Updated April 28
Below are a few happenings at St. George’s. To connect with other ministries or opportunities, please visit us on The City at stgeorgesnashville.onthecity.org. Questions? Call the church office at 615-385-2150.
Sunday, April 30, at 10:05am in the Library
Whether you are brand new or seasoned parishioner, the newcomer breakfast is open to all and is a great chance to meet some new members. Feel free to drop by before settling into your Sunday School. No RSVP needed.
Guest Speaker at The Rector's Forum
Sunday, April 30 10:05am in Johnson Hall
“The Last Supper” with Kem Hinton
Kem Hinton, of Tuck-Hinton Architects, will share the numerous myths, interpretations, misconceptions, and legacies that surround the beloved biblical depiction. All are invited.
St. George’s Honors the Belle Meade Police
Sunday, April 30 at the 8:45am service
A reception will follow in the Gathering Space.
Blair School of Music presents Youth String Orchestras
Sunday, April 30 at 3:00pm in the Nave
Directed by Celeste Halbrook Tuten, the three ensembles will perform a concert featuring various classical works.
Men’s Breakfast and Bible Study
Thursday, May 4 at 7:15am in Hampton Hall
All men are invited to join us for worship at 6:45am followed by breakfast and Bible study with the Rev. Richard Kew.
St. George’s Farmers Market Opening
Grand Opening Thursday, May 4
The market will be open every Thursday from 3:30 - 6:30 this season!
St. George’s Outreach Fair
Sunday, May 7 at 10:05am in Hampton Hall
Come see the many ways the mission of Christ is being lived out in our congregation and community, and have your imagination sparked for how you can be a part of receiving, living, and sharing the abundant life of Jesus Christ.
Prime Time Trip to Radnor Lake Aviary
Wednesday, May 10 at 10:00am
Visit the birds of prey and have a picnic lunch afterwards. Meet at the East Parking Lot off Franklin Pike at 10:00am. Cost is $10 for lunch. RSVP to 615-385-2150 x 262. Questions? Contact Brian Moore at 615-400-9526.
St. George’s Farmers Market — Volunteers Needed
There are several ways to volunteer. Visit the table in the Gathering Space on Sunday or contact Sally Carlson-Bancroft at 612-382-6392 or firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also find details in the Farmers Market group on The City.
Host Families for Nashville Fellows Needed
The next class will be here August 2017 through May 2018. Fellows are young Christian leaders right out of college. Contact the Rev. Clint Wilson by May 1 if you are interested at email@example.com or visit the Nashville Fellows website at thenashvillefellows.com for more information.
Our Little Roses
Return your shoebox on May 7. Questions? Contact Patsy Curry at 615-347-2630.
Summer Mission Trip, June 18-25
Adult Sign-Up Form
Youth Sign-Up Information
Ecumenical Evensong for Fostering Unity
Sunday, June 4 at 5:00pm
Join the Roman Catholic Diocese of Nashville and the Episcopal Diocese of Tennessee as we engage in Common Prayer + Common Mission in a joint Evensong/Vespers liturgy on the Feast of Pentecost, Sunday, June 4 at 5pm. The liturgy will feature the St. George’s Choir and the Dominican Schola from the Congregation of St. Cecilia, and will take place at 5pm at St. George’s Episcopal Church. A BBQ reception will follow, the proceeds of which will benefit local foster care children through the work of the non-profit organization, America’s Kids Belong.
RSVP here for dinner.
Veggie Tales Vacation Bible School and Knights Camp
Registration opens Wednesday, March 1
Both camps take place the week of July 10. Veggie Tales VBS is for children ages 3-years-old (and potty-trained) through rising kindergarten. Knights Camp is for rising 1st graders through rising 5th graders. Cost is $25 per child; parents are asked to volunteer one day per child. More information and online registration available here.