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Sunday morning services of Holy Baptism make for joyful mornings as we welcome new Christians in claiming an identity as a beloved child of God. We offer baptism on specially chosen Sundays. Please contact the parish office for more information.
Confirmation, Reception and Reaffirmation
Confirmation is held for youth and adults during the Bishop’s visits. If you were confirmed before in another denomination but now practice the Christian faith in the Episcopal Church, a different prayer is offered to receive you into this denomination. Being Confirmed or Received makes a statement that you identify yourself as Christian and an Episcopalian, as an active member of our parish. If you are new to our parish, this ritual can help ground you as a member. Please contact the parish office for more information on attending an Inquirer's Class that is usually held before the Bishop visits.
The loss of a loved one is difficult for a family and we seek the comfort of the community of faith. One of our priests on staff works closely with the family to create a service of worship that honors the departed and communicates the faith of the Church—that in Christ Jesus, not even death has the power to separate us from the love of God. Please contact the parish office for more information.
Our parish cemetery is made of two cemeteries, All Saints’ Church Cemetery and St. George’s Chapel Cemetery. For more information, please contact the parish office.
We believe in committed lifelong partnerships that express the love of God in a bond of mutual support and fidelity, for both opposite- and same-sex couples. When a couple desires to be married, one of our priests on staff works with them to plan their ceremony. We ask for a six-month preparation period to complete the necessary counseling and planning. Please contact the parish office for more information.