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 †

Recovery Eucharist!

RECOVERY EUCHARIST – GUEST SPEAKER

Megan Frankl-Mann will be the speaker at our Annual Recovery Eucharist on Wednesday, October 26, 2022 at 6:00 pm. All are welcome to join us!

Megan is the Administrator of Hope Manor, a non-profit corporation located in Bismarck. It aids men and women who need a structured residential living environment in their recovery from substance abuse.

She received her Master’s Degree in Clinical Psychology from North Dakota State University. She has additional post graduate training in the area of psychological assessment, with an emphasis in Clinical Neuropsychology, Neuropsychological Assessment and Assessment of Personality. She is trained in administration, scoring and interpretation of psychological measures. She has intensive post graduate training in clinical assessment and evaluation of psychological disorders. Special areas of interest include assessment of intelligence, personality, and objective measures. Megan’s main model of psychotherapeutic approach has been cognitive behavioral and humanistic. However, she has training in dialectical behavioral, acceptance and commitment, rational-emotive, logotherapy, client centered and psychodynamic and she utilizes an eclectic approach tailored to each individual. Megan has extensive research experience, and her work has been published in major academic journals. She has given lectures and presented research at various conferences across the United States. She has taught at the undergraduate courses and has given numerous graduate level lectures. She is an Affiliate member of the American Psychological Association in Division 12, Clinical Psychology and Division 40, Clinical Neuropsychology. She holds certifications in disaster mental health, trauma assessment, EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing Therapy) and family counseling.

Over the past 8 years, Megan has been particularly interested in how the implementation of ancient spiritual principles influence one’s core beliefs, thought patterns, perceptions and behavior. She brings a unique mix of psychological training with spiritual discipline and how the two interact and influence each other.

All are invited and encouraged to bring others who could benefit from the evening of prayer and support.