Wednesday, October 11, 2006


St George, Owen Sound, Ontario

St George, Owen Sound, OntarioSaint George's Church, designed by Toronto architect M. B. Aylesford, was opened and dedicated by Bishop Hellmuth on August 7th, 1881. The church was constructed of stone ashlar in the Gothic style, it had a seating capacity of 500 and featured a tower entrance surmounted by a 142 foot spire. Several renovations have taken place including adding a new narthex entrance and another bay to the west end of the nave.

Next Tuesday, October 17 there will be a postulancy information night. It is for all those who are interested in learning about the Postulancy process, (What does it mean to journey toward ordination to the priesthood?) or about attending Huron University College seminary program, or about the role of parish priest are welcome to attend this information night. Family and friends also welcome.

Further information nights are on November 1 at Christ Church, Chatham; November 6 at Trinity Church, Simcoe; December 4 at St James, Stratford. All Sessions are 6:30pm - 8:00pm.