Fourth Sunday of Advent

8:00 AM: Holy Communion, Rite I

Christmas Eve

4:00 PM: Family Celebration of Christmas Communion
10:00 PM: Carols and Communion by Candlelight

Both Christmas Eve services will include carols led by our historic tracker pipe organ. An extended organ prelude will begin thirty minutes prior to our 10:00 PM service.

There will be no 10:00 AM service on the 24th, and no services on the 25th.


First Sunday after Christmas

9:00 AM: Holy Baptism and Communion

NOTE: One service only on the 31st.
Regular service schedule resumes 1/7.

Free parking is available in our lot for people attending services at St. George's.

Christmas Pageant

In the Choir Loft

Easter/ Holy Week

Holy Week

March 25th-31st, 2018

Palm Sunday: 8:00 AM and 10:00 AM
Sunday Eucharist. The Passion will be read at 8:00 AM and sung by Michael Spillane, Ryan Bartosiewicz, and McKenzie Larson at 10:00.

Holy Wednesday: 7:00 PM
We will watch excerpts from the PBS series, "From Jesus to Christ: The First Christians." Refreshments served and Compline will conclude the evening.

Maundy Thursday: 8:00 PM
The Liturgy of the Last Supper

Good Friday: 8:00 PM
Reflections & Holy Communion from the Reserved Sacrament

Easter Day

April 1st, 2018

5:30 AM: Easter Vigil and First Eucharist of Easter
Breakfast follows

8:00 AM: Holy Eucharist; Rite I
Contemplative service

10:00 AM: Holy Eucharist; Rite II
Festive, family celebration with hymns

The Portsmouth Symphony Brass Quintet will provide music along with our historic tracker pipe organ at both the 8:00 and 10:00 services.

Free parking is available in our lot for people attending services at St. George's.

Easter Day Children's Sermon

At the Altar on Easter

Christmas Fair

Thanks to everyone who attended and helped out at the 2018 Christmas Fair. With your support, we were able to raise over $6,600 for our ministries.

Check out a great article about the fair here:

Community Participation

At UNH Fall Day


Fr. Bradley is happy to speak with anyone interested in Baptism. He can be reached at 603-868-2785 or

At a Baptism

The Great Window


Fr. Bradley is available to speak with couples about scheduling a wedding ceremony at St. George’s.

Christian marriage is a public acknowledgement of the spiritual union of two persons. The ceremony is usually observed in the church, in the presence of family and guests, and is best celebrated in the context of Holy Communion or Mass. At least six months’ notice is necessary in order to arrange for the premarital counseling and to comply with the Canons of the Episcopal Church. At least one of the persons to be married must be a baptized Christian and the parties must also be in compliance with the laws of New Hampshire.

Fr. Bradley can be reached at 603-868-2785 or

Icons and Votive Candles

Flowers at the Altar