In co-operation with the Royal Society of St. George and other organizations we are developing an educational programme, called ‘Facets of St. George’ which uses different aspects of St. George – man, saint, and myth – as a tool for exploring history, chivalry, and the value of legend and storytelling, and putting these in a modern context.

Facets of St. George is intended to be used as a training/educational/promotional aid – a joint address by the Royal Society and the Order to a church group, for example, might emphasize George’s patronage of England and his historical links to the persecuted church – and encourage the participants to support humanitarian aid in the Middle East, while a talk to a school might focus on the mythology of slaying the dragon, and what relevance the symbolism of such stories has to today’s society.

Please contact us if you would like to be involved in this work.