Ways to Connect
The people of St. George's express their love of art, music, food, gardening, nature and more in so many ways. Throughout the year, you will find many events with different areas of focus. We also have ongoing meetings and clubs as ways to connect with each other -- our after-school gardening club brings adult volunteers and children together to make a difference in our garden, our cooking classes bring families together to have fun and learn some new kitchen skills, and our ladies' lunches offer a time to get together and share what's new.
Kids and their families come monthly for an opportunity to learn and have fun at our cooking classes! With a focus on using ingredients grown by kids in our own garden, the cooking classes take place on the 2nd Saturday of every month starting at 12 noon.
We welcome all in the community to come take part! In our cooking classes, we focus on many of the values we stress in our ga…Read More »
The Vision of the Garden of HOPE:
- Create a sense of community
- Empower students to have choices in their food
- Teach nutrition, sustainability, organic gardening, teaming and responsibility
- Kids growing food for kids
- Grow enough food to sell
- Cooking classes with harvests
- Fully organic and sustainable
The Garden of HOPE After-School Club meets at 3 pm on the first T…Read More »
Ladies Lunch meets at noon the first Tuesday of every month at Rigo's Cafe on 6th. Come be part of the fellowship and fun!
Proclaiming HOPE & LOVE
November 10th St. George's Episcopal Church's HOPE FESTIVAL!
The same great items, with added entertainment for Families and kids.
Tags: Hope Festival Nov. 10th
In 2015, we shared a five-part film series that explored the heart of generosity and encouraged our family, our group, our class, and our church to commit to a more radical generosity modeled on the self-giving of Christ.
What is your sacrifice to God — right now, today? Are you giving your first and your best? Are you giving the spotless sheep? Or are you giving the “stinky …Read More »