Welcome to the Church of St. George

ASH WEDNESDAY MASSES: Wednesday, March 6th at 8:30am and 6:30pm

Please click here for the LENTEN and EASTER SCHEDULE: http://stgeorgelonglake.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/03/Lent-Schedule-2019.docx

 

Stations of the Cross

6:30pm  Friday, March 22nd, March 29th, April 5th

 

Bilingual Stations of the Cross

6:30pm  Friday,  April 12th followed by a soup dinner

 

MOVIE SHOWING

St. George Conference Room

April 6th at 5pm; April 7th at 10:30am

Gosnell: The Trial of America’s Biggest Serial Killer

PG-13  2018 ‧ Drama/Crime ‧ 1h 33m

This movie tells the story of Dr. Kermit Gosnell, whose dangerous and unethical practices in his abortion clinic led to his conviction on murder and manslaughter charges, resulting in a life sentence in prison.

 

33 Days to Merciful Love Small Group Retreat

Sundays of Lent after 9:15am Mass

Every Sunday of Lent except April 7th (see movie announcement)

Conference Room

Based on the book, 33 Days to Merciful Love by Fr. Michael Gaitley, this small group retreat experience explores new material on the heart of St. Thérèse of Lisieux’s Little Way, uncovering the power of trust in the face of personal darkness, inspiring participants to become great saints amid ordinary circumstances, and laying the foundation for a personal consecration to Divine Mercy.  Please call the parish office to register or sign up on the sign up sheet at the back of church.  Books and a workbook will be provided for participants on the first day of the retreat.  We encourage you to take part in this special Lenten retreat.

 

Knights of Columbus Scholarship

Click here to download the application: KC Scholarship Application 2019

The Father William Nolan Council #12293 has been offering continuing education scholarships to the students at St. George for seven years.  Founded by brothers Ray Hoffman, Greg Ehalt and Bill Pollard, the scholarship program started off with a $500 annual offering and has grown to over $2,000 today.  The Knights are committed to helping as many of our youth as we can, as they are the future of our parish and beyond.  Once again this year, the council is excited to announce scholarships will be offered to St. George high school seniors, current college and vocational technical students, as well as graduates choosing to serve our country. 

The scholarship program is just one of many ways that our council serves our communities and parish. We have been fortunate enough to have fundraisers help make this scholarship fund a reality and to grow with each passing year. Without the generosity of the parish, this would not be possible. Anyone interested in making a donation to our scholarship fund, please contact Grand Knight , Ed Rundle.  Thank you all for your kindness and support of our council.

Those interested in applying for this scholarship should look for the scholarship display which is located in the church entrance or download.  Read through the application and eligibility requirements, fill out the application, and then submit it to the address listed on the attached form. There is not a set number of scholarship awards to be given out – it is based upon the applicant pool and funds available in a given year.

 

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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