St. George's Anglican Church is a Christian establishment located in Burlington, Ontario that focuses on Jesus Christ's teachings and the power of prayer. As of 2015, the church has a traditional worship service and a primary worship service on Sunday mornings, both of which can be viewed live online.
St. George's also offers several Sunday school classes and nursery service during the primary worship service for children. The youth are encouraged to partake in young adult activities under the guidance of the youth pastor. Small group activities that don't occur in the brick and mortar church building but in individual homes are Bible study and group prayers. Individuals can consult St. George's Centre, an online resource that melds gospel principles with academic studies such as economics and science.
St. George's is a result of the English Reformation in the 1500s that gave rise to Protestantization. Reverend Robert Addison came along in 1792 as a Protestant minister and established a following in Niagara-On-The-Lake. By 1796, the fledgling church met in a community church building in Burgoyne Bridge and continued to grow through the next two centuries. There are St. George's Anglican Church congregations throughout Canada and the United States, with some European locations such as Madrid, Spain and Venice, Italy.