The Rev. Susan Louttit-Hardaway
Rev. Susan leads our worship on Sundays and Wednesdays. She offers Bible Study and book study during the week. In her sabbath time she loves to garden and bake bread.
Director of Comminications & Membership
Sally creates all communication with parishioners. This includes creating the service bulletins and monthly newsletters. She creates social media content and designs and maintains the website as well as managing membership records.
Organist and Choir Director
Joel leads the congregational music including traditional hymns and service music on the organ and piano. He also incorporates some of his original musical compositions into our worship. He is helping to train and establish a small but growing choir of people who love to sing.
Credit: Anderson Independent-Mail
The granddaddy of all Anderson-area oyster roasts - the annual St. George Episcopal Church Oyster Roast - will be held, rain or shine, the last Saturday of January, 2:00 to 4:30 p.m., at the Civic Center of Anderson.
Over the years, this event has raised more than $220,000 to benefit local charities and non-profits. Regular tickets to the roast are $35 and are limited.
Some patrons may wish to order tickets to the St. George’s Society Party. Those attending this party arrive at 1 p.m. for the first oysters, as well as boiled shrimp, premium beverages, personal waiters and a commemorative gift. Tickets to the St. George Society Party are very limited and are available for $75.
Advance tickets are required. No tickets sold at the door. To order tickets, , please contact St. George’s Church office 224-1104 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information: www.stgeorgesanderson.org.
There are lots of ways to get involved at St. George’s. Come visit us on a Sunday and learn more about the exciting things God is doing here in and through the church family of St. George’s.