St. George's Episcopal Memorial Church Welcomes All
Welcome to St George’s Episcopal Memorial Church. Our parish has been an important presence in the Bismarck community since 1880, and we continue to meet the Living God in this place today – through worship, education, outreach, and most of all, through the relationships we have created with each other.
If you have any questions or think we can help you, please do not hesitate to contact the church office or talk to any of our parishioners or stop in for coffee. If you are looking for a church home, we invite you to explore this website, and hope you will worship with us soon. All are truly welcome here. We look forward to meeting you soon.
— The Reverend Hal Weidman †
St. George’s Episcopal Memorial Church
Office hours are Monday – Thursday, 9 am to 2 pm (please call first), with COVID-19 protocols observed. If you have a Pastoral care issue, please contact our Priest.
We stand in prayer and solidarity with all the people of Ukraine.
We pray for peace, but maybe we don’t have the words. We pray for a just peace, but maybe we don’t have the words. We pray that the lives of innocents and the lives of any human child of God will be spared. We pray that our leaders will find a diplomatic way, a nonviolent way of solution. But we don’t know how to pray as we are. So, the Spirit must intercede for us at this time. – The Most Rev. Michael Curry, Presiding Bishop of The Episcopal Church
As one of our stated goals from the Vestry retreat is to be more active in the community. I want to suggest a community walk: Walk to Defeat ALS Bismarck, on June 18 at 10:00 am at Sertoma Park Shelter #8. I have started a St. George’s Team for those interested (Wear your red St…
Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby has apologized for the “terrible crime” of the Anglican church’s involvement in Canada’s residential schools – and for the Church of England’s “grievous sins” against the Indigenous peoples of Canada. Read more here. To subscribe to the Episcopal News Services newsletter, please go here: https://www.episcopalnewsservice.org/email-signup/
We made a total of ten quilts, with 1,080 squares sewn together. Sixteen friends and members came to help tie off the quilts on April 19th. They were given to Bridges of Hope. Each quilt will be given to a female inmate at the state’s correction facility. Thank you to our generous Piecemakers group whose…
If you are interested in supplying flowers for Sunday worship as a memorial, dedication or even as a celebration of loved ones, we have some open Sundays for altar flowers. You can make this a recurring dedication that you do the same week(s) of every year, or a one-time dedication for this year. The following…
The Centering Prayer group meets from 11:00 am to 1:00 pm on the first and third Tuesdays of each month. We begin with 20 minutes of silent prayer. This is followed by a study… usually of one of the mystics of the church. The group is currently led by Jane White. Contact the office for more information.