Youth Group

Our youth and young adults ministry encourages them to become involved and active members in the wider community. Fun, faith, and social justice are at the heart of our programming.

They meet on Sunday mornings for faith formation, and during the week meet for various activities ranging from scavenger hunts and bowling, to preparing food and serving at Out of the Cold dinners in the Etobicoke area, and other outreach activities such as the Dorothy Ley Hospice Bed Race.

To learn more about getting involved, contact our youth leader at youth@stgeorgesonthehill.ca

To register for the Youth Group please click here to fill out our Youth Group Registration Form

Tutoring

St. George’s runs a tutoring program called the Etobicoke Learning Cooperative. Whether you need help with a school subject, or want to offer help to others, you are always welcome to participate.

Virtual Events

Stay tuned to this page for information about the latest Youth Group events and activities. Please note this information is being updated for 2020-2021

 

Special Events St. George's - July 11, 2021

PRIDE 2021 for Families - Drag Queen Story Time - "Something Happened in Our Town"

As we bring Pride Month 2021 to a close St. George's on-the-Hill is sharing a few more opportunities and content from our community celebrating Pride.

This Sunday we hope you'll join us in watching episodes of Drag Queen Storytime - a continuing series for children and families featuring Lucy Flawless as they share children's stories that include messages of inclusion, hope and social justice.

Today's story is "Something Happened In Our Town - A Child's Story about Racial Injustice"

This event has been made possible by the talented Lucy Flawless, the Clarington Public Library, Youth Pride Durham and Durham Children's Aid Society!

AND THAT'S NOT ALL!!!
WE WANT YOU TO SHOW US HOW YOU SHARED YOUR PRIDE THIS YEAR!

Your Craft Challenge for this week is to paint rocks that represent pride. We are creating a pride rock garden at St. George's. Paint your rocks in bright colours, as rainbows, as pride flags or as flags that represent your unique you! When you're done send us a picture of your creations to: https://stgeorgesonthehill.ca/share-pride

Drop off your rocks at St. George's outside the church office. We're creating a Rainbow Rock Garden at the church!

From Series: "Messy Church"

Toronto Drag Queen Story Time

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Special Events St. George's - July 11, 2021

PRIDE 2021 for Families - Drag Queen Story Time - "Something Happened in Our Town"

As we bring Pride Month 2021 to a close St. George's on-the-Hill is sharing a few more opportunities and content from our community celebrating Pride.

This Sunday we hope you'll join us in watching episodes of Drag Queen Storytime - a continuing series for children and families featuring Lucy Flawless as they share children's stories that include messages of inclusion, hope and social justice.

Today's story is "Something Happened In Our Town - A Child's Story about Racial Injustice"

This event has been made possible by the talented Lucy Flawless, the Clarington Public Library, Youth Pride Durham and Durham Children's Aid Society!

AND THAT'S NOT ALL!!!
WE WANT YOU TO SHOW US HOW YOU SHARED YOUR PRIDE THIS YEAR!

Your Craft Challenge for this week is to paint rocks that represent pride. We are creating a pride rock garden at St. George's. Paint your rocks in bright colours, as rainbows, as pride flags or as flags that represent your unique you! When you're done send us a picture of your creations to: https://stgeorgesonthehill.ca/share-pride

Drop off your rocks at St. George's outside the church office. We're creating a Rainbow Rock Garden at the church!

From Series: "Messy Church"

Toronto Drag Queen Story Time

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