St. George's Episcopal Memorial Church

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About Us

 At St. George’s you’ll find an exciting array of opportunities for fellowship, spiritual growth, and outreach. Worship is at the heart of all that we do. Our main service is on Sunday at 9:00am for the summer and includes music and activities for children and youth. We also offer a more contemplative services on Wednesday at 5:30pm. Come and experience our blend…

Ministry Opportunities

There are currently many opportunities for getting involved in ministry, both at St George’s and the Diocese. Now is the time to join in a ministry or two you’ve always thought and prayed about joining. You will be blessed in the service of the Most High! St George’s—(Tell me you’re interested)—Acolytes (including crucifers, torch bearers, thurifers, book-bearers, AND boat-bearers); Altar Guild; Choir;…

Useful Links

Bismarck & Mandan Ministry on the Margins State & Region The Standing Rock Episcopal Churches Episcopal Diocese of North Dakota National The Episcopal Church Bishops’ Native Collaborative The Book of Common Prayer Washington National Cathedral International Anglican Communion United Thank Offering Episcopal Relief and Development

Liturgy

 Altar Guild Our duties are simple. We make sure that the altar is set properly for each service, something many take for granted. Some members of the Altar Guild have individual gifts that they offer or responsibilities they assume, such as sewing, arranging flowers, polishing brass and silver, filling the candles, and maintaining the hymn board. If you are interested in serving,…

History

History of Saint George’s Episcopal Memorial Church The first Episcopal church service in Bismarck was held in the Capitol Hotel on March 8, 1873, when James Humbert, infant son of Lt. and Mrs. Humbert of Camp Hancock, was baptized by the Rev. Charles Swift. Soon after this service Bishop Clarkson of Nebraska made a visit to Bismarck. In the fall of 1877,…