Sunday at 10 AM

Join us in our light-filled Georgian sanctuary. Gather where Methodists have been worshiping since 1769. Services and holy communion followed by a time of fellowship. 
Sunday School for children offered during the service, September thru May.
Nursery play area available for younger children.

Street parking only. Please be aware of the restrictions as they vary block to block

Bus 57
From North Philadelphia, stops at N 4th & Vine.
From South Philadelphia, stops at N 3rd & Vine.
Market-Frankford Subway
Only a few blocks walk from 5th and Market.


Reverend Mark I. Salvacion is the Pastor of Historic St. George’s United Methodist Church (HSG) in Old City Philadelphia, where he has been appointed as a licensed local pastor since July 2017.  Mark has also served as a practicing attorney licensed in Pennsylvania.  During his 27-year legal career, Reverend Salvacion represented such clients as PNC Bank, the Philadelphia Stock Exchange, Prudential Financial, and the Vanguard Group.  He is also a certified arbitrator with the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) and continues to represent select pro bono clients in civil rights, constitutional law, and immigration rights cases.

Mark is the recipient of the United Methodist Initiative Scholarship (full-tuition scholarship awarded by the UMC for outstanding promise in United Methodist ministry), the Delaplaine McDaniel Fellowship (awarded by Drew Theological School for outstanding academic accomplishment and promise in ministry), the Henry G. Appenzeller Memorial Prize (awarded by Drew Theological School for outstanding achievement in United Methodist studies), and the Saatman Memorial Scholarship (awarded to United Methodist students in Philadelphia by Frankford UMC for outstanding promise in ministry),.  He lives in East Falls, Philadelphia, with his wife, Frances, and their dog, Sydney.  His hobbies include playing piano for four-hands, bass clarinet, and guitar, playing golf, and studying religious history and philosophy.  

Reverend Salvacion received his B.A. in Philosophy from Bucknell University, his Juris Doctor degree from Northeastern University School of Law, and is pursuing his Masters of Divinity degree at Drew University Theological School.

Below: Welcoming Service for Pastor Mark I. Salvacion, August 27, 2017. • Images courtesy of David Fonda

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