Sampling our small groups leads to discovery of new passions, enhancing the inner spirit, making new connections with like-minded and open-hearted others and moving deeper into the community’s life.
You're invited: The first Tuesday of the month, at 6:00pm, to connect with other parishioners to nurture inner quiet, focus and re-center as well as engage the community, the world, and our Lord in prayer and praise. The group meets in the church.
The Order of the Daughters of the King
The Order of the Daughters of the King is a spiritual sisterhood of women dedicated to a life of Prayer, Service and Evangelism. The ‘Daughters’ meet monthly for worship, prayer and fellowship on the first Saturday.
Education for Ministry (EFM)
For those delving deeper into faith, Education for Ministry groups embark on a four-year journey studying the Hebrew Scriptures, the New Testament, Church History and Theological reflection. At various locations and times.
Join the women of the parish—all ages are welcomed—for in-depth conversation and spiritual growth and support. Meets the first Sunday of the month.
Network and ministry energetically and enthusiastically participates in the life of the community, educates about issues of sexual orientation, hosting such events as the recent viewing of the award-winning film, "For the Bible Tells Me So" and other community special events.
St. George’s is very intentional about supporting and caring for those who are unable to attend church. Fr. Norm is available for home communion and hospital and home visits.
Additionally, trained and licensed St. George’s Lay Eucharistic Visitors (LEVs) offer regular Sunday and midweek communion at several assisted living residences in the area, including: the Covington (Aliso Viejo); the Regency (Laguna Woods); and Freedom Village (Lake Forest).
Home communion at the Rossmoor Towers: A group of residents of Rossmoor Towers in Laguna Woods gathers the third Thursday of each month for a service of home communion, followed by lunch.
The best of pastoral care is experienced through involvement in long-term, committed relationships via one of the many small group ministries available at St. George’s.
The Episcopal Church offers baptism to everyone at any age and considers it once, forever, irrevocable. Preparation for Baptism is offered by the clergy.
There are four principal days we baptize: the Easter Vigil, the Day of Pentecost, All Saints Day, and the Feast of the Baptism of Jesus. If interested in baptism, call the church office or speak to
Fr. Norm at 949-837-4530, ext. 255
If you are interested in reception, call the church office or speak to
Bob Wilson at 949-837-4530, ext. 500