Sunday Adult Bible Study - 8:45-9:15 AM

Sunday Holy Eucharist & Sunday School 5th Grade & Under - 9:30 to 10:30 AM


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St.George's Episcopal Church

We are Middlebury's Episcopal Church.

Our doors are open to all

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St. Georges is seeking a Part-Time Organist/Adult Choir Director! 

This exciting position includes Sunday service and one (1) hour of rehearsal​ per week. If you are interested, or have a friend that might be, you equipment will be Moller Pipe Organ and a group of talented and energetic choir singers! 

Email your CV to and put "Organist Position" in the Subject line.

CV can be mailed to St. Georges Church, P.O. Box 162 Middlebury, CT 06762 Attn: Organist 

March/April Announcements:

  • Palm Sunday is April 2, 2023. Service begins at 9:15AM.
  • Children's Easter Egg Hunt for ages 10 and younger is on April 2, 2023 following mass.
  • Important additional Lent and Easter dates to note!
    • ​April 3-5 - 6:00PM is evening prayer in the Sanctuary
    • April 6 - 6:30PM Stations of the Cross
    • April 6 - 7:00PM is Maundy Thursday Eucharist with Choir 
    • April 7 - 7:00PM is Good Friday Service with Choir 
    • April 9 - 9:15AM Easter Service

  • Weekly Lenten Book Club with supper, Feb 9 - March 30 on Thursdays at 6:30 PM at the church. RSVP @ to participate. Books provided to the first twenty who enroll!!


  • Children's Sunday School resumes through the spring 2023. If in need of nursery care, please call 203-217-4246 and speak to Barbara


  • Youth Sunday is back by popular demand! Pre-school and older are welcome to join us the first Sunday of every month. Regular Sunday school continues the rest of the month. 

Palm Sunday 2023

​​Palm Sunday (also called 'Passion Sunday') is a Christian holiday celebrated to

commemorate Jesus Christ’s triumphal entry into Jerusalem.

Taking place two days before the last supper, Palm Sunday is a very important holiday in Christianity, as it marks the beginning of ‘Passion’ — the final events of Jesus’s life, including

his death and resurrection on Easter Sunday.

Jesus’ triumphal entry into Jerusalem was preceded by him raising Lazarus from the

dead, causing a large crowd to believe in his claim as the Messiah. 

Jesus sent two disciples to obtain the donkey he then rode into town.

As he descended from the Mount of Olives, the crowds that had gathered for a feast laid

down their clothes as well as palm leaves from palm trees, welcoming him to

Jerusalem with royal enthusiasm.

As he rode, the admiring crowd shouted various words of praise, including “Hosanna!”

(Hebrew for ‘save us’) and “Blessed is he who comes in the name of the lord!” 

Adding to its significance, this event was prophesied in Zechariah 9:9 in the
Old Testament: 

"See, your king comes to you, righteous and victorious, lowly and riding

on a donkey, on a colt, the foal of a donkey."

(See below for the Holy Week schedule)