Welcome to Historic St. George’s Church and National Landmark, a treasured church in Methodist history and an active congregation in Old City, Philadelphia. Take a moment to explore these pages and discover something old and something new. In this, our 245th year, we invite you to a place in history, a path to the future — join us for the journey.
Palm Sunday, March 29, 10AM. Join us on the steps of the church for a procession to the sanctuary.
Maundy Thursday, April 2, 7PM. A service of music and meditation with M'Balia Singley.
Good Friday, April 3, Noon-1PM, Sanctuary open for meditation and prayer.
Easter Sunday, April 5, 10AM Service of Resurrection and Renewal with special music by organist Dom Silla and the Hickory Brass Quartet.
Easter Sunday parking will be available underneath the Ben Franklin Bridge from 8:30AM to 1:30PM. The gates will close promptly at 1:30PM.
Loving vs Virginia
One of a series of moving paintings by Bonnie Mettler in her series My Racial Ignorance, exploring her growing awareness of the racial history of our country. St. George's is proud to host a show of Bonnie's works through June 8, 2015. Museum is open M-F, 10AM to 4PM. Also open following Sunday services.
SAVE THE DATE: Sunday, June 7th at 7pm. Master storytellers Denise Valentine and Bill Mettler will share their particular tales of family and personal chronicles. More details to follow shortly.
Join our team! We are currently accepting resumes for three part-time positions at St. George's. Please select the position title to view the job description:
Email your resume to our office.
The video was produced by United Methodist Communications to accompany their seven must-see Methodist sites list. St. George's is proud to be one of the seven!