Welcome to the Church of St. George

 

FUN AT THE HOLIDAY BOUTIQUE

Saturday, November 17, 9am-4pm Community Center

Fabulous Craft Vendors:  Get started on your Christmas shopping by checking out all the lovely craft items and services available for purchase.

General Store:  Purchase a variety of baked and canned goods and other decorative and household items.

Kids’ Entertainment:  We invite kids and teens to sing Christmas carols at the Boutique.  Children will meet in the main church at 12:30pm to rehearse and will perform in the Community Center at the Boutique at 1:00pm.

Kids’ craft station:  Come make a fun holiday craft! 

Lefse-Making Demonstrations, AM only: Come see Camille Curtiss and her sisters demonstrate how to make lefse and purchase some of this special treat as well!

Come for Lunch!  Enjoy fabulous homemade lunch including chili, chicken noodle soup, and sloppy joes, as well as homemade slices of pie!

Purchase your Thanksgiving pies & goodies at the General Store and Cookie Booth!

PURCHASE RAFFLE TICKETS AT MASS OR AT THE BOUTIQUE

Raffle tickets are $1 apiece and can be purchased after November Masses or at the Boutique.  Please check out our lovely assortment of raffle prizes!

Please invite your friends, neighbors, and relatives to this fun event!

 

ARCHBISHOP BERNARD HEBDA

9:15am Sunday Mass at St. George

November 25, 2018

We are delighted to announce that Archbishop Bernard Hebda will visit the Church of St. George on the Solemnity of Christ the King.  He will be principal celebrant for the 9:15 am Sunday Mass on November 25.  The Knights of Columbus 4th Degree Honor Guard will be in attendance at the Mass.  

After his homily, the Archbishop will go immediately to the weekday chapel and there bless the new tabernacle with its impressive stand and canopy.  He will then dedicate and bless the worship space as The Chapel of the Divine Will, thus giving the chapel its new name.   

After Mass the Archbishop will greet parishioners in the social hall where refreshments will be served by members of the St. George Women’s Council (CCW).

Bring the whole family, including visiting relatives, to Sunday Mass.  Plan to come in large numbers to completely fill the church when the Archbishop comes to Long Lake.

 

 
Monthly Community Meal: 

Thursday, November 29 from 5:30-6:30pm

Church of St. George, Long Lake

Calvin Presbyterian, St. George and Trinity Lutheran are uniting to provide a monthly meal for the community of Long Lake and their church members.  These community meals aim to bring people of all ages, backgrounds and abilities together for a meal.  All people are welcome!  This is a great way to meet people from your community.  Dinner and beverages are provided; there is no cost for the meal but donations will be accepted if you wish to give.  The location varies from month to month as the churches rotate hosting duties. 

 

Advent Play

Saturday, December 1st after 4pm Mass

 

EMERGENCY LINE TO FATHER JUETTNER:  To report an after-hours medical emergency or death, please call 952-473-1247 x150.

At the Church of St. George, we respond to God’s call by building a Christ-centered community through education, liturgy and prayer. In caring for one another we live the gospel, seeking to meet the needs of our parish, our immediate community, and the world.

Through Mass and the Sacraments, our community service outreach, our religious education programs, and many other activities we grow and share in faith. Please join us – all are welcome!

Church of St. George
133 North Brown Road
Long Lake, MN 55356
ph: 952- 473-1247
fax: 952-404-0129
stgeorge@msn.com

 

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