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 WELCOME


Welcome to our website!  St. George’s is a small, vibrant, caring congregation.  We care for one another, and we care about our larger community of Carmichael and Sacramento.  We have a community garden which is open for anyone who would like to rent a space to grow their own crops.  Produce from our garden also goes to area food banks and feeding programs.  We have a wonderful college scholarship program for seniors from area high schools.

Our regular Sunday worship services are at 9:00 a.m. and 10:30 a.m.  The 9:00 service is very informal and contemporary, while the 10:30 service is a more traditional Episcopal liturgy.  Our congregation welcomes all, including people of various races, cultures, sexual orientation, and political convictions.  We encourage each church member to participate according to their gifts and talents.  We have a variety of fellowship and education events throughout the year.

Come and be our guest soon for Sunday worship.  Please feel free to contact me directly at my work cell number, 916-753-9939, or by e-mail at FatherRay@frontiernet.net.

---Father Ray Hess, Priest in Charge

 


Sunday Service Schedule

Weekday Schedule

Family Worship 9:00 a.m. In the Parish Hall

Morning Prayer 9:00 a.m. Tuesdays

Traditional Service10:30 a.m.

Office Hours 

Coffee and Refreshments after each service
 

Monday thru Thursday
9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Hours may very

 

 


 

Contact Us  
St. George's Episcopal Church
5600 Winding Way
Carmichael, California 95608
Phone 916-487-5600
Announcements
Community Picnic

On Saturday, July 22 from 10 am - 2 pm. We will host a Community Barbecue and bring a Pop-Up Adventure Playground for young kids to play creatively.

Men and Child Care (MaCC) will bring this Pop-Up Adventure with funding through First Five Sacramento.

Adventure Playgrounds started in Europe after WWII when children were observed having great fun playing in the rubble. So that became the idea behind Adventure Playgrounds. Pop-Up Adventure  Playgrounds is now less permanent and only exists for the day. Men and Child Care will set-up, take down, provide some adult safety monitors, and provide advertising all for free!

This event is part of our Outreach Ministry and the Vestry strongly encourages all parishioners, their, families, friends, and neighbors to join us. So come one, come all for some free food, drinks, and fun on

Sermon Audio

Whenever possible we will be recording each Sunday Sermon. The audio will be available to listen to under the "Info Center" tab.