St. George | About Us



9:00 am Service
Traditional Service consists of liturgy, sermon, prayers and traditional hymns.   

11:00 am Service
Contemporary Service consists of contemporary Christian music, contemporary responsive readings, sermon, and prayers.  

10:00 am Sunday School
Our Sunday School program, Bible Learning Adventure Stations (or B.L.A.ST.) meets every Sunday of the school year for children preschool age through sixth grade.  Youth and Adult Sunday School also meet every Sunday.   Friends are always welcome!

For more information on our Sunday School program, click here.

Please consider joining us after worship for coffee and sweets served in our fellowship area.

What is St. George?   

St. George is a warm, friendly, spirit-filled congregation that has been blessed throughout many years.  It is true that most Christian denominations develop a distinct emphasis of the Christian faith and practice, and this is also true for Lutherans.   The Lutheran emphasis, in a word, is God’s grace. We emphasize the grace of God which forgives us, makes us God’s children, and empowers us to serve others.

The Lutheran Church also emphasizes Christian education. We have a strong history of investing in our children to help them develop a faith which will sustain them throughout their lives.  We take our faith seriously, and we have a strong program to nurture faith of all ages.

We are a church of forgiven sinners. We welcome, include, and value all people.

We are part of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, we are:   

Claimed by God’s grace for the sake of the world, we are a new creation 
through God’s living word by the power of the Holy Spirit;

Gathered by God’s grace for the sake of the world, we will live among
God’s faithful people, hear God’s word and share Christ’s supper;

Sent by God’s grace for the sake of the world, we will proclaim the good news
of God in Christ through word and deed, serve all people following the
example of our Lord Jesus, and strive for justice and peace in all the world.

Regardless of your circumstance, please consider visiting. 
We would truly be blessed by your presence.


As a visitor, we would like for you to be our guest.

You are not obligated to contribute to the offering.

Please feel free to fill out visitor cards that is located in the pews, then drop it in the offering plate.

             Click on the above logo for additional information about the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America and the     Mission Statement of the ELCA.

Small children are always welcome and encouraged to worship. We also have a nursery available. Just ask any usher for assistance.