An Anglican Church Serving the Greenville, South Carolina Area

427 Batesville Road, Simpsonville, SC 29681

  [864-281-0015]

Fax: 864-281-0060

www.stgeorgeapa.org

An affiliate member of the American Anglican Council



Fr. Paul Rivard Welcome

PRAYER FOR ARMED FORCES

O Lord God of Hosts, stretch forth, we pray Thee, Thine almighty arm to strengthen and protect those who serve in the armed forces

of our country. Support them in the day of trouble, arm them with Thy defence, preserve them evermore from all perils, and in the time

of peace keep them safe from all evil; endue them with courage and loyalty; and grant that in all things they may serve without reproach;

remind us, who benefit from their many 

sacrifices, to honor them in thought, word and deed, and to remember them in our daily prayers; we ask for Thy special mercy to be upon their families and friends; grant them peace and comfort; and for Thy tender mercy's sake,

hasten the day when all swords will be beaten into plowshares; through Jesus Christ our Lord.  Amen.

Upcoming Events
August 2014 Click here for Calendar
Sunday Service Time:
Sunday School Adults & Children     9:00 am
Holy Eucharist                                 10:00 am             
Bible Study Time:
Monday Morning Womens Bible Study     10:00 am
Wednesday Evening Womens Bible Study   7:00 pm
Wednesday Evening Mens Bible Study        7:00 pm

SEE THE CALENDAR LINK ABOVE FOR SERVICE DETAILS.     
Regular Office Hours Sunday - Services as scheduled
Monday - Closed
Tuesday through Thursday - 9 AM-Noon
Friday & Saturday - By appointment


Quote of the Season
"All the disciples of Christ despise death; they take the offensive against it and, instead of fearing it, by the sign of the cross and by faith in Christ trample on it as on something dead. Before the divine sojourn of the Saviour, even the holiest of men were afraid of death, and mourned the dead as those who perish. But now that the Saviour has raised His body, death is no longer terrible, but all those who believe in Christ tread it underfoot as nothing, and prefer to die rather than to deny their faith in Christ, knowing full well that when they die they do not perish, but live indeed, and become incorruptible through the resurrection."
​Saint Athanasius, On the Incarnation
Saint George - "But on his breast a bloody Cross he bore, The dear remembrance of his dying Lord, For Whose sweet sake that glorious badge he wore And dead as living ever Him adored. Upon his shield the like was also scored, For sovereign hope, which in His help he had: Right faithful true he was in deed and word, But of his cheer did seem too solemn sad; Yet nothing did he dread, but ever was he dreaded."​

Welcome


St George the Martyr Anglican Church, APA

Our doors are open to all who mourn and want comfort; to all who are tired and want rest; to all who are lonely and want companionship; to all who pray and want help; to all who have sinned and want forgiveness; to all who have failed and want strength; to all who love our Lord and want to praise His name; to all who have been blessed and want to be a blessing to others; to these, St. George the Martyr Anglican Church, in the name of the Savior, Jesus Christ, opens its doors and bids you "WELCOME"