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.

† WE BELIEVE that through Jesus Christ we are meant to faithfully and joyfully serve God and our neighbors.
† WE WORSHIP as a community of believers who make people feel welcome from every walk of life. We value and welcome the diversity of all people.
† WE SERVE seekers inside and outside the church to live in accordance with the gospel of Jesus Christ.


About Us

 At St. George’s you’ll find an exciting array of opportunities for fellowship, community, spiritual growth, and outreach with numerous opportunities to volunteer! Worship is at the heart of all that we do! Our main services are Sundays at 10:00 am, and the last Wednesday evening of each month at 6:00 pm (Choral Evensong). All services are Rite 2 with the last Sunday…

Book Discussion Group Meets June 12th

The book to be discussed is “There There” by Tommy Orange.  There There is a relentlessly paced multigenerational story about violence and recovery, memory and identity, and the beauty and despair woven into the history of a nation and its people. It tells the story of twelve characters, each of whom have private reasons for…

Update on The Banquet Meal

Co-sponsored by St. George’s Episcopal Memorial Church and Lincoln Repair, a banquet meal was served at The Dream Center on May 19, 2023 by the Senior Girl Scout Troop 83020. The Girl Scout Troop served 181 meals. The menu included Rueben casserole, coleslaw, applesauce, bread and cupcakes with milk, lemonade, coffee, water.   Thank you to…

Towne Memorial

St. George’s is grateful for a generous contribution from the estate of Robert & Matilda Towne Rupp in recognition of Dr. Roy Salem Towne, his wife Alice Towne, and their children Matilda Towne Rupp and Roy Towne. As relayed in a letter of acknowledgement to Lorna Rupp, estate representative, the Towne family has a long…

St. George’s Day – April 23, 2023

Saint George is thought to have been born into a noble Christian family in the late third century in what is now modern-day Turkey. As a soldier and officer in the Roman army, he refused to denounce his faith and persecute fellow Christians leading to his martyrdom in 303 AD. Legend has told that Saint…

Getting Started

I am very excited about being your interim pastor. After retiring from 40 years of ministry I have been serving as an interim pastor at various churches for the past three years. I find this type of ministry to be very energizing. It is fun to get to know a new church and a real…

Welcome Pastor Steve!

We are happy to introduce Pastor Steve Sathre as the new Interim Pastor at St. George’s. Steve is a familiar and friendly face, as he was pastor at our neighboring church, Trinity Lutheran, for 30 years. Mr. Sathre is a native of Minneapolis, Minnesota. Please welcome Steve to the St. George’s family. Keith HendersonSenior Warden

Cookie InGathering Update from 2021

According to Shirel, last December St. Georgians contributed cookies to allow for goodies at coffee time, and 14 separate plates of cookies being delivered to church members who were unable to join us in person! Thank you to all who contributed their baking time and talent, and those who helped plate and deliver the cookies!

Holy Baptism

Marcus Ken Johnson, the son of Joshua and Kourtney Johnson and grandson of Don and Beth Johnson will be baptized Sunday, November 6, 2022 during our 10:00 am service. All are encouraged and invited to come and show your support for him in living a life in Jesus Christ.

Construction around St. George’s

Over the next several weeks, there will be curb and resurfacing work performed on Ave. B, south of the church and fifth street east of the church. This will limit parking on Ave. B and possibly access to our parking lot just east of the church. Access to the the large parking lot east of the old George House may also be…

Archbishop of Canterbury apologizes to Indigenous peoples of Canada

 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/