Video: Welcome to St. George's

Video: Welcome to St. George's

Welcome to St. George's Episcopal Church in Maplewood, New Jersey. In this video several members share how they found God and community here.

Easter Vigil

The Great Vigil of Easter

The Great Vigil of Easter, beginning with the blessing of the Paschal Fire in front of the church doors at 8 PM on Saturday, April 19, is the most ancient form of Easter worship proclaiming Jesus' resurrection.

Easter Egg Hunt

Youth Group Easter Egg Hunt

The Youth Group will hide Easter Eggs at 9 AM on Easter Sunday, April 20. Much help is needed as the youth are hoping to surpass last year's goal of hiding over 1,500 eggs. We will meet in the cloister garden.

Easter Sunday - "Search for Jesus"

Easter Sunday Family Eucharist

At the Easter Sunday Family Eucharist, we will meet in front of the main doors of the church at 9 AM sharp for the "Search for Jesus." We will interview a Roman centurion at the cross, and visit the tomb where Jesus was buried.

A depiction of the three crosses and the empty tomb in front of the altar at St. George's. JOEL HERBERT PHOTO

Easter Sunday Choral Eucharist

The 10:30 AM Choral Festival Eucharist features the Choir of Saint George's and the Saint George Singers children's choir, joined by organ and instruments. Everyone is invited to bring small bells to ring!

Movie Night at St. George's Maplewood

Movie Night: Lincoln

Please join us for movie night on Friday, April 25 at 7:30 PM on the second floor of the Resource Center. Our feature for the evening is Lincoln.

Video: Welcome to St. George's
Easter Vigil
Easter Egg Hunt
Easter Sunday - "Search for Jesus"
A depiction of the three crosses and the empty tomb in front of the altar at St. George's. JOEL HERBERT PHOTO
Movie Night at St. George's Maplewood

Welcome to St. George's!

The Rev. Bernie Poppe, Rector
The Rev. Bernie Poppe, Rector

St. George's Episcopal Church is an inclusive community of faith – a diverse group of people joined by the common bond of seeking to do God's will in the world. Through our worship and education, our outreach and fellowship, we nurture and find encouragement in our own spiritual journey.

We are a people of questioning minds and open hearts. We will welcome and value you for who you are, invite you into a deeper faith and witness, and challenge you to pray and work for peace and justice.

Upcoming Events

Easter Vigil
Saturday, April 19:
The Great Vigil of Easter, beginning with the blessing of the Paschal Fire in front of the church doors at 8 PM on Saturday, April 19, is the most ancient form of Easter worship proclaiming Jesus' resurrection. Read more
Easter Egg Hunt
Sunday, April 20:
The Youth Group will hide Easter Eggs at 9 AM on Easter Sunday, April 20. Much help is needed as the youth are hoping to surpass last year's goal of hiding over 1,500 eggs. We will meet in the cloister garden. Read more
Easter Sunday - "Search for Jesus"
Sunday, April 20:
At the Easter Sunday Family Eucharist, we will meet in front of the main doors of the church at 9 AM sharp for the "Search for Jesus." We will interview a Roman centurion at the cross, and visit the tomb where Jesus was buried. Read more
A depiction of the three crosses and the empty tomb in front of the altar at St. George's. JOEL HERBERT PHOTO
Sunday, April 20:
The 10:30 AM Choral Festival Eucharist features the Choir of Saint George's and the Saint George Singers children's choir, joined by organ and instruments. Everyone is invited to bring small bells to ring! Read more
Movie Night at St. George's Maplewood
Friday, April 25:
Please join us for movie night on Friday, April 25 at 7:30 PM on the second floor of the Resource Center. Our feature for the evening is Lincoln. Read more
Youth Group Field Trip
Sunday, May 4:
Save the date!  The Youth Group is planning a trip to NYC on Sunday, May 4. Potential itinerary will include a trip to the Cloisters Museum in upper Manhattan. Read more
Family Eucharist
Sunday, May 11:
On Sunday, May 11 St. George's will celebrate a lively Family Eucharist for small children at 9:15 AM. The music, readings and homily are all child-friendly, and the children learn about one of the central rituals of the church through an instructed Eucharist. Read more