Welcome, and thank you for visiting Saint George Episcopal Church online. Visitors driving to St. George Episcopal Church will find an unspoiled place of quiet
beauty set in a sea of tropical greenery where peacocks roam the grounds and visitors are always welcome.
Founded in 1877, St. George is one of the historic river mission churches founded by the second bishop of Florida, John Freeman Young.
For Pastoral Care Emergencies
Father Ray at (904) 626-5556, Deacon Irene at (904) 327-0044 or the church office at (904) 251-9272.
Please let us know of any hospitalizations, medical procedures, or illnesses for which we may offer prayers and pastoral care.
Sunday Worship Hours
8:30 & 10:30 a.m.
Coffee & Potluck
following each service
10 a.m.-12:00 p.m.,
*Sunday School (K-2, 3-5)
As of March 30th,
Regular Sunday Worship and Gatherings Suspended Throughout the Diocese Through April 30, 2020
Dear brothers and sisters in Christ,
This comes to you with love and prayers for your continued good health and spiritual vitality. As many of you know, news broke today that social distancing guidelines have been extended nation-wide through the end of April. As a result, I am extending the current suspension of worship and other gatherings in the Diocese of Florida at least through April 30, 2020.
I remain proud of how our parishes, clergy and laity have responded thus far and will continue to be in touch with you closely. For more information on live streaming and other services happening throughout the diocese, please
The Rt. Rev. Samuel Johnson Howard
The Red Doors
When you enter the sanctuary at St. George to worship or pray, you will pass through our bright red doors. Painting church doors red is a widespread tradition in Episcopal churches. The red doors of an Episcopal church have traditionally led the way to holy ground where anyone who enters is safe from both physical and spiritual harm.
We proclaim with our red doors that our church is a haven for emotional and spiritual healing, and is a place of refuge and safety, forgiveness and reconciliation -- in other words, red doors invite the passers-by into a space filled with the Holy Spirit.
The color red also evokes the blood of Jesus Christ, which protects the wayfaring soul from spiritual harm.
Jesus Christ is our refuge. The red doors at St. George remind us that our parish community too must be a refuge for all those who enter through them. In this holy place, there will be no outcasts. Our doors are open to all!