We think the best way to see people Come Alive and to bless the city is to imitate Jesus. Throughout his life we see a pattern: The three great loves of Jesus. Jesus loved his Father, loved the family he formed and loved a hurting world.

Loving God

Jesus lived a life secure in the knowledge that his Father loved him. At his baptism, the Spirit descended on him and declared:

‘you are my Son, whom I love; with you I am well pleased’
Luke 3:22, The Bible

Faith in Jesus is about endlessly discovering how much God loves us.

Loving each other

Jesus lived his life with others. People from all kinds of backgrounds and stories came together around Jesus and were formed into a family. At St. George’s we are one big family. All ages gather throughout the day on Sundays to worship, pray and hear from the Bible. Throughout the week we meet in Groups and Clusters, sharing life and exploring together what it means to follow Jesus today.

Loving our hurting world

Jesus lived his life for a hurting world. He sat for dinner with sinners, touched the untouchable, healed the sick, comforted those in need and spoke about a welcome home for those furthest away. In him, every kind of hurt can be made well. In his death and resurrection, he demonstrates and declares a love that outruns every kind of hurt. We are called to imitate him and demonstrate this love to our world.