Welcome to the Church of St. George

6th Annual Festival of Music, Saturday, February 25, 2017, 5pm

Join St. George’s music ministry for its annual dinner and a show!

Grab your saddle shoes as our music ministry celebrates the 1950’s!

  •  5:00: Come to the St. George Diner (aka the community center) for burgers and fries. 
  •  5:45: Listen to a show full of fun and surprises presented by your music ministry featuring the magical decade of the 1950’s.
  •  7:00-8:00: Dance to the music of the Minneapolis Police Swing Band!
  •  Tickets available at the door.  All profits go to the St. George music ministry.
  •  Adults $10,  Children, 12 and under $5
Let the good times rock and roll!

ASH WEDNESDAY MASSES, Wednesday, March 1st at 8:30am and 6:30pm

 Stations of the Cross: 6:30pm every Friday of Lent except 4/7 (6pm)  and 4/14 (3pm in English and 6:30pm in Spanish)

Click here to download the Lent and Holy Week Schedule.


PARISH LENTEN MISSION, March 5-8, 2017 at 7pm-8pm each night

Followed by refreshments & fellowship on Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday

Wednesday, March 8th: Soup Dinner 5:30-7pm


You are invited to our Parish Mission on March 5th-8th.  A parish mission is an opportunity for us all to renew our Catholic faith. 

If you have abandoned the faith of your youth, the mission is for you. If you have been ‘on again, off again’ in the living of your Catholic religion, the mission is for you.  If you have wondered what is going on in the Church today, the mission is for you.  If you have been faithful in your witness of your Catholic faith, the mission is for you.  If you feel you need to know more about how to pray, the mission is for you.  If you judge yourself to be in need of spiritual growth, the mission is for you. If you are a sinner or a saint, or somewhere in between, the mission is for you. The mission is for everyone, but especially for you and your family.

Please join me in praying for the success of our parish mission and plan now to share with me this very special, grace-filled time.

Sincerely yours in Christ, 

Fr. Mark Juettner, Pastor


Please click to view the Mission Flyer.  Program details below:

Theme: CONVERSION (Sessions in English & Spanish)

Sunday, March 5th:

SYMBOL – The Bible

THEME – God’s plan of salvation and our response to God’s Word of love.

OBJECTIVE – To deepen our awareness of God’s great love for us.

RITUAL ACTION – Veneration of the Bible


Monday, March 6th:

SYMBOL – Cross

THEME – Who Is Jesus for Us?.

OBJECTIVE – To renew our faith in Jesus Christ as the Redeemer of all.

RITUAL ACTION – Rite of Proclamation (Profession of Faith)


Tuesday, March 7th:

SYMBOLS – Easter Candle [Ashes – during Lent]

THEME – Sin, Reconciliation and Healing

OBJECTIVE – To experience the reconciliation and healing offered to us through the Redeemer.

RITUAL ACTION – Service of Light (Lent: distribution of Ashes): [opportunity for individuals to celebrate the Sacrament of Reconciliation]


Wednesday, March 8th:

SOUP DINNER from 5:30pm -7pm, Wednesday March 8th in conjunction with the Mission in the Community Center;  Two different homemade soups plus bread and beverage.  Free Will Offering

SYMBOL – The Altar

THEME – At the altar – we seal our covenant with our God and we are nourished with the Bread of Life to live our mission as baptized disciples.

OBJECTIVE – To renew our commitment to live the Eucharist by giving testimony of our faith in our daily lives.

RITUAL ACTION – Celebration of the Eucharist

Presented by Redemptorist Priests: Fr. Patrick Keyes, C.Ss.R. & Fr. Tuan Pham, C.Ss.R.


Childcare is available for children ages 3 years to 3rd grade;  please call Mary Shearer at (952) 449-9708 and let her know how many children you will bring and their ages.

Transportation:  If you need a ride to and from the evening services, call Ed Rundle at (952) 473-9565. Ed and other members of St. George Knights of Columbus can arrange transportation for you.


More details will be posted soon.



Sundays, 10:30am-12pm, starting March 12th, Conference Room

Mondays, 6:30-8pm, starting March 13th, Community Center

Our small group retreat is based on the book Consoling the Heart of Jesus by Father Michael Gaitley.    You will learn about Consoling spirituality and will learn lessons about the lives of saints that you can apply to your own life today.  Our Lenten program will start with Lesson 6. Please call Jean Kottemann at 952-471-7485 if you need to order the book.  Please call the office to pre-register for this program that will make your Lenten preparation especially meaningful.


Trip to Fatima and Spain in June 2017

 Join Fr. Juettner on a 9 day pilgrimage to Spain and Portugal Jun 20, 2017 – Jun 28, 2017.  Some of the sights you will see are: 

Fatima • Santarem • Santiago de Compostela • Garabandal • Avila • Madrid • Toledo

This is the 100th Anniversary of Fatima!  Two ways you can sign up are by calling 855-842-8001 or by going to www.proximotravel.com and typing in the search bar “Fr. Juettner”.  The pilgrimage includes airfare, tips, taxes, 4-5 star hotels, breakfast and dinner,  If you have any questions call the number above or go to the Proximo website and click “Questions and Answers”.  The cost for the pilgrimage is $3500.  Proximo entrusts all of its pilgrimages to the Blessed Virgin Mary and pray daily for those who go on pilgrimage with them.

Click here for information about the trip: 



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