The Episcopal Church Women (ECW) is a national Episcopal organization that helps the women of the Episcopal Church carry on Christ's work of reconciliation in the world and take their place as leaders in the life, governance and worship of the church. It is formed, and serves, women of all ages, ethnic origins, and socio-economic backgrounds in the Episcopal Church. The ECW offers programs and opportunities in spiritual growth and nourishment, fellowship, education, leadership and skills training, focus for mission, service, social action and advocacy, heightened awareness, ecumenism and a world wide network.
For more information about meeting times and the work of St. George's ECW, please contact Debbie Shumans.
To learn more about the ministries of The Episcopal Church Women (ECW), visit: www.nationalecw.org
The Episcopal Church Women meet on the second Saturday of every month at 10 a.m.
St. George's Epicopal Church Women honor a long time commitment to UTO. The Mission of the United Thank Offering is to expand the circle of thankful people. To achieve this mission, they encourage daily prayers, offerings and awareness of the abundance of God's blessings. http://www.episcopalchurch.org/uto/
Our Little Roses
St. George's Episcopal Church Women honor a long time commitment to Our Little Roses Ministries. Ministerios Nuestras Pequenas Rosas, as it is called in Spanish, maintains this central focus of working to rescue and transform the lives of homeless girls and has expanded to encompass several interrelated ministries within the larger community. These extended ministries include health and dental clinics, a housing project for poor single mothers with a literacy program, a community bilingual school, retreat center, Jubilee Center for justice issues, a bed and breakfast hostel and hospitality house. http://www.ourlittleroses.org