The members of the Parish of Georgina believe that we are called by God to reach out into the world.
This is a very important part of who we are and what we do.
When a need arises the members step forward to do whatever is needed.
Additional outreach during COVID-19 is being provided to River Glen Haven staff, Georgina Community Food Pantry, Sandgate Shelter for Women, Faithworks and the Families made homeless due to the townhouse fire on May 26th in Sutton.
Click the linked titles below to read more about the various outreach projects.
During Advent, 2019, we raised $945 for PWRDF World of Gifts with which we purchased:
A Whole Farm
Supported Indigenous Youth Microfinance
Supported Indigenous Youth Suicide Prevention
Supported Women of Maison Dorcas in Democratic Republic of Congo for victims for sexual violence
Purchase equipment for safe birthing centres
Repair Bikes for Community Health Workers in Tanzania and Mozambique
Equip a maternity ward in Burundi
Purchase Mosquito nets
The Parish also supported the PWRDF Bahamian Special Relief project.
Emergency assistance to local families made homeless due to fire.
Community dinners served at St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church
GEG Refugee Welcome
Prayer Shawl Ministry
St George's Open Doors in the summer the church is open to visitors from morning to sunset.
Prayer is one of the main functions of our parish. We endeavor to live as a family of God, in work and worship. At both churches, intercessory prayer is an important part of the service. Parishioners, local residents, and visitors are urged to bring their prayer requests to the Prayer Desk at St. Georges, the service prayers through the church office, or through the Prayer Chain.