Preschool and Kindergarten students discussing the love of Jesus.

Welcome to the St. George Religious Education Program

As a direct ministry of the Church, the mission of the Sunday School Program is to teach the children of our parish, ages three through twelfth grade, about Jesus Christ through the blessings and fullness of our Orthodox Faith by offering programs and events throughout the calendar year.

The members of the Sunday School family are always looking forward to sharing this rewarding and awesome experience with all of our children. There are several ways for parents to help volunteer throughout the year as well.

A light snack is provided to all children before entering Sunday School class.

Below please find links and information to help you learn more about this important branch of our Church.

If you have any questions, please email the director, Kristen E. T. Cline, and put Sunday School in the subject line.

Kalo Pascha Everyone!

Fr. Andrew blesses the students' backpacks to help kick off the new school year. September 2018

Participants in the 2018 Holy Friday Retreat help to prepare the baskets for the evening service.

Upcoming Events

April 28: Pascha (no Sunday School)

May 5: Mission Boxes Due

May 12: Mother's Day

May 26: GOYA Olympics (no Sunday School)

June 2: Sunday School Graduation

VBS: To Be Announced!



Our Vision

That all people may come to know the saving love of our Lord: Father, Son and Holy Spirit.

Our Values

  1. We value proclaiming and witnessing Christ to all people with priority given to those who have never heard or accepted the Gospel.
  2. We value sharing the love of Christ for the care of the total person – spiritual and physical.
  3. We value ministry in the language and culture of the people.
  4. We value our people – well-trained Missionaries, Staff, Board, Supporters, Indigenous Leadership and those being served.
  5. We value communities, parishes, and individuals that are mission-minded and have active mission involvement.
  6. We value being an open and transparent agency that values the gifts of stewardship provided to us by the faithful.

Learn Something New

Orthodox Christian Mission Boxes

Due May 5

The Great Commission (Matthew 28:19-20)

Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you. And surely I am with you always, to the very end of the age.

Our Mission

As the official missions agency of the Assembly of Canonical Orthodox Bishops of the United States it is OCMC's mission to make disciples of all nations by bringing people to Christ and His Church.

Read More Here

Check Out Pictures from Our Exciting Previous Events

Director Kristen Cline, Judge Costantina Koulosousas, Participants Rafaella Lambrinos and Marilena Iosifides, Judge Katelyn Regan, and Oratorical Committee Chair/MC Paul Koutouzakis

Oratorical 2019

Students participated in the annual Nativity Pageant celebrating the birth of our Lord. December 2018

Iconographer George Giariskanis spoke to the Greek School and Sunday School students after the completion of the iconography in the chapel. December 2018.

Vacation Bible School took place over three Sundays during the Summer of 2018. Students were taught about the live of the Panagia, St. Helen finding the True Cross, and how we can use icons, candles, and incense to help us focus in prayer.


At the Holy Friday Retreat, students learned the importance of Holy Week, various hymns, and prepared glass candle holders to take home the Light of the Resurrection.

With the help of the GOYA overnight retreat and even the youngest among us, over 1,500 crosses were made for Palm Sunday 2018.

Oratorical Festival

Join Us Next Year!

St. George has a great history of participating in the Oratorical Festival. All students are encouraged to participate in that tradition. Please click on the link above for more information, registration, etc.

Oratorical Participants, Spring 2018.