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Virtual Chapter Meeting

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Saturday 6 March at 13:00 EST (Atlanta); 18:00 GMT (London) Join this event via Zoom Alternative log-in options. Download a PDF of this Order of Service PLEASE NOTE THAT REGALIA SHOULD BE WORN FOR THIS EVENT Officers (OStG) please wear your neck jewel with black ribbon. The neck jewel with black ribbon is also the […]

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Mardi Gras

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Carnival time came to the Order in February with our virtual Mardi Gras and Valentine’s Day Masked Ball. Visit our Mardi Gras page here or see the article in Called to Order for more information.

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Our next Zoom meeting

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Our next scheduled Zoom meeting is our Virtual Chapter Meeting. This will be held on Saturday 6 March 2021 at 13:00 EST (Atlanta) / 18:00 GMT (London). Please click here to join the Virtual Chapter Meeting If this link does not work, please cut and paste the whole of the link below into your browser.  […]

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The Order of St. George Educational Scholarship Fund

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The Order of St. George Educational Scholarship Fund aims to help eliminate educational poverty in Tanzania by providing young women a way to escape from Gender Based Violence, complete their education and become productive citizens of Tanzania. Many young girls are affected by various forms of Gender Based Violence just because they were born female. […]

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St. George’s Day greeting cards

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The Order’s St. George’s Day Greeting Card. Send your friends your best wishes on St. George’s Day (23 April) with our new greetings card A6 size. (4.1″ x 5.8″) The image is a 15th century icon of St. George and the dragon from the Kingdom of Georgia. The message is “St.George’s Day Greetings!” Rear cover […]

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About Saint George

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Stories of Saint George, the patron saint of chivalry, have been recounted in many lands for seventeen centuries. It is believed that the historical figure of George was born in Cappadocia (present-day Turkey) around AD 280. He enlisted in the Roman army under the emperor Diocletian and soon exhibited skills sufficient to warrant promotion to […]

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Celebrating 700 years

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“The first (of the chivalric Orders) was probably the Order of St.George … It was a brotherly union of knights who swore to defend the realm and protect the king, and to follow him in ‘pastimes and knightly sports’ – doubtless a reference to tournaments they contested.” Knights & the Golden Age of Chivalry page […]

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Helping Armenians rebuild

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Above: Our Patron, Baroness Caroline Cox, GCStG, left, with patients and staff at the Lady Cox Rehabilitation Centre during a visit in 2019. We are helping the Armenian people rebuild their lives following the recent devastating war with Azerbaijan, by supporting the work of the The Lady Cox Rehabilitation Centre in Stepanakert, Nagorno-Karabakh. Named after […]