St. George is a warm, friendly, spirit-filled congregation that has been blessed with many visitors over the years. We've been further blessed when those who've visited, choose to become members and make our congregation their church home.
Today's Lutherans come from various backgrounds, and St. George's growing congregation is no different. Unlike previous generations, when most of our members were "cradle" Lutherans of European descent, our members today come from a variety of religious traditions, cultures and walks of life. Our members have joined St. George after relocating to the Brighton Area, after marrying someone from a different religious background, after searching for a message that spoke to their heart, or after finding a sense of purpose and belonging within our congregation. Whatever your interests, needs or background might be, we want you to know that we are grateful that you are blessing us with your visit!
In the past, we've been blessed to meet the needs of people who find themselves
in situations like:
Unfortunately, this is a common part of today's job market. When this happens, families find themselves in a new community, separated from their loved ones and far away from the familiar feelings of home. The church family at St. George can help to ease those feelings of being disconnected. We can offer you and your family a sense of connection and belonging. We are a place for you to find friendship, support and encouragement as you adjust to your new home in Livingston County.
Couples today often come from families with differing religious backgrounds. It can be difficult for them to find a church that nurtures them spiritually and where they can both feel comfortable worshiping. For these couples, St. George just may be that perfect "fit". With our many small groups, and both our Traditional and Contemporary Services, we offer a variety of ways for you to connect with one another through Christ, and a means for you to deepen your personal relationships with God.
Those seeking answers.
We live in a complex world and sometimes it's difficult to understand why things happen or what we should do about them. People find themselves searching for spiritual meaning, and looking for answers to life's difficult questions. It's often then that we experience a deep longing to respond to God's love and seek His healing in our lives. Scripture tells us that this is God's way of beckoning us into a relationship with Him. This is the good news of Jesus Christ, and we at St. George have a message of hope that we long to share with you. A message of love and of purpose. A message that the Savior is truly your Savior!
Regardless of your circumstance, please consider blessing us with your visit.
We would be so honored to have you!
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