby historal sites.