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St. George Events

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ST. GEORGE EPISCOPAL
BEACH MASS

 

When: Sunday, April 28

Where: Little Talbot Island

Time: 9:30 a.m.

Details: Join us at Little Talbot Island for our Beach Mass Service. Bring a chair and a covered dish to share. We will have signs posted at the pavilion where we will all gather.

 

PLEASE NOTE: There will not be a service at our church on this day.

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Confirmation Classes

Rev. Jon will begin Confirmation classes for those who wish to become confirmed as members of The Episcopal Church and for those who just want to learn more about it.

 The classes begin on April 24 at 6:30 p.m. via Zoom. There will be six classes. See the link below to join in on the Zoom Classes.

 

Jonathan Baugh is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.

Topic: Confirmation Class
Time: Apr 24, 2024 06:30 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)
        Every week on Wed, until May 29, 2024, 6 occurrence(s)
        Apr 24, 2024 06:30 PM
        May 1, 2024 06:30 PM
        May 8, 2024 06:30 PM
        May 15, 2024 06:30 PM
        May 22, 2024 06:30 PM
        May 29, 2024 06:30 PM
Please download and import the following iCalendar (.ics) files to your calendar system.
Weekly: https://zoom.us/meeting/tJwtdu6vpzspG9wPaH_lYSkwKlOCDH75-HhM/ics?icsToken=98tyKuCgrjotHd2VsxiPRow-Aoj4KO3xmGJejfpKrB7NPCxqUQjhHe5tEZZXR42d

Join Zoom Meeting
https://zoom.us/j/98017790318?pwd=cWxMTVZlTC96cW45N2NneDliOVBBdz09

Meeting ID: 980 1779 0318
Passcode: 10560

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“Historical Notes of Ft. George Island”
Speaker: Dr. Alan Bliss, Ph.D.

 

Sunday, May 5, 2024, 11:15 a.m.

Open to all.

 

Dr. Bliss, noted historian and mariner, will recount and comment on highlighted events that have occurred on Ft. George Island over the last several centuries.  Dr. Bliss is an engaging speaker who has become well known in Jacksonville through his work and involvement in the Jacksonville area.  Dr. Bliss has served as CEO of the Jacksonville Historical Society and Jacksonville History Center since January, 2018.  Previously he taught urban and maritime history courses at the University of North Florida; he holds seminars on public history emphasizing Jacksonville; consults widely on U.S. history, preservation, and historic resources, and, authored a 50-year history of Jacksonville’s Haskell Company. For 25 years Alan held a U.S. Coast Guard master’s license for inspected passenger vessels and is an experienced offshore sailor. He continues to enjoy boating on the St. Johns River and surrounding waters.

 

A presentation of St. George Episcopal Church’s “Speaker Series"
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