- ABOUT -
We identify as mere Christians whose single most identity is that of being followers of Jesus Christ, placing total trust in Him and His reconciling work done by the cross and granted by the resurrection. In many ways we are simply Christians in a missionary work in the USA.
Mission Statement: The mission of St. George’s Church is to know Christ as our Lord and Savior and through the power of the Holy Spirit, to love Him, serve Him, and witness His love to the world
Our Vision: To see people spiritually complete in Christ having identified, connected with, and developed towards full community in the Lord’s church. In a word, we see the intent behind all that we do as helping people, no matter where they are in their spiritual journey, to become “complete” in Christ. ("We proclaim Him, admonishing every man and teaching every man with all wisdom, so that we may present every man complete in Christ,” Col. 1:28)
The Rev. Marc Steele graduated from Trinity International University in 2017, he was ordained to the diaconate by Bishop Julian Dobbs in 2018 and the priesthood in 2020.
Father Marc served as the Assistant Pastor at Church of the Holy Trinity in Syracuse, New York, for 2 years. He has worked in leadership roles in the church for most of his adult life.
Father Marc with his family work together to serve the congregations, in which God places them, to encourage the church and spread the gospel. Father Marc is happy to call Helmetta his new home.
The Rev. Greg Ventura serves as a Vocational Deacon for St. George's Anglican Church.
Rev. Ventura is married to Sharon. They have one son, Gideon and a daughter, Tabitha.
Please enjoy his blog on our page by clicking here.
- OUR TEAM -
- RESOURCES -
We are a Church in the global Anglican Communion. We began our great adventure in the new American Anglican movement as a missionary endeavor from the Church of Nigeria (Anglican) who began receiving former Episcopal churches into its missionary diocese. We have moved on to be part of the Diocese of the Living Word, a diocese of the Anglican Church in America (ACNA).