What’s Happening

As of June 14, 2020 the church will be opened for regularly scheduled service.   Following strict ministry guidelines and protocol we welcome you to join us; in order to meet the capacity limitations please let us know before the service if you wish to attend.         

In the meantime,  ST. GEORGES, in the Reformed Episcopal Church within the Anglican Church in North America will continue to keep in touch with members  through messaging, recorded services which can be sent to anyone on CD and emailed bulletins of the upcoming service. 

Any of our members, and indeed anyone, who needs a phone call, a prayer, a Bible, food, please call the church and leave a message.    Those members who are able, please keep your friends and neighbours in your thoughts, and reach out to those who are alone, and keep yourselves safe.





open to all — church members, friends, neighbours   …….. 

DROP IN – no registration required  – no fee


From December 21,2020 with Hamilton in the ‘grey zone’  there can be no scheduled activities. 

Please keep watching this page for good news of re-opening


Craft Circle       on hold
Mondays  9 am – 12 noon

bring along knitting, crocheting, or crafting,
or ponder over a jigsaw puzzle
while enjoying the company of like-minded
Contact: Velma Fountain

Community Seniors           on hold

Meet 2nd and last Mondays 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm     WELCOME TO ALL      

Music, games, refreshments.
Coordinator: Linda Palmer/Sandra Bentley

Book Club    –   paused

Second Monday of the month  at 7 pm

A book a month, from classic to contemporary,
selected by the members. Open to the community.
Coordinators: Rev Dr John Ferns, Gillian Ferns.

Women of the Church—-    soon
Second Saturday of the month, 10:00 am to 12:00 noon

Refreshments. Bring a friend,
Coordinators: Tina Luth, Judy Smith.

Men of the Church  —-  soon

Second Saturday of the month 10 a.m. Coffee and conversation at a local restaurant   meet at the church



English as a Second Language  (ESL)   — on hold
Tuesdays 6.00 pm to 7.30 pm     drop in

Conversational English – informal setting for newcomers to Canada, visiting professors and students,  with discussion of recent

newspaper  articles,  speaking practice, reading, and emphasis on Canadian culture                   3-4 instructors


Bible Study and Prayer   with Rev. Paul Luth    on hold

Thursday afternoon      1.30 pm

join us for a hearty discussion ….. questions/answers


Tuesday evenings     6 – 7.30 pm   downstairs  – on hold

This ESL (English as a Second Language) bible study is open to all new Canadians, those new to Christianity, visiting professors and exchange students.

Bible discussion, reading and interpretation        (children welcome to hear bible stories)