Just as Jesus said in the Beatitudes, blessed are the poor and the hungry. Our goal is not just to love one another, but to make sure we spread the love of the Gospels everywhere.
We use both the Book of Common Prayer and the Gospels as the foundation for our faith and the inspiration for our daily lives. We put those teachings into practice at home, work and in the community.
Shine in the love of God's grace, every day.
At St. Georges Episcopal Church, it's our goal to help you explore your relationship with God and improve those meaningful relationships in your family life. Join us each Sunday and experience the warmth of faith and the strength of our community.
Father Chris grew up as an Episcopalian in greater Hartford and went to the University of Connecticut. He is also a graduate of the General Theological Seminary in New York City, and the College of Preachers at Washington National Cathedral. He served in parishes in Waterbury, New London and Hartford, Connecticut for 24 years. He is known for his advocacy for the poor, hungry, homeless, and for the well being of children and public schools in Hartford, as well as a long history of advocating for Civil Rights in Connecticut. For many years he was host of the award winning Episcopal Diocesan Radio Ministry, “Sunday at Six” on WJMJ FM. More recently he has been employed in the mental health field, while doing “Sunday Supply” work in a variety of parishes across the state.