Native Ministry Services

Native Ministry in Saskatoon: A monthly Native Ministry Service.The services will be held the last Sunday of each month, in the St. George’s Parish Hall (624 Ave. I South), at 1:30 p.m., and will be native lead. Come early and share soup and bannock with the community before the service; for more information please call the parish office.


History

St. George's Anglican Church was established as an Anglican Mission in 1906 the same year the City of Saskatoon was created. Originally a small eighteen by twenty-four foot, uninsulated, shack-like building on the far western edge of the city, St. George's has grown to become an inner-city faith centre with room for more than 200. From its beginnings, St. George's was known for its outreach, mission support and community involvement; these characteristics continue to be the the hallmarks of the present St. George's Parish's activities. In 2006, St. George's Church marked its Centennial with a year-long series of events and celebrations. As well, in early 2007, the Church's history "A Century of Ministry" was published.

St. George's is on Facebook and has a blog and e-mail address as well as the usual phone/fax and phone messaging services to leave comments or to connect with the Rector, our Honorary Assistant or the parish office.

Our first church

Our first church
St. George's, 1907

St. George's Today

St. George's Today

VISION STATEMENT


Grounded in Anglican tradition, we are a loving, inclusive, Christ-centered family that celebrates each individual and ministers to their needs.

MISSION STATEMENT

While practicing the core values of : Respect, Hospitality, Inclusivity, Spirituality, Integrity AND Community . . . we at St. George’s witness to the love of Jesus Christ through:



 Partnering with other churches and organizations locally and abroad;



 Befriending our "neighbour", visiting the sick and isolated and helping those in need in our community through loving service;



 Actively building our capacity as a caring Christ-centered community;



 Connecting people to Jesus Christ and each other;



 Holding each other up in prayer;



 Nurturing the faith though service and education.


SUNDAY SCHOOL

Our regular Sunday School is held in the Parish Hall from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. during the Sunday Morning Service. All children are welcome.

WEEKLY BIBLE STUDY

A weekly Bible Study is held every Thursday from September to June from 11:00 a.m to noon in the Parish Hall after the Community Coffee House. Come join us for a time of scriptural study and reflection.

Coffee House

The St. George Community Coffee House is open every Thursday morning from 9:00 a.m. to 11:00! The coffee, tea (and toast, muffins, pastry etc) and the conversation are free to all who join us for this community activity. See you there!

SERVICE TIMES AND SPECIAL SERVICES

  • Regular Sunday Morning Service: 10:30 a.m., BAS Eucharist

OUR PRIESTS

  • Our Rector: The Reverend Emily Carr and Our Honorary Assistant: The Reverend Dr. David Tyler
  • Emily is in the office 9 to noon, Tuesday and Thursday. Drop in for a coffee.
  • Call Emily at the office: 306 242-7973 or on her cell: 306 491-8505 or leave a message and she will call you back

TO CONTACT US

MAILING ADDRESS: 624 Ave. I South, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, S7M 1Y8
OFFICE: (306) 242-7973

E-mail: stgeorgessaskatoon@sasktel.net
Hall Rental Manager: Craig Clement: (306) 222-5019
Rector's Warden: Denise McCafferty; denisemc@sasktel.net
People's Warden: Lauren Jardine
Other Warden: Vanessa Clement
Treasurer: Doris Vanderkooi

We may be contacted electronically by e-mail or by leaving messages on our facebook page.




























































Monday, October 14, 2013